A business and civic leader, Scott Reiman possesses more than two decades of experience in investment management. Scott Reiman serves as the Chairman & CEO of Hexagon, an investment firm that he founded in the early 1990s. Under his direction, Hexagon has developed a strong reputation in several different sectors, including marketable securities, oil and gas, venture capital, and real estate.
As Hexagon CEO, Scott Reiman has played an instrumental role in the success of several real estate projects in downtown Denver. With financing from Hexagon, Denver has added a number of new, exciting destinations, from Larimer Square to the Market Street Center, as well as luxury living spaces such as the Rocky Mountain Warehouse Lofts. In recognition of the company’s work, the Downtown Denver Partnership presented its 38th Annual Downtown Denver Award to Scott Reiman, who accepted it on behalf of Hexagon.
Scott Reiman relocated to Colorado from his hometown of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in the 1980s to study finance at the University of Denver. Since earning his degree, Reiman has maintained a strong commitment to philanthropy in the greater Denver metropolitan area. Together with his wife, he has contributed to the Children’s Hospital Gala for several years and previously chaired the event. He also serves on the board of the Denver Art Museum and previously served on the board of the University of Denver and the Rocky Mountain Public Broadcasting Network.
Scott Reiman takes a particular interest in education through his work as a board member of ACE Scholarships, formerly known as Alliance for Choice in Education. As a board member of the organization, he helps connect under-served children to the scholarship opportunities they need to attend private school. Since its inception, the organization has delivered more than 10,000 scholarships totaling more than $20 million. Reiman also sits on the Denver Scholarship Foundation advisory council. This organization offers college scholarships to students in Denver Public Schools. In total, the organization has awarded more than $17 million in scholarships. The Denver Scholarship Foundation additionally sponsors various community programs to increase college enrollment and graduation rates.
Alongside his extensive work in the community, Scott Reiman is the president of the Reiman Foundation. As Hexagon’s non-profit organization, this foundation supports a wide range of different philanthropic causes around the country with focuses on causes related to children’s needs, healthcare, education and the arts.
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