Scott Reiman remains actively involved with civic life in Denver through leadership positions in a number of organizations. As president of the Reiman Foundation, Scott Reiman is actively involved in funding many deserving programs related to children’s initiatives, education, and the arts.
Supporting Local Institutions
Playing an instrumental role in the governance of local institutions, Scott Reiman belongs to the University of Denver board of trustees, where the Reiman School of Finance is named on his behalf. The oldest private university in the Rocky Mountain Region, the University of Denver has provided a high quality education for more than 150 years. Scott Reiman is an alumnus of the University of Denver, where he was honored with the Ammi Hyde Award in 2000 for achievement of a recent graduate. Mr. Reiman additionally serves on the Board of Directors for the Rocky Mountain Public Broadcasting Network, a statewide public media network in Colorado.
Commitment to Business and Civic Leadership
Drawing upon his strong background in business, Scott Reiman is a founding sponsor of Quarterly Forum – Denver’s premier leadership organization. Scott Reiman also previously sat on the boards of the Denver Dumb Friends League, the American Transplant Foundation and many others. The Denver Dumb Friends League has aided in the adoption of animals to loving homes for more than a century. The American Transplant Foundation works to eliminate the long wait-lists that exist in the United States for individuals in need of an organ transplant.