Marcel Reece, other executives no longer with Raiders
Marcel Reece, a senior vice president, chief strategy officer for the Raiders, has left the organization. He’s one of three people who left the front office recently.
Updated February 28, 2023 - 4:15 pm
Marcel Reece, a senior vice president, chief strategy officer for the Raiders, has resigned.
Reece, a former Raiders player, held various titles with the team after being hired in late 2020 as senior adviser to owner Mark Davis. He was a regular at Raiders community events.
Reece is one of three people to leave the team recently. Rosie Bone, senior vice president of public affairs, and Alan Diskin, the Raiders’ Foundation executive director, also are no longer with the organization. Bone leaves after 21 years with the Raiders.
Details on Bone’s and Diskin’s departures weren’t immediately available. The Raiders said in a statement they don’t comment on personnel matters.
The organization has undergone a number of changes in administration in the past year, including the firing of interim president Dan Ventrelle and the hiring of Sandra Douglass Morgan as team president. Morgan is the first Black woman president in NFL history.
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