- Position: Chaplain
- Areas of Expertise: Counseling, Religion & Theology
- Ethnicity: African-American
Bio of Rev. Kenneth M. Fisher
Rev. Kenneth M. Fisher is a native of Shreveport, Louisiana and a graduate of the historic Booker T. Washington High School. He served in the United States Air Force and the Army Reserve as a chaplain for many years. He also served for over 50+ years as a minister in the United Methodist Church. Rev. Fisher served his last nine years of ministry at the St. Paul UM Church in Shreveport thus, retiring in 2009.
Rev. Kenneth Fisher was one of the first African American students to enroll at Centenary College in the late 1960s, earning his undergraduate degree. Fisher is a Life Member of the Centenary Board of Trustees, has served as a pastor for United Methodist congregations in Baton Rouge, New Orleans, and Shreveport, and was chairman of the Commission on Archives and History of the Louisiana Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church from 2004–08.