Amy Trask
Amy Trask
Team CEO

Amy Trask

"She advanced the cause of women in football tremendously." - Condoleezza Rice
Condoleezza Rice
by Condoleezza Rice

Amy Trask was the first-ever female CEO of an NFL team. She worked in the position with the Oakland Raiders from 1997 until 2013, and remains the only woman ever to have held the title. As a student at California-Berkeley, she began attending Raiders games, then later interned with the team while in law school. In 1987, she worked in the team’s legal department before joining the Raiders’ front office a decade later. She works today as a football analyst for CBS. Trask is a panelist on CBS Sports Network’s “We Need to Talk,” the first-ever sports TV talk show featuring an all-female cast, and is the author of “You Negotiate Like a Girl: Reflections on a Career in the National Football League.”

Condoleezza Rice
Condeleezza Rice was the United States Secretary of State from 2005 to 2009 and the national security advisor under President George W. Bush from 2001 to 2005. She is currently a professor at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and a senior fellow on public policy at the Hoover Institution. A Birmingham, Alabama native, Rice grew up watching Cleveland Browns games with her father, and became a fan. Rice, who’s been photographed proudly wearing a Browns jersey, in 2018 was speculated to be a candidate for Browns head coach, but the franchise denied the reports. “I’m not ready to coach,” Rice said in response, “but I would like to call a play or two next season if the Browns need ideas. And at no time will I call for a “prevent defense!”
Place of Birth:
Birmingham, AL
Preferred Team:
Cleveland Browns