Matthew Autterson is no stranger to the Denver, Colorado area. Not only is he a successful business leader, he also has various philanthropic leadership roles he is very passionate about. In 1980, Matthew Autterson graduation from Michigan State University with a bachelor’s degree in finance. Subsequently, he attended a graduate program at the University of Denver for taxes. After receiving his degrees, he took his first step into his chosen field at First Trust Corporation, which is a subsidiary of Fisery.
In 1982, Autterson helped a team to create a Colorado-based trust company as a subsidiary of Resources, Inc, which was located in New York. By 1986, Mr. Autterson had become president of the Resources Trust Company, which has since been acquired by AIG.
Matthew Autterson is now a member of Falci Adaptive Biosystem’s (FAB) board of directors. This is not surprising, given his drive to help those around him. One facet of FAB is their goals to increase mobility for those who have paralysis or other physical disabilities which inhibit their daily lives. While FAB deals with finding adaptive technologies to help people, Matthew Autterson does not stop there. He is also CEO and President of CNS Bioscience. Click Here to learn more.
CNS Bioscience develops drugs which focus on neuropathic pain. Mr. Matthew Autterson hopes to use his astute business sense and knowledge to help CNS Bioscience to achieve the most it can and to help as many people as possible. Mr. Autterson has also been involved with the Denver Hospice as a board member, giving him a unique insight into the importance of FAB’s and CNS’ goals.
Another organization which Matthew Autterson has taken interest in is the Denver Zoo. He has been on the zoo’s board of directors, as well as the board of the Denver Zoological Foundation. He has been key in fundraising efforts, bringing in $50,000 worth of sponsors in 2000, a record for the Zoo. Matthew Autterson is supporting the zoo and its goals. Mr. Autterson is also on the board for the Webb-Waring Foundation and was once a member of the World Presidents Organization and the Young Presidents Organization.