Bruce Hoyt is the senior vice president, investments at Gary Community Investments. Hoyt leads and manages the organization’s for-profit and philanthropic investment strategies, helping to advance its mission of improving the lives of Colorado’s low-income children and their families.
Hoyt has been dually committed to careers in investment banking and community volunteerism. Most recently, he served as a managing director with KPMG Corporate Finance in Denver, where he specialized in mergers and acquisitions. He was a co-founder of the investment banking firm St. Charles Capital, which was sold to KPMG in 2014. In addition, he has experience working with Boettcher and Company, Great West-Life, and The Wallach Company.
Hoyt is a member of the Denver Zoological Trust board and recently completed an eight-year term on the Denver Public Schools Board of Education. He has also served on the boards of the Denver Public School Foundation, Mile High Montessori, Friends of Manual High School, Seniors! Inc., and Mile High United Way. He is a former Peace Corps volunteer, having served two years in Truk, Micronesia.
Hoyt received his master of management degree from Northwestern University’s Kellogg Graduate School of Management. He earned his undergraduate degree in political science from Northwestern University.