Colorado State Names New Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations

Tim McCune, a member of the Denver World Trade Center board of directors since 1994, has been named the new director of Corporate and Foundation Relations at Colorado State University.

"Tim McCune is the ideal candidate for this key position," said Joyce Berry, vice president for Advancement and Strategic Initiatives at Colorado State. "His extensive business experience and personal commitment to building strong relationships will significantly enhance and expand Colorado State’s foundation and corporation partnerships."

McCune is also in the middle of his second three-year term on the Rocky Mountain District Export Council, a position appointed by the U.S. Secretary of Commerce. The Export Council is an Advisory Board to the U.S. Department of Commerce Export Assistance Center in Denver.

He has served on the Denver World Trade Center board since 1994 including two years as secretary. Through cooperative relationships and support services, the World Trade Center Denver and its members can access the resources of the world’s major trading centers for information, trade and business contacts and a wide variety of specialized international services.

McCune has a long history at the university, most recently as associate director of development in the College of Business. Previously, from 1983-1987, he served as a tenure-track assistant professor in construction management when it was in the Industrial Sciences Department in the former College of Professional Studies. During that time, he also served as assistant department chair and associate director of the Office of Research Development and Training.

McCune first began working with the World Trade Center in 1991 when his construction/project management company at the time, 2MS Inc., was invited to join a U.S. economic development group traveling to the Soviet Union.

He obtained his master’s of science in Construction Management from Colorado State in 1982. He received his bachelor’s degree in architecture from the University of New Mexico.