Former President and CEO | Piton Foundation
Terry Minger is a civic and nonprofit leader. He’s the former President and CEO of The Piton Foundation in Denver and former President of the Gary-Williams Foundation. Previously, Terry served as the President and CEO of the Center for Resource Management (CRM). He has served as President and CEO of Sundance Enterprises: a resort, ski area, international conference center, and film and fine arts community; as President, CEO, and developer of Whistler-Blackcomb Resort in British Columbia, Canada; as Deputy Chief of Staff to Colorado Governor Richard Lamm; as Assistant City Manager in Boulder, Colorado; and as City Manager of Vail, Colorado.
Serving as an advisor to many corporations, foundations, and governments, Minger has worked with the Adolph Coors Company, Walmart, DuPont, Procter & Gamble, Chevron, Sony, Ben & Jerry’s, CH2M Hill, King Soopers, Qwest, Verizon, AT&T, and more. He has also served as an advisor and consultant to the World Bank, the U.N. Environmental Program, Earth Summit, and as a member of President Clinton’s Council on Sustainable Development.
Minger has written two books on the impacts of growth and development in the Rocky Mountain West and another titled Greenhouse Glasnost, a discussion on the U.S. and Russia’s impact on global climate change. He is founder and honorary chairman of the Vail Symposium and part of the founding team of the Vail Alliance for Purposeful Living. Minger received a BA in History and Economics from Baker University, an MPA from the University of Kansas, and an MBA from the University of Colorado.