Fritz Porter

Title: Business Strategist
Company: MN Custom Homes
Location: Bellevue, Washington, United States

Fritz Porter has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in construction and real estate.

A seasoned business professional with a proven record of success, Mr. Porter presently excels as the business strategy manager for MN Custom Homes where he develops and leads the strategic planning and management processes to support the realization of the company’s exciting vision of the future. Prior to obtaining his current position, he worked as director of strategy and innovation for GNB-KL Group until 2021, where he supported the CEO and executive staff in the identification and pursuit of strategic innovation opportunities while serving as a key facilitator and practitioner of the organization’s strategic planning and execution activities.

During the early stages of his career, Mr. Porter worked as a geologist with Barrick Gold Corporation and held leadership roles in multiple companies in the commercial and medical construction sectors. Prior to embarking upon his professional journey, he earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Idaho and then later in his career completed a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in finance from Southern Oregon University.

To remain aware of developments affecting his field, Mr. Porter maintains key industry memberships, and relationships with his peers while actively seeking out and leveraging opportunities for innovation. He is a lifelong member of the Kappa Sigma fraternity, holds membership in the American Society for Quality, and served on NIST’s Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award board of examiners. Looking toward the future, Mr. Porter aims to support others in achieving their life goals and continuing to create value in his professional and personal pursuits while maintaining a mindset of growth and curiosity.

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