Scott Reiman is the founder and CEO of the Denver-based private equity firm Hexagon. He is also president Hexagon’s non-profit organization, the Reiman Foundation, and actively supports a number of other deserving organizations and initiatives that benefit the arts, education, healthcare, and children’s programs.
Reiman serves on the Board of Trustees for the University of Denver, Graland Country Day School, Denver Art Museum, and ACE Scholarships, as well as the Rocky Mountain Public Broadcasting Network’s Board of Directors. He was also a founding board member of the Denver Scholarship Foundation.
As CEO and founder of Hexagon, a Denver-based private investment company, Scott Reiman has a long and established history of business leadership as well. In 1998, Hexagon received the Downtown Denver Partnership’s 38th Annual Award for the redevelopment of Larimer Square and other parts of Lower Downtown. Reiman is also one of two founding sponsors of the Denver business leadership organization, the Quarterly Forum.
Learn more out more about the important work and charitable contributions of Scott Reiman:
- Denver Art Museum, Free for Kids Program
- John Lynch Foundation, Salute the Stars
- University of Denver, Reiman School of Finance
- Graland Country Day School
- ACE Scholarships
- Resource Area For Teaching (RAFT) Upcycle