Scott J. Reiman has served on our board of managers since July 2015. Mr. Reiman is the founder, Chairman and CEO of Denver-based Hexagon, a private investment firm with a diverse portfolio and also serves as the CEO of Hexagon’s non-profit Reiman Foundation.
Mr. Reiman directs Hexagon in a wide range of asset classes, such as energy and minerals, private equity funds, direct investments and real estate. He is a founding sponsor of the Denver business leadership organization Quarterly Forum.
Through numerous leadership positions, Mr. Reiman supports many programs directly benefitting the arts, education, healthcare and children’s initiatives. He is currently Co-chair of the Board of ACE Scholarships and is a Trustee at the Denver Art Museum. Mr. Reiman is a lifetime Trustee at the University of Denver after serving more than 18 years on the Board and is the namesake of the University’s Reiman School of Finance. He has held Board positions with Pioneer Natural Resources, Graland Country Day School, Rocky Mountain PBS, Denver Scholarships Foundation and the Denver Dumb Friends League. Mr. Reiman received his B.S. in Finance from the University of Denver in 1987.