DENVER, March 19, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- From real estate to education, Scott Reiman invests in what works and in what lasts. It's the motivation that drives the philanthropic philosophy of the Reiman Foundation and this Denver-based business leader.
During a recent conversation at the ACE Scholarships office in Denver, Scott Reiman discussed his commitment to giving back to the community and how that led him to ACE more than a decade ago.
Investing in the community: Scott Reiman's dedication to education
Education is at the core of Scott Reiman's civic involvement. By empowering children and families through education, the Reiman Foundation believes in the ACE Scholarships model. This dedication to education extends to Scott Reiman's service on the board of trustees for ACE Scholarships, the University of Denver and Graland Country Day School.
As president of the Reiman Foundation, Scott leads an organization dedicated to many initiatives that advance education, health care, the arts and children's programs. Among numerous other positions, Scott Reiman is a former board member of the Denver Center for Performing Arts and was a longtime big brother for Big Brothers Big Sisters Colorado.
Scott Reiman and the Reiman Foundation are committed to helping make Denver, and all of Colorado, the very best it can be.
Read the full interview at: www.ACEscholarships.org/News-Video/Scott-Reiman-Denver
About Scott Reiman, Hexagon and the Reiman Foundation
In 1992, Scott Reiman founded Denver-based Hexagon and established a diverse portfolio of real estate, private equity and energy investments. As Hexagon's CEO, Scott Reiman leads a team of experienced and highly-skilled investment professionals with offices in Denver and Milwaukee. Scott Reiman serves as President of Hexagon's non-profit Reiman Foundation, a dedicated supporter of many deserving organizations and programs -- especially those focused on education, children's initiatives and the arts.
SOURCE ACE Scholarships