Brendan Cronin entered the hospitality industry in his native Ireland at the age of 16 and soon after discovered his passion for traveling - an integral part of his professional experience. He has since worked for major international hotel companies such as Intercontinental Hotels, Sheraton, Mandarin Oriental and Pan Pacific Hotels in Ireland, Switzerland, Africa, Thailand, Macao, Malaysia and Singapore - in addition to traveling to over 20 countries in his spare time. Prior to joining Endicott College in 1995, he taught for many years at Les Roches International Hotel Management School in Switzerland. Brendan is the 2013 recipient of the Endicott Excellence in Teaching Award and holds a master of business administration from Endicott College where he teaches in the School of Hospitality Management.
Bachelor of Business
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Doctor of Business Administration
Expected in December 2018
Awards and Accomplishments
Brendan Cronin is the 2013 recipient of the Endicott Excellence in Teaching Award.
Current area of research: Strategies to reduce hotel employee turnover.
Cheffin', From Potatoes to Caviar (2012). An Irish memoir.