ABOUT ENDERUNMessage from the President
Enderun Colleges has achieved so much in its relatively short history. The College has become an intellectual hub in the areas of hotel administration, culinary arts, entrepreneurship, and management. And now, we have expanded to technology with information systems, a degree focusing on technology management.
Enderun students come from different parts of the world. Our experience-based education includes a strong management, hospitality, culinary, and business curricula wherein students discover a world full of opportunities, possibilities, and ideas that will prepare them for life. We encourage our students to become critical and independent thinkers to make them globally competitive. The international faculty is composed of dynamic, ambitious, and energetic industry practitioners who are widely exposed in their specific fields of study.
I look forward to continuing to work at Enderun and strengthen the College as a choice for outstanding students. I invite you to explore our campus and learn more about our exciting and diverse programs. You are always welcome here.
Ed Rodriguez, PhD
Dr. Edgardo Rodriguez is the President of Enderun Colleges and the Dean of the College of Business, technology and Entrepreneurship. He earned his MBA in The East-West Center at the University of Hawaii, and his doctorate in Management Sciences and Statistics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, New York. He was also part of the Special Program in Development Economics at Harvard University. He worked in The World Bank in Washington, D.C., culminating a career there as head of the bank’s Corporate Budget Unit. He then worked as a management specialist at the Asian Development Bank in Manila and retired as executive secretary to the Development Effectiveness Committee of the Board of Directors. While growing in his corporate career, he also taught for fourteen years at graduate schools in the United States, as associate professor at Graduate School of Industrial Engineering of Rutgers University in New Jersey, then as adjunct professor of Management and Information Sciences at The American University in Washington, D.C., and at Virginia Polytechnic Institute in Virginia. He is concurrently president of XenXaTech, Inc., a management consulting firm specializing in business intelligence systems.