Reiman Emerging Leader Scholarship awarded to DU grad

2015 Scott Reiman Emerging Leader Scholarship Award Recipient, Ariel Cheng

2015 Scott Reiman Emerging Leader Scholarship winner and DU graduate Ariel Cheng. Photo courtesy of Ariel Cheng.

Ariel Cheng is on a mission to stop the stigma that surrounds mental health.

As one of the founders of the University of Denver’s Mind Club, Cheng helps raise awareness of this issue among her peers and the community. She also partners with local organizations to give those suffering with mental illness, a voice.

Her exceptional leadership and community involvement has earned Cheng the 2015 Scott Reiman Emerging Leader Scholarship.

Each year, the Quarterly Forum awards the scholarship to an outstanding DU student. The forum, comprised of Denver community leaders, including Scott Reiman, supports young leaders throughout Colorado.

The scholarship recipient receives $10,000 towards financial support in hopes to help students overcome any obstacles that arise during college.

Cheng graduated in May with a degree international studies and plans to take a year off before attending law school.

As namesake for the scholarship, Scott Reiman is dedicated to recognizing students like Cheng and seeing them succeed.

Quarterly Forum Celebrates Community Leaders

The holidays are a time of celebration and this year, the Quarterly Forum recognized Colorado leaders from business, non-profit, cultural and government organizations at its annual holiday event on Thursday, Dec. 10 at the ART hotel. Five recipients were bestowed with the inaugural Colorado Governors Citizenship Medal by Governor Hickenlooper.

As one of the forum’s founding sponsors, Scott Reiman supports the organization’s mission of building solid connections with the Denver business community.

As founder and CEO of Denver-based Hexagon, Reiman oversees a diversified investment firm with interests in private equity, energy, real estate and a number of other sectors.

‘Building Talent’ Focus of Quarterly Forum Discussion

Quarterly Forum Scott Reiman and Denver Broncos' John ElwayQuarterly Forum is hosting a “Building Talent” discussion on Thursday, Oct. 15, 2015. The program will focus on about what the best companies in Colorado are doing to build tomorrow’s leaders.

Scott Reiman is one of Quarterly Forum’s two founding sponsors, and has promoted the organization’s mission to build solid ties within the Denver business community.

A global leader within McKinsey & Company’s human capital practice, Ramesh Srinivasan, and QF Vanguard Member Dr. Jandel Allen-Davis, a member of Kaiser Permanente’s leadership team, will lead the discussion.

Other participants include:

  • David Chernow, CEO, Select Medical
  • Lt. Governor Joe Garcia, State of Colorado
  • Shelie Gustafson, Incoming CHRO, CH2M
  • Walter Isenberg, CEO, Sage Hospitality
  • David Miller, CEO, The Denver Foundation

The event will be held at University of Denver – Fritz Knoebel School of Hospitality Management, Joy Burns Center 2044 East Evans Avenue, 80208 Denver , CO.

Quarterly Forum is Working to Build Local Talent

This October, Quarterly Forum will host “Building Talent” breakfast as part of this season’s programming around building great things. The stellar guest speaker line-up includes:

  • David Chernow, CEO, Select Medical
  • Lt. Governor Joe Garcia, State of Colorado
  • Shelie Gustafson, Incoming CHRO, CH2M
  • Walter Isenberg, CEO, Sage Hospitality
  • David Miller, CEO, The Denver Foundation

Quarterly Forum has been serving as the premier leadership organization in Denver since 1999, providing opportunities for executives to connect and engage with peers around relevant trends in commerce.

As a member, Scott Reiman and Hexagon Inc. are proud to support the Quarterly Forum and its program and events.

Colorado’s Quarterly Forum Gives Local Executives Chance to Connect




Based in Colorado, Quarterly Forum is Denver’s premier organization for local executives and entrepreneurs looking to connect with their peers. Quarterly Forum provides members with a variety of invitation-only networking opportunities, ranging from quarterly breakfast meetings, for which the organization is named, to periodic small group events. Upcoming events include a program titled “Best of Colorado Politics,” a ski day, a women’s leadership dinner, and a small group discussion.

Moreover, the Denver organization hosts a holiday party and dinner each year. While all Quarterly Forum members are welcome to join the holiday celebrations, the yearly dinner is only open to those members who belong to the top two tiers of the organization and their significant others.

Quarterly Forum is led by chairwoman Carolyne Hyde and executive director Ryan Heckman, with support from sponsors Scott Reiman and Mike Fries. For more information on the organization, or to inquire about joining, visit
QuarterlyForum.org
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