In July of 2019, Peter was named Chief Communications and Business Affairs Officer for the United States Olympic & Paralympic Museum (USOPM) after serving as an executive on loan and Interim Chief Operating Officer since October of 2016. Peter works closely with the other members of the Executive Leadership Team and the Board of Directors and oversees the communications, marketing, and fundraising efforts for the USOPM.
Prior to joining the USOPM team, Peter was with El Pomar Foundation from 2003-2019. He began his career at El Pomar as intern and special assistant to the Chairman and CEO and in 2005 was selected to join El Pomar’s two-year leadership and professional development fellowship program. In 2007 he joined the senior staff team where he oversaw several community stewardship programs and managed El Pomar’s legacy properties that include Penrose House, the Will Rogers Shrine of the Sun and the Penrose Heritage Museum.
Peter has spent many years involved with amateur sport and has previously worked in support of The International Federation of University Sport (FISU), the United States Olympic Endowment, the Colorado Springs Sports Corporation, and various National Governing Bodies of Sport (NGBs).
Peter is actively engaged in various community activities as a member of the Board of Directors of Downtown Partnership, Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region (COPPeR), and Big Brothers Big Sisters Colorado.
Peter is a 2005 graduate of Colorado College where he studied history and political science and he received his MPA from The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs in 2014. Peter is a 2001 Boettcher Scholar and a Coca-Cola Scholar. Peter grew up in Colorado Springs and enjoys traveling, cooking, and the outdoors. Peter is married to Kate and they have two daughters; Elizabeth and Josephine.