FRONT OFFICE STAFF
FRONT OFFICE STAFF
Chairman and CEO
Clark Hunt has been involved in the leadership of the Kansas City Chiefs for nearly two decades and currently serves as the club’s Chairman and CEO.
Hunt has been the driving force behind the resurgence of the Chiefs, transforming the iconic franchise into one of the most successful teams in the National Football League over the last decade. Since taking over as CEO in 2010, the Chiefs have earned five AFC West Division Championships, seven playoff appearances and back-to-back trips to the AFC Championship Game. Following the 2019 season, for the first time in club history, Hunt hoisted the award bearing his father’s name – the Lamar Hunt Trophy – given to the champions of the AFC. The team advanced to Super Bowl LIV, the franchise's third NFL title game appearance and the first under Hunt's leadership, overcoming a 10-point fourth-quarter deficit to claim a 31-20 win over the San Francisco 49ers en route to earning the club's second Lombardi Trophy as World Champions.
Entering his 22nd season in the National Football League and his 12th season in Kansas City in 2020, Mark Donovan was named the fifth president in Chiefs history in January 2011 after serving two years as the club’s chief operating officer. As president, Donovan is responsible for all aspects of the club’s business operations and reports directly to Chairman and CEO Clark Hunt.
Andy Reid enters his eighth season at the helm of the Chiefs in 2020. He was hired as the club’s 13th head coach in franchise history on January 7, 2013. Entering his 22nd season as an NFL head coach, Reid adds Super Bowl champion to his resume after he led his squad to a 31-20 come-from-behind win in Super Bowl LIV. He owns a 207-128-1 regular season record and adds a 15-14 postseason record, giving him 222 total wins, which rank sixth in NFL history and just second among active head coaches, trailing only New England Head Coach Bill Belichick. Reid joined the Chiefs after 14 seasons as Head Coach/Executive Vice President of Football Operations of the Philadelphia Eagles where he compiled a 130-93-1 (.583) regular season record. Including his years as an assistant coach, Reid’s teams have made the playoffs 21 times (24-18 record), and he has coached in four Super Bowls and 10 Championship Games (8 NFC, 2 AFC). He owns three NFL Coach of the Year titles.
Brett Veach enters his fourth season as the Kansas City Chiefs General Manager and his 14th year in the National Football League in 2020. Veach was named the eighth general manager in Kansas City Chiefs history on July 10, 2017, reporting directly to Chiefs Chairman and CEO Clark Hunt on all player personnel matters. Prior to being elevated to General Manager, Veach served as Co-Director of Player Personnel for two seasons.