As inspector general, Kurt Fritsch oversees the Office of Inspector General, which serves as a primary point for the coordination of activities that promote accountability, effectiveness and efficiency, and prevent and detect fraud and abuse in the District.
Fritsch has served as the District’s division director of Administrative & Management Services, inspector general and senior internal auditor. Prior to joining the District, Fritsch worked for eight years with the Office of the Minnesota State Auditor as a fraud examiner and a local governmental auditor. He also worked for nine years with the Minnesota Historical Society.
Fritsch is a certified public accountant, a certified internal auditor, a certified inspector general and a certified control self-assessment auditor. He holds bachelor’s degrees in accounting and government from Saint John’s University, Minnesota, and a master’s degree in management from Saint Leo University, Florida.