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Mathew Autterson Professional Life and Community Service

Mathew Autterson graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelors in Administration in Finance in 1980. Mathew attended the University of Denver Graduate Tax Program. His career began at First Trust Corporation (FTC) whic was a subsidiary of Fiserv. Mathew Autterson stopped working for the FTC and joined a small team to initiate a new Colorado State Chartered company as a subsidiary of New York based financial services company.

Early 2001, Resources Trust Company (RTC) was bought by Fiserv from AIG, at the time of acquisation, Resource Trust Company (RTC) was the largest chartered insured-depository trust company in the country. The company offered custodial as well as depository services to its customers and had over 15,000 independent financial advisors.

Mathew Autterson serves in the Board of Directors of Falci Adaptive Biosystems popularly known as FAB. It is considered as one of the finest Colorado’s Business Community leader. FAB gives a great opportunity for Mathew to offer community services and philanthropic activities following his immense experience as a leader and the major leadership positions he has held with Denver Zoological Foundation. Mathew is a former active member of Young Presidents Organization and World Presidents Organizations.

Mathew is currently a Board member, CEO, and President of CNS Bioscience that began operations in 2013. The company is a clinical-stage development company focusing on neuropathic pain. They work towards helping other people with neuromotor disabilities and also expand their ability to control and interact with their environment.

Falci is a nonprofit organization that assists individuals with neuromotor impairment to increase their mobility. FAB works with leading medical centers in the country and engineering experts to move to these new technologies of adaptation and rehabilitation. The company uses Falci Adaptive Motorsports program, a racing platform to inspire the disabled that there is hope. These represent Mike’s current activities of philanthropy and community base after being on various animal foundation boards.

Early 2007, Mathew Autterson participated in the Baja 1000 Race in Mexico. He was with his daughter, Madison Autterson. His team finished in a record 46 hours, 22 minutes.

Mathew Autterson is a leader and philanthropists in Colorado Business Community. He has dedicated his life to finding technologies to help the disabled gain control in the environment they are in. He works hand in hand with physical therapists, wheelchair therapists, and recreational therapist to improve the lives of disabled. Mr. Autterson philanthropic interest goes beyond the treatment and dive into the daily lives of these patients to fully integrate them into the society that we live in.