Hunter Porter, Kentucky ’15, was born and raised in Lexington, Kentucky. Hunter Porter attended Lexington Catholic High School and graduated with a BS in economics from the University of Kentucky (UK) in 2015. While at UK, Hunter was a member of the Kentucky Epsilon Chapter of Phi Delta Theta and served both the chapter and campus in numerous leadership positions, including Phi Delt president and IFC president. He currently serves as Chapter Advisory Board chairman for Kentucky Epsilon.
Hunter is a senior associate at BC Wood Properties, a privately held real estate investment firm, where he manages 1.8 million square feet of commercial real estate throughout the southeast United States. He also holds the position of principal broker for True Line Real Estate, BC Wood’s in-house real estate brokerage. Hunter has a passion for community involvement, serving on various boards for the Explorium of Lexington (children’s museum), United Way of the Bluegrass, University of Kentucky DanceBlue Marathon, and the Lexington Public Library. He also serves as a hospitality minister for Historic St. Paul Catholic Church, the school/church he attended as a child. In his spare time, he enjoys playing basketball and golf, reading, and attending UK sporting events.