Adam Daurio, Esq.
Director of Administration
Temple Grandin Equine Center
B.S., Colorado State University
J.D., University of Wyoming
Adam Daurio is an accomplished executive director and attorney, with experience in, knowledge of, and passion for the equestrian, livestock and agricultural industries. From 2004 to 2010, Daurio’s legal practice included agricultural law, real estate and business law, general contracts, nonprofit organizations and western lifestyle consultation. From 2010 to 2014, Daurio was the executive director of a public charity that provided equine-assisted services and other educational experiences to individuals with special needs. In 2014, Daurio became the director of administration for Colorado State University’s Temple Grandin Equine Center.
Daurio received undergraduate degrees in agricultural extension and event management, and agricultural economics, from Colorado State University, and his Juris Doctor from the University of Wyoming Law School.
Adam Daurio’s philanthropic work includes volunteering as a board or committee member for PATH International, the Colorado State Fair Foundation, the Western Stock Show Association, and the American Quarter Horse Foundation.
Daurio’s hobbies include showing Quarter Horses in western all-around, reining and cowhorse events, as well as being an avid boot camp and CrossFit fitness participant. He lives in Parker, CO with his five-year-old twins, Caprice and Branton.