Thomas J. Gleason
Tom Gleason is the Vice President - Public Relations for Forest City Stapleton, Inc.
Prior to joining Forest City Stapleton, Inc., Mr. Gleason served as the Director of Governmental Relations and Communications for the Stapleton Development Corporation, a 401C-3 organization. He is also the former Deputy Director of the Denver Metropolitan Major League Baseball Stadium District, which financed, designed, constructed and leased Coors Field, the home of the Colorado Rockies.
From 1986 to 1991, Mr. Gleason was the press secretary for Denver Mayor Federico Pena. He later served in the same capacity during the early transitional months of Mayor Wellington E. Webb’s first term in office. Mr. Gleason’s experience in the public sector includes eight years as the press secretary for Gary Hart, Colorado’s former United States Senator.
Tom Gleason currently serves on the boards of the Stapleton Foundation for Sustainable Urban Communities and the Gold Crown Foundation, which provides athletic and enrichment programs for young people. He is also a member of the Board of the Denver Language School.
Mr. Gleason is a 1973 graduate of the University of Colorado. He and his wife Veronica have a son, Patrick, currently the manager of media and public relations for the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League, and a daughter, Kathleen, a graduate student at Loyola University in Chicago.