Pastor Ken Fisher
Rev. Kenneth Fisher is the president of Wisconsin Lutheran High School in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. As a child of an unwanted pregnancy who was adopted into a Christian family, he has always been an ardent supporter of life. He was raised in Michigan where he attended public school, a Lutheran grade school, and Michigan Lutheran Seminary for high school. He graduated from Northwestern College in 1988 and Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary in 1993.
Prior to his move into administration at the high school in 2011, he served twelve years at Risen Savior Lutheran Church in Milwaukee. In the past, he was the SEW District Coordinator for Evangelism and a regular presenter for Schools of Outreach.
He is currently completing his Doctor of Ministry in Pastoral Leadership and Ministry Management from Trinity International University. He is a regent of Wisconsin Lutheran College and also serves on the East Asia Administrative Committee of the WELS Board for World Missions.
He and his wife, Kimberly, who is the Dean of Students at Christ-St. Peter Lutheran School live in Milwaukee. They enjoy entertaining, cooking and global travel. They consider one of their greatest joys being grandparents to Lucyana (age 5) and Ezekiel (age 3) Bravo.
“I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.” John 8:12