What is the thing that connects a drug company to the Denver Zoo? It is not the medicines that the zoo animals need from time to time, but it is the presence of a man at the top management of both companies. That man is Matthew Autterson, the President and CEO of CNS Bioscience, Inc., and also one of its board members. He is also a Board Member of the Denver Zoo. The first company is connected with his livelihood and the second company is the recipient of his charitable donations.
The drug company where Autterson is connected with deals with drugs in their clinical-stage of development. It was founded by Scott Falci in 2013. These drugs are used to alleviate neuropathic pain. Denver Zoo is located in Denver, Colorado. It was founded in 1896. The city of Denver owns the zoo and operates it with the funding from the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District and corporate and private individuals such as Autterson. Denver Zoo was 2016’s most popular attraction in Denver City. Refer to This Article for related information.
Autterson studied at State University in Michigan and in 1980 earned his B.A. in Finance. He went on to study at the University of Denver in its Graduate Tax Program. He then started his business career at a subsidiary of Fiserve, the First Trust Corporation. He left FTC in 1982 and started chartering the Colorado State, a chartered trust company with the help of a small team. This company is subsidized by Integrated Resources Inc., a New York-based company offering financial services. Matthew Autterson rose to become Resources Trust Company President in 1986. RTC was acquired in 1998 by Broad Inc., and became SunAmerica, Inc. AIG in turn, acquired SunAmerica in 1998 for the sum of $18 billion.
Autterson is also a board member of Falci Adaptive Biosystems. He represents FAB in the business community of Colorado. This is where Matthew Autterson’s philanthropic works are coursed through for many years as a leading board member of the Denver Zoological Foundation and the Denver Zoo. He is also the Board of Directors Chairman of Denver Hospice as well as a board member of the Webb-Waring Foundation. Autterson was also a former member of the World Presidents Organization and the Young Presidents Organization.
Sherri Kobel, an official of the Denver Zoo, said that the success experienced by the Denver Zoo can be attributed to Autterson. Apparently, his connections to the corporate world enabled a number of donations to the zoo, including one $50,000 title sponsor, six Premiere Sponsors worth $15,000 each, seven Benefactor Sponsors totaling $7,500 each and many Corporate Sponsors each donating $3,000. All these sums of money ending up in the coffers of the Denver Zoo will not be possible if Autterson was only paying lip service to his philanthropy works.