Amy Adams Strunk

Chairman, Board of Directors


Amy Adams Strunk assumed the role of controlling owner of the team in March 2015. She also serves as the co-chairman of the franchise's Board of Directors.

In her time as controlling owner Strunk has transformed the franchise through her vision, commitment and decisions that have set the team on an ascending trajectory. She hired Jon Robinson as General Manager and Mike Vrabel as Head Coach, while installing Steve Underwood first and then Burke Nihill to the position of President/CEO. Additionally, she has annually committed significant resources to upgrade Nissan Stadium and the team's practice facility, Saint Thomas Sports Park. Strunk also continues to grow the administrative staff for the franchise with significant additions across all departments.

All those changes translated to success on the field as the Titans went from a three-win team in 2015, to posting five consecutive winning seasons, playoff berths in three of the last four years, a trip to the AFC Championship game in 2019 and a division title in 2020. It was the franchise's first division title since 2008, first appearance in the AFC Championship game since 2002, and the streak of five consecutive winning seasons is the longest in the "Titans era" (1999-present).

In the spring of 2018, she collaborated with Nashville city officials to secure the 2019 NFL Draft for downtown Nashville. By any measure, the 2019 NFL Draft was the most successful in NFL history, drawing a record 600,000 fans to downtown Nashville over the three-day event and setting television ratings records. The Draft resulted in $224 million in economic impact and $133 million in direct spending for the Tennessee economy, which were both NFL high-water marks. In June of 2019, Strunk was honored by the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame as the "Tennessean of the Year," for her role in bring the NFL Draft to Nashville and her work to transform the franchise into a consistent winner.

Three years ago, the Titans launched the "We Stand For" campaign, designed to bring attention to the causes that are important to the team's players, coaches and executives. In July 2019, Strunk presented $450,000 in grant funding to 10 local non-profit organizations to help aid their causes. Strunk also was a leader in the community following the tornado which struck Nashville and Middle Tennessee in 2020, stepping up to donate $1 million from the Titans Foundation to the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee to help those affected by the disaster.

In 2019, the team broke ground on a significant addition to Saint Thomas Sports Park, which doubles the facility footprint and will allow all departments to be under one roof, after spending many years spread out over multiple locations. Additionally, the team has refurbished a number of football areas that previously were untouched since the building opened in 1999.

One of the daughters of Titans franchise founder K.S. "Bud" Adams, Jr., Strunk was raised on football and is proud of her father's role in founding the American Football League as well as the decades of leadership he provided not only to the Titans franchise, but also to the National Football League. Her goal is to build upon that legacy and establish the Titans as one of the league's elite franchises.

An independent businesswoman for more than 30 years, Strunk is the owner and president of both Kenada Farms and the Little River Oil and Gas Company. She has been significantly involved in the family's farming and ranching businesses, including serving as the vice president of Bud Adams Ranches, Inc. These ventures provided her valuable knowledge about customer service as well as the opportunity to manage a diverse range of employees and business operations, and these experiences have shaped her management style.

"I believe in hiring good people and letting them do their jobs," said Strunk. "Everything should revolve around what's best for the Titans and not around the owner. While I talk frequently with the leaders of the Titans as I do with all of our family's companies, the people in our football operations need the control and latitude necessary to create an exciting and competitive team.

"Our business staff needs the same freedom in order for our organization to reach its full potential and to continue to create a first-class fan experience at Nissan Stadium. Decisions will always be made based on what is the best for the team to reach our goals of becoming one of the elite franchises of the NFL and enriching the communities of Nashville and Middle Tennessee.

"Nashville is one of the most dynamic and rapidly growing cities in the nation with a very promising future," said Strunk. "We are proud to be a part of Nashville and Middle Tennessee, and we want the Titans to be a leader in providing opportunities for people and businesses in the city and the region to achieve their dreams."

Engaged in the process of improving all aspects of the franchise, Strunk has the best interest of the football team and the fans on her mind as she makes her decisions. As evidence of that engagement, the Titans have become one of the best home teams in the NFL, posting a 25-11 home mark in the last 36 games leading into the 2021 season.

In 2016, Strunk was appointed to the NFL's Hall of Fame Committee. Her appointment continues a family legacy, as her father was a long-time member of the committee. Additionally, in 2017, Strunk was named to the Board of Trustees for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. In 2018, she added an appointment to the NFL's Super Bowl and Major Event Advisory Committee.

A graduate of the University of Texas with a degree in history, Strunk is an avid horse enthusiast whose other interests include farming, ranching, tennis and a variety of other outdoor activities. She also served as a volunteer coach of both the boys and girls varsity tennis teams at her daughter's high school.

Never one to turn down a challenge, during the 2017 offseason, Strunk accepted an invitation to skydive with members of the Army's Golden Knights to kick off draft week.

Strunk is married to her husband Bill. She has three children — Tracy, Tommy, and Blanche, who are all avid sports fans and outdoor enthusiasts.