Falci Adaptive Biosystems (FAB), a nonprofit in Colorado has experienced, dedicated, and altrustic Matthew Autterson as a current board member. FAB helps those with neuromotor disabilities. This nonprofit is committed to increasing and improving the ability for these neuromotor-disabled individuals’ interactions with their environment. In addition to undertaking the role working with FAB, this charitable businessman helped raise a record-breaking $600,000 to build a well-loved children’s carousel attraction at Denver’s Zoo during his part serving as corporate chairman there. Mr. Autterson brought in many greatly appreciated large and small contributions from his financial industry connections. Not only has he greatly contributed to the Denver Zoo, humanitarian Matthew Autterson also spent time assisting Denver Zoological Foundation and was Chairman of the Board of Directors of Denver Hospice. His benevolence does not stop there. He also has had ties to Webb-Waring Foundation, the Young Presidents Organization, and the World Presidents Organization.
Matthew Autterson philanthropic interests and efforts extend into his career where presently he is effectively serving as President and Chief Executive Officer of CNS Bioscience which deals in clinical-stage drug development focusing on neuropathic pain solutions. This advantageous career decision comes after over twenty-five years in many roles throughout the business and finance areas. Mr. Autterson has had employment with many well-respected companies such as First Trust Corporation, Resources Trust Company, SunAmerica, and AIG. First Trust Corporation, which is part of Fiserv was where Matthew started his financial career. From there, he became part of Resource Trust Company which was owned by Integrated Resources, Incorporate. These companies were acquired by SunAmerica, Inc. which in the end became known as part of AIG. Through all of this experience at one time he was esteemed president of one of the largest state charted financial institutions in the country. Matthew Autterson is a well-rounded business leader in the Colorado business community with a B.A. in Finance degree from Michigan State University graduating in 1980 and attendance of the University of Denver Tax Program. An unlikely adventurer, this business leader and philanthropist turned thrill-seeker when astonishingly he participated with his daughter on a team competing in and completing the Baja 1000 as well as remarkably completing the Zappos.com Las Vegas Marathon. View Additional Info Here.