Michael Jorgensen is President and Partner of the Red Noland Auto Group. A graduate of Palmer High School in Colorado Springs, Mike earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting from Brigham Young University. Prior to joining the Red Noland Auto Group in 1992, Mike worked in public accounting as a CPA in Colorado Springs.

Mike is President of the Board of the Pikes Peak or Bust Foundation. In addition to the foundation, current board service includes the board of trustees of The Myron Stratton Home, The Colorado Thirty Group and The Palmer Land Conservancy. Mike has also chaired the boards of the Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce and EDC, Military Affairs Council of the Chamber and EDC, the Colorado Springs Conservatory and the Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo. Past board service includes the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Pikes Peak United Way and Goodwill Industries. In 2014 Mike was appointed by the Governor to The Colorado Motor Vehicle Dealer Board and served four years on that board.

In 2014 the Pikes Peak Range Riders awarded Mike the Silver Spur award for service and contributions to the community. He was also recognized as a Good Neighbor by Ft. Carson in 2018.

Mike and his wife Maureen have two sons and five grandchildren.