Cronin joins Georgia State's RMI department faculty.
The Department of Risk Management and Insurance at Georgia State University's Robinson College of Business has appointed Kevin T. Cronin professor of Legal Studies. Cronin will be responsible for teaching graduate courses on international risk and insurance and on insurance law. He also will be involved in the department's new graduate track in insurance regulation, as well as conduct research on the U.S. federal government's involvement in various insurance issues through the department's Center for Risk Management and Insurance Research.
Prior to joining the RMI faculty, Cronin was president and CEO of the International Insurance Council. He also was president of the northern region of the Federation of Latin American Insurance Trade Associations. Before his work with the IIC, he opened the Washington, D.C., offices of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, serving as the association's Washington counsel and director of government and international relations.