AHRA CEO retiring after 14 years

Edward J. Cronin Jr., AHRA’s CEO, has announced he is retiring at the end of the year after 14 years in the position. 

In a post on AHRA’s Link newsletter, Cronin said he looks forward to relaxing with his wife and spending more time with this family. He called his time with AHRA the highlight of his career “both professionally and personally.”

“I would like to express my sincere appreciation for the faith you have shown in allowing me the privilege to serve as your CEO,” he wrote. “I am sure the next nine months will go by very quickly, but I hope to be able to connect with as many of you as possible during that time. Our slogan, ‘We Are All In This Together,’ has always been very personal for me, and I know you will continue that wonderful culture that makes AHRA such an exceptional organization.”

In a new post from Link, AHRA President Angelic Bush, CRA, thanked Cronin for his years of service.

“Since 2005, Ed has played a critical role in the development and success of the association, and while we will miss him and his inspiring leadership, we wish him the best of luck the next chapter of his life,” she wrote.