The Las Vegas Raiders have made a landmark hiring by naming Sandra Douglass Morgan as team president.

The team announced the hiring in a news conference on Thursday shortly after a report from the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s Mick Akers. She is the first Black woman to serve as a team president in NFL history.

“It’s my honor to be here today as the newest member of the Raiders family,” Douglass Morgan said while sitting alongside team owner Mark Davis. “It’s the honor of a lifetime to serve as president of this organization.”