Assistant Professor, Boston University School of Hospitality Administration
- Title Assistant Professor, Boston University School of Hospitality Administration
- Education Ph.D., Hospitality Administration, Oklahoma State University
Mark P. Legg, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor at Boston University in the School of Hospitality Administration. His educational background includes a mix of mathematics and hospitality management. He holds a Ph.D. in Hospitality Administration from Oklahoma State University, as well as Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Mathematics from SUNY at Buffalo (UB). Mark has spent the past two decades building industry-leading analytical solutions within the hospitality industry while also helping organizations extract as much value out of their data as possible. His experiences include building out an industry-leading corporate analytics department for an international hospitality organization, as well as directing database, direct marketing, and CRM departments for one of the world’s largest casino resorts.
Issues as Editor
- Editor, Boston Hospitality Review – December 2021