Matthew Autterson is a 1979 graduate of Michigan State University. After graduating with a bachelor’s degree in general finance he joined Resources Trust Company, an organization that he ended up staying with for almost 20 years. At the time this was a new trust company in the state of Colorado. Through hard work and helping this trust succeed he was given promotions. He led the company for many years as its president.
After Resources Trust Company was acquired by Fiserv, Matthew Autterson decided to leave this company and pursue other opportunities. Just a few months later he joined a privately-owned investment firm named GL3B Partners Limited, LLP. At this company he continues to invest assets in such investment opportunities as marketable securities, real estate, and in small business privately-held firms.
At CNS Biosciences, Inc., Matthew Autterson leads this company as its president and chief executive officer. He has been with this company since it was founded in July 2013. The company he leads is one that was founded in order to help those suffering from neuropathic pain. They develop drugs to alleviate this up through the clinical-stage.
For many years Matthew Autterson has been a fixture of Denver, Colorado’s philanthropic scene. For a decade he served the Denver Zoological Foundation as both the vice chairman of finance as well as a representative. One of his biggest successes occurred in June 2000 when he coordinated the second “Do at the Zoo” gala. The first “Do at the Zoo” had been attended by 325 people. Matthew Autterson, though, was able to attract 2,500 people to his event. He raised $600,000 for the Denver Zoo during this event which was used to buy a children’s carousel that has become a beloved part of the zoo ever since. Find Additional Information Here.
When not working, Matthew Autterson enjoys off-road racing. He once had the opportunity to be a member of a team that drove the 1,296-mile-long Baja 1000 in Mexico. They finished the race in pretty good time. The big thing that happened was that he and his team had to detour around a crashed helicopter. Both people on board had been killed in this accident, including a well-known drug cartel boss.