An accomplished financial professional and current president of Hexagon, Inc., Scott Reiman serves on the boards of several nonprofit organizations in the Denver area. In particular, Scott Reiman holds a seat on the board of the Denver Art Museum, one of the most prominent art museums in Colorado. Through its conservation programs, Denver Art Museum works hard to preserve the integrity and authenticity of various works of art. Conservation professionals at the Denver Art Museum hail from diverse backgrounds, including art history, science, technical conservation, and many others. Conservation at the Denver Art Museum begins with physical stabilization of artworks, which includes activities such as repairing breaks, replacing missing parts, reinforcing fragile connections, and routine cleaning. Many works of art also undergo preventative conservation, which protects them from natural deterioration. Preventative conservation requires close collaboration among many different museum departments and includes tasks such as creating climate-controlled environments, training in art handling, and ensuring proper light levels.