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Meet the Staff

Mike Bosco 2

Mike Bosco, Dean of Students, 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

Brett Wellman 2

Brett Wellman, Director of Student Life, joined the college in 2010 and manages all aspects of Residence Life to ensure that the facility is safe, well maintained, and conducive to study. The Director also oversees and coordinates the Student Conduct system and serves as the primary conduct officer at the college. Brett has a Master of Science degree in Literacy Education and a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education/ English both from the State University of New York College at Oneonta. He has previously worked as a Residence Hall Director and Assistant Director of Residence Life in Western New York and the Greater Boston area, and returned back to Boston after working as a Student Conduct Coordinator in Dallas, TX. Brett is a member of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) and the Boston Area College Housing Association (BACHA). He is the Co-Chair of the Professional Development Committee on the BACHA 2012-2013 Steering Board.
617-588-1336: E-mail
Office: Union Building, 1st Floor


Sally Heckel, Assistant Director of Student Success, served on the faculty of Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology for 17 years, her last several as Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Academic Development. More recently, she coordinated the Boston PIC’s college support program for Success Boston, the City’s college completion initiative. Sally holds a Master of Arts in Teaching from the School for International Training and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of New Hampshire. She is a member of the New England Association for Higher Education and Disabilities (NEAHEAD).
617-588-1378; E-mail
Office: Union Building, 1st Floor