Invest in what lasts: Scott Reiman’s commitment to civic involvement.
For Hexagon CEO, Scott Reiman, it’s all about investing for the future. Scott recently sat down with the ACE Scholarships team to talk about his long-time support of and involvement with the Colorado non-profit focused on low-income scholarships and school choice programs.
“What we love about ACE is that the model is right,” Scott Reiman said. “ACE lends a hand, but more importantly they put entire families in a position to succeed because the parents have skin in the game.”
From his early investments in Denver real estate to his support of ACE Scholarships, and myriad projects in between, the motivation is the same: invest in what works and in what lasts.
Denver, Colo. (September 17, 2014) – Rocky Mountain Public Broadcasting Network, which includes Rocky Mountain PBS, KUVO jazz public radio, and I-News, is proud to welcome Scott Reiman to its Board of Directors. A highly respected Colorado businessman and longtime civic leader, Scott Reiman’s professional and philanthropic skills will be a tremendous asset to Rocky Mountain Public Broadcasting Network.
“It’s a pleasure to welcome such a talented executive and respected individual to our leadership team,” said Doug Price, CEO of Rocky Mountain Public Broadcasting Network. “Scott Reiman’s business acumen and lifelong commitment to giving back to a multitude of arts and education efforts will be instrumental in shaping the future direction of our organization.”
Scott Reiman is the founder and CEO of Colorado-based Hexagon. A private equity firm with offices in Denver and Milwaukee, Hexagon manages a balanced portfolio of investments across a variety of industry sectors. Under Scott Reiman’s leadership, Hexagon’s executive team has facilitated the development of some of downtown Denver’s most visible real estate.
Scott Reiman also serves as the president of the Reiman Foundation. Since 1986, the Reiman Foundation has supported the courage and dedication of those working to improve the quality of life in many different communities. Scott and the Reiman Foundation primarily focus on children’s initiatives, education, health care and the arts.
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