A Denver-based business and investment consulting professional, Scott Gelbard works with a variety of high-level international clients to provide advice on optimizing wealth and enhancing country-to-country business exchanges and partnerships. Scott Gelbard primarily serves as a consultant with GlobalLeadGen, a co… Read More
A Denver-based business and investment consulting professional, Scott Gelbard works with a variety of high-level international clients to provide advice on optimizing wealth and enhancing country-to-country business exchanges and partnerships. Scott Gelbard primarily serves as a consultant with GlobalLeadGen, a company that provides client with strategic online lead generation programs to help them grow their businesses.
In addition, he advises Crunchies Food Company; The Huxley; ZanttZ; Rhino Roll-Off; BTO Self Serve Yogurt, MusclePharm Apparel; and Terra Ferma, Inc. In addition to his consulting role, he is a managing partner with Beckham Walker Equity Partners, and he is actively involved with commercial and residential land development.
His involvement in his community is noteworthy, as well. He supports a range of charitable causes that include fundraising events to find a cure for breast cancer, efforts to aid military veterans with disabilities, and food drives to aid families in need. Scott Gelbard also serves his community as a volunteer athletic coach for hockey and soccer.
In particular, Scott Gelbard has worked to assist Men for the Cure, sponsored by the University of Colorado Hospital Foundation. Men for the Cure works to raise awareness of issues related to breast cancer in women and to raise funds to promote research, diagnosis, and treatment. Scott Gelbard is proud that his contributions have helped Men for the Cure raise in excess of $1 million over its series of annual benefit dinners. The funds assist the university in offering enhanced education, including techniques for early detection, to University of Colorado medical students.
Scott Gelbard and his fellow supporters of Men for the Cure have increased funding for the acquisition of diagnostic equipment such as the Atec vacuum-assisted device for performing biopsies. In addition, the organization’s funds have purchased a stereotactic biopsy table and a digitally based radiography assay system, and also have supported the provision of personalized care and counseling to patients from a professional nurse navigator working through the university’s center for cancer treatment. Scott Gelbard and the community of Coloradans who fund Men for the Cure also have been instrumental in providing a mobile unit to conduct mammography exams. This van has increased Denver-area women’s ability to access vital cancer screenings that save lives. Read Less