Department Faculty - Technology Business & Management

Andrew Wong

Andrew Wong, BA, JD, MBA, LL. M has been teaching a business law class in the automotive department at Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology since 2002. The course explores the legal environment of business and the risk and responsibilities of the business owner, manager and employee. When not teaching, he is a Director of Operations of a legal support unit at John Hancock Financial Services. Professor Wong has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, a Juris Doctor from American University’s Washington College of Law, an MBA from Suffolk University’s Sawyer School of Management focusing on operations management and a Masters in Law from Boston University in Banking and Financial Institution Regulation. He has a passion for cars and enjoys following the automotive industry.

Russ VerNooy

Russ VerNooy, Instructor. Professor VerNooy graduated from Southern Illinois University with a BSEE and Curry College with an MBA. He spent twenty years in electronics engineering, marketing and technical sales in the semiconductor industry and successfully trained engineers with tools to thrive and prosper. His areas of specialty include FPGA logic design, microcontrollers and network administration.
617-588-2088; E-mail
Office: Union Building, Room 412

Mike Bosco

Mike Bosco, Dean of Student Services, MEd, BS, AS. Dean Bosco began his tenure as Dean of Enrollment at the Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology in May 2010. He has worked at Mount Ida College in Newton, Massachusetts and at Johnson & Wales University in Providence, Rhode Island. Dean Bosco earned is Master of Education from Curry College and his Associate and Bachelor degrees from Johnson & Wales University. He has presented on topics relating to strategic enrollment management and admissions at regional, national and international higher education conferences. Dean Bosco is currently pursuing his Doctorate degree focusing on higher education administration at Northeastern University.
Contact: E-mail; 617-588-1364