Chairman & CEO, Fisher House Foundation, Inc.
Ken Fisher is a business leader and philanthropist with an unwavering dedication to serving those who have served our country. As partner of Fisher Brothers, Ken presides over the daily operations, managing and leasing of one of the country’s most successful family-owned real estate development and management companies with a portfolio of more than 9 million square feet of real estate space and market valuation of more than $8.5 billion
Ken is strongly committed to serving our military community as he carries on his Great Uncle, Zach Fisher’s, legacy as chairman and CEO of Fisher House Foundation. The Foundation is a leading nonprofit serving service members, veterans, and their families through a network of over 90 comfort homes where families of ill and injured veterans and military members can stay at no cost while receiving treatment far from home.
In addition to these roles, Ken currently serves as co-chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum and served as the chairman of the 2016 Invictus Games in Orlando, Florida.
In 2007, Ken was appointed by the Bush Administration to the President’s Commission on Care of America’s Returning Wounded Warriors and has served on several policy boards and round tables, in support of former U.S. Secretaries of Defense Ashton Carter, Chuck Hagel, and Jim Mattis.
Ken attended Ithaca College and received an honorary Doctorate of Commercial Science from the University in May 2016, among other recognitions including being named one of America’s Best Leaders by U.S. News & World Report. Most recently, he received the West Point Association of Graduates’ Sylvanus Thayer Award for 2022. Additional distinctions form a long list of honors from organizations including the United States Marine Corps, the Department of Defense, the Department of Veteran Affairs, HillVets, the Friends of the Vietnam Memorial, and many others.
He lives in New York with his wife Tammy. Ken is a proud father of three children and two grandchildren.