Scott Delman is an advisor to Social Impact Capital.
Scott Delman is the Managing Partner of DGZ Capital, a private equity firm that acquires ownership stakes in alternative investment firms. Prior to forming DGZ, Scott was Co-Founder and President of Capital Z Investments, where he initiated and managed a multi-billion-dollar investment program to sponsor the creation of new alternative asset management companies. Capital Z Investments has invested over $2.0 billion in more than 25 investment firms throughout North America, Europe, and Asia.
Scott graduated with honors from Yale College in 1982 and received an MBA from Harvard Business School in 1986. Scott also served as a Visiting Senior Fellow at Harvard University’s JFK School for Government in 2006 and 2007, where he focused on the intersection between international capital markets and national security. He became an op-ed columnist for the online edition of the New York Times on economic issues during the 2008 Presidential campaign.
Scott has served on the boards and advisory councils of various academic, corporate, cultural, and public policy organizations such as Third Way, the New America Foundation, The Truman Project, Manhattan Theatre Club, Yale Drama School, and the Williamstown Theatre Festival.