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. In January 2013, Hunt hired Head Coach Andy Reid and modified the leadership structure of the organization, announcing that for the first time in club history, the head coach, the general manager and the team president would all report directly to the Chairman and CEO. In the club’s past five seasons with Reid at the helm, the Chiefs have qualified for the playoffs four times and have won more games (53) than any other new coach in that amount of time in franchise history.
Entering his 21st season in the National Football League and his 11th season in Kansas City in 2019, 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 sixth season at the helm of the Chiefs in 2018. He was hired as the club’s 13th head coach in franchise history on January 7, 2013.
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. Entering his 20th season as an NFL head coach, Reid owns a 185-120-1 regular season record and adds an 11-13 postseason record, giving him 196 total wins, which rank ninth in NFL history and just second among active head coaches, trailing only New England Head Coach Bill Belichick.
Brett Veach was named the seventh general manager in Kansas City Chiefs history on July 10, 2017. Veach enters his second season as an NFL general manager and his 12th year in the National Football League. He reports directly to Chiefs Chairman and CEO Clark Hunt on all player personnel matters. Prior to being elevated, he served as the Chiefs Co-Director of Player Personnel for two seasons. At 40 years old, Veach remains the youngest general manager in the NFL.