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.