Chiefs name Madison Aponte as Norma Hunt Training Camp fellow

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The Chiefs debuted the Norma Hunt Training Camp Fellowship Program last offseason. The program, which is named after the matriarch of the team, is part of the Chiefs’ commitment to diversity and inclusion.

The positions are intended to expand NFL front office career opportunities for women by annually hiring female candidates into the club’s personnel department.

Madison Aponte and Ashley Smith were selected as the initial Norma Hunt fellows in 2021, and Aponte is back again.

The Chiefs announced the hiring of Aponte on their LinkedIn page.

The Penn State graduate will gain exposure in pro and college scouting, free agent tryouts, salary cap and contracts, team operations, player engagement and other departments within football operations.

Aponte joins Kunal Tanna, Anthony McGee and Jalen Myrick as player personnel assistants for the Chiefs.

5 responses to “Chiefs name Madison Aponte as Norma Hunt Training Camp fellow

  1. Used to a company would be sued for hiring candidates based solely on race and gender…. Shows how far backwards this world is willing to go.

  2. Has Jackson Mahommes created a dance move to celebrate this appointment?

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