Kenneth Christian Fischer Edit Profile
Bachelor, College of Wooster, 1966; Master of Arts, University of Michigan, 1967.
Staff associate, American Association for Higher Education, Washington, 1970-1974; director, Postsecondary Education Convening Authority, Washington, 1974-1978; president, The Learners' Forum, Washington, 1979-1987; president, University Museum Society of University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, since 1987. Consultant American Assembly Collegiate School Business, Washington, 1980-1983, National Broadcasting Company. New York City, 1982, Harvard University, 1977, National Symphony Orchestra, 1985-1986, Pacific Telesis Group, Washington, 1986-1995, Society Incentive Travel Executives, New York City, 1988-1990, Ohio Arts Council, 1990-1991, National Endowment For the Arts, 1991-1995.
Board directors Classical Action/Performing Arts Against Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, since 1995, United Negro College Fund, Washtenaw Campaign, since 1991, Ecumenical Center and Residence, since 1992, Arts Midwest, since 1992. Member Chamber Music American (chair since 1996), American Arts Alliance (board directors, executive committee 1990-1993), International Society for the Performing Arts (board directors 1990-1996), Association Performing Arts Presenters.
Married Penelope Ann Peterson, July 2 1966. 1 child, Matthew David.