Scott Reiman, namesake of the Reiman School of Finance
A dedicated and longtime member of the University of Denver community, Scott Reiman has served on the University’s Board of Trustees since 1999. He is a University of Denver alumnus and a recipient of the Ammi Hyde Award for Recent Graduate Achievement.
In addition to his academic and leadership contributions, Scott Reiman has extensively supported the University of Denver’s institutional growth and prosperity. He is the namesake of the Reiman School of Finance in the Daniels College of Business, as well as the Reiman Theater in historic Margery Reed Hall.
Scott Reiman has also contributed significantly to the University of Denver’s curriculum. Through the Reiman Fund class, students gain applied industry analysis and stock selection experience. In this portfolio management course, the Reiman Fund allows student investment recommendations to be implemented in an actual stock portfolio that is part of the University of Denver’s endowment fund.
Outside of his involvement with the University of Denver, Reiman is recognized for his support of many other educational organizations. He currently sits on the board of trustees for ACE Scholarships, as well as the Graland Country Day School, where the library and theater building bears the Reiman name. He is also a founding board member of the Denver Scholarship Foundation.
As CEO and founder of Hexagon, a Denver-based private investment company, Scott Reiman has a long and established history of business leadership as well. In 1998, Hexagon received the Downtown Denver Partnership’s 38th Annual Award for the redevelopment of Larimer Square and other parts of Lower Downtown. Reiman is also one of two founding sponsors of the Denver business leadership organization the Quarterly Forum.
As CEO of Hexagon’s non-profit organization, the Reiman Foundation, he actively supports a number of other deserving organizations and initiatives that benefit the arts, education, healthcare, and children’s programs. Scott Reiman also serves on the Rocky Mountain Public Broadcasting Network Board of Directors and the Denver Art Museum Board of Trustees.