Matthew Autterson is presently the President, Chief Executive Office and a honored board member of CNS Bioscience, Inc. The company was founded in 2013 as a clinical-stage prescription medication development company that specialized on neuropathic pain. He’s spent many years of dedicated work and learning to get him to where he is. It began in 1980 when he graduated Michigan Street University with a Bachelors in Finance. He also attended the University of Denver Graduate Tax Program. After school his career path began at First Trust Corporation. In 1982 he left First Trust to pursue a growing team to contract a new Colorado State trust company. It developed to be a subsidiary of a financial services company called Integrated Resources Inc. out of New York. He moved onto join the Resources Trust Company in 1986.
He also is part of the Board of Directors of Falci Adaptive Biosystems. He is a respected leader in the business community in Colorado. He’s appreciated for his years of experience with the Denver Zoo, Denver Zoological Foundation, Denver Hospice and the Webb-Waring Foundation. He also formerly spent time as a member of the Young Presidents Organization as well as the World Presidents Organization.
Autterson and his daughter Madison participated on Team Kylberg, a five person team, for the Baja 1000. The extremely rugged 1,296 mile race in Mexico is completely off-road and difficult to maneuver. On top of the difficulty of the terrain, Team Kylberg had to bypass an unplanned helicopter crash that took the lives of two people. One of the two people who passed away was the boss of an infamous drug cartel in Mexico. After the race it was revealed that his body was robbed from the morgue. While stealing the body, between eight to ten vehicles full of armed gunmen participated in the snatching and took two police officer’s lives. While Autterson’s team bypassed the massive accident they managed to finish the Baja 1000 in forty-six hours and twenty-two minutes. They are proud to have completed the competition more than four hours ahead of Patrick Dempsey’s team, aka “Dr. McDreamy.” The race proved to be everything other than uneventful.
Whether Matter Autterson is out experiencing life to the fullest with his family or working to grow respected organizations and incorporations, he is always pushing forward looking towards further growth and success. He continually is setting the bar for excellence in his industries and personal life.