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Co-Owner and Co-CEO
A self-made man and an entrepreneur at heart, Dan Snyder’s life is marked by an enduring passion for the people, the team and the community he loves.
Growing up in the D.C. area and attending Washington Commanders (then named the Redskins) games with his father, Gerald, his youth and young adulthood were shaped and inspired by his devotion to the team. Snyder has put his passion into action since purchasing the team in 1999, consistently leading the franchise to new prominence in the community, the business world and the National Football League. Under his leadership, the team has raised millions of dollars for charitable efforts and maintained its place in the top tier of the world’s most valuable sports franchises.
Co-Owner and Co-CEO
Tanya Snyder is Co-Owner and Co-CEO of the Washington Commanders. She has been an integral part of the executive team since Dan and Tanya Snyder acquired the team in 1999, spearheading the launch and continued commitment of the Washington Commanders Charitable Foundation and expanding her role over the years into various aspects of the organization. Since 2000, Tanya has led “the team behind the team” and guided social and community efforts across the organization. Under her stewardship, the Charitable Foundation has contributed more than $31 million to the local community and grown to impact more than 178,000 area youth each year.
In 2021, Tanya Snyder was named Co-CEO, becoming a catalyst for the evolution of the Washington Commanders into a franchise of the future. Under her leadership, the Commanders have undergone a cultural and business transformation that includes a new, innovative leadership team at the Senior Vice President level and above, as well as an organizational rebrand. The Commanders have assembled a best-in-class leadership team – the most diverse in the National Football League – with Tanya at the helm.
As President of the Washington Commanders, Jason Wright is responsible for leading the organization’s business divisions, including operations, finance, sales, and marketing. In addition to leading a historic transformation of a sports franchise, he is the first Black team president in the history of the NFL and currently is the youngest team president in the League. He is the fourth former NFL player to become president of a team.
Martin Mayhew enters his third season as General Manager of the Washington Commanders.
Mayhew joins Washington with 20 seasons of NFL experience as an executive, including eight seasons as the general manager of the Detroit Lions. He returns to the franchise that he played for from 1989-92 and was a member of the Super Bowl XXVI team.
Executive Vice President of Football/Player Personnel
Marty Hurney enters his third season as Executive Vice President of Football/Player Personnel for the Washington Commanders.
Hurney joins Washington with 30 seasons of NFL experience as an executive and will rejoin the franchise where he started his NFL career as a member of the team’s public relations department.
Senior Vice President Of Football Administration
Rob Rogers enters his fourth with the Washington Commanders in the role of Senior Vice President of Football Administration.