Terry Considine Elected to Colorado Christian University Board
Colorado businessman Terry Considine has been
elected to the Board of Trustees of Colorado Christian University, it
was announced today by William J. White, Chairman of the Board.
Considine has been active in business and community matters since his
graduation from Harvard College (1968) and Harvard Law School (1971). He
has led two IPOs and served five public companies as chairman/CEO. At
present, he is chairman/CEO of Apartment Investment and Management
Company, an NYSE and S&P 500 REIT, American Land Lease, also an
NYSE-listed REIT, and Considine Investment Company, a private firm which
has invested in real estate, venture capital, convenience stores, a CBS
television station, and environmental laboratories.
Long active in Colorado and national political circles, Considine played
a leading role in the nationwide effort to enact term limits for
government officials. He was twice elected to the Colorado Senate and
was the Republican candidate for the United States Senate in 1992. He is
a founding director of the Club for Growth.
Considine is also a director of The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation
(Milwaukee, Wisconsin) and the Considine Family Foundation, which makes
charitable grants primarily in support of education. In the past, he has
been a member of the Massachusetts Bar and the Young Presidents'
Terry and his wife, Betsy, live in Cherry Hills Village, Colorado. They
have been married for 31 years and have three children: Hollis (26),
Thalia (24), and Elizabeth (22). The Considines are members of Church of
the Risen Christ Roman Catholic Church in Denver.
"We are delighted that Terry Considine has agreed to join our board,"
commented Chairman White. "He brings vast experience and powerful
intellect to our board. He has a long and faithful commitment to our
Lord and is a role model of success in business and life."
CCU President Bill Armstrong agreed: "Terry is brilliant; he adds a
dimension of national leadership and keen analytical skill to the CCU
board; he is greatly admired, and for good reason. We are honored to
welcome Terry and Betsy Considine to the CCU family."