Dr. Sharon A. Wulf
Program Coordinator and Academic Advisor
Recognized for her ability to integrate practical experience with theory, Dr. Wulf is the recipient of the Framingham State University Outstanding MBA Faculty Award, Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s Trustees Award for Outstanding Teaching, Hult International Business School Distinguished Professor Award, Hult International Business School Honor Role for Student Services Award, and Northeastern University Teaching Excellence Award for Professor of the Year. Dr. Wulf holds a BS with honors from Providence College, an MBA from Northeastern University, and a PhD from Columbia Pacific University. She is a member of Phi Sigma Tau and Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Societies.
Dr. Wulf has delivered over 1,000 customized sessions on business strategy, organizational development, customer management, and leadership. Selected client experience, ranging from technology to service organizations, includes Motorola, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Serasa, Teknor Apex, United Technologies Corporation, Lucent Technologies, National Grid, EMC, AMICA Insurance, Sun Life, Allmerica Financial, Johnson and Johnson, Texas Instruments, Intel, Compaq, Digital Equipment Corporation, Goldman Sachs, Boston Global Advisors, Boston Financial Data Services, Empire Corporate, The First Years, Massachusetts General Hospital, Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Vector Health Systems, RI Blood Center, American Mental Health Counselors, Girl Scouts of American, Christian Science Monitor, the US Postal Service, and the Polaroid Corporation. Dr. Wulf authored several management training and development books including Building Performance Values, Customer Service Action Plan, and Leadership in Action published by HRD Press. She has worked with management teams in 19 countries including the USA, Canada, Mexico, Germany, the Netherlands, Great Britain, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia, and Brazil.
Dr. Wulf excels at establishing strategic initiatives with key contributions from multiple disciplines in international environments. Prior to establishing Enterprise Systems, Dr. Wulf gained 15 years professional experience with two Fortune 100 companies holding a variety of senior management positions including New Ventures Business Development Director, Worldwide Product Marketing Planning Director, and Strategic Programs Director.
As a board member, Dr. Wulf advised the management team at SpaceTec IMC Corporation throughout the company’s start up to its public listing on the NASDAQ in an IPO.
Dr. Wulf has served on several non-profit boards. Dr. Wulf served on the MIT Enterprise Forum board, chairing the Start-Up Clinic and presenting as a keynote speaker on business and organizational development for the MIT Enterprise Forum Chapters in California, Washington, Chicago, and Colorado. She served as the Vice President and Board of Directors member of the English Speaking Union of the United States of America, Boston Branch. Dr. Wulf served on the Board of Directors for NB Star Kids, a non-profit organization that provides educational opportunities for high-risk students.
Dr. Wulf is a keynote speaker on talent development with a focus on the next generation of leaders. She is currently developing a leadership series on “Future Leaders: Mentoring Performance Values of Generation Z.”
Mr. Fong is an experienced marketing professional and educator. He teaches strategic marketing for Framingham State. In addition to his teaching role, Mr. Fong is the Founding Director for the University Professional and Continuing Education Association's Center for Research and Consulting. In past roles, he has served as Director of Marketing, Planning and Research for a major university; Director of Research for an advertising and marketing firm and worked for a variety of consulting and research firms. Mr. Fong has taught graduate and undergraduate courses in marketing, research and the competitive environment.
B.S., M.S. and M.B.A. from the University of Vermont
Dr. Michael Harrison
Dr. Michael Harrison has over 22 years of business experience working with world class corporations including local firms such as Bose Corporation and Fidelity Investments. Dr. Harrison earned his Doctor of Business Administration from Southern New Hampshire University, his MBA from Colorado State University, his Master of Science in Management from The American College and his B.S. in Business from Central Connecticut State University. Professor Harrison has taught as an Adjunct Professor at UMASS-Boston and in Southern New Hampshire University’s MBA program. He served as a Teaching Fellow at Harvard University Summer School and as a guest lecturer at Boston College, Harvard University and Suffolk University.
Dr. Harrison’s article on Corruption and Foreign Direct Investment is published in the International Business and Economics Research Journal and his article on US Image and Trust is published in the Global Business Economics Anthology. He is also published in Framingham State University's Journal of Critical Thinking. Dr Harrison has presented scholarly articles at Oxford University and Cambridge University. He was named Faculty of the Year by the Framingham State University undergraduates in 2010.
Dr. Harrison teaches MGMT 940 Business and Its Environment and MGMT 968 Managing in a Global Environment for the MBA program.
Professor Inman teaches Leadership, Teamwork and the Organization; and Managerial Accounting.
M.A., Industrial Labor Relations
Professor John Magilligan teaches Financial Accounting and Managerial Accounting.
Dr. Jorge Riveras
Dr. Jorge Riveras is an Assistant Professor teaching Strategic Management and International Business courses. Dr. Riveras became interested in Academia after working for more than two decades in global business and is a true believer of bringing real-world experience to the classroom.
Prior to Framingham State University, Dr. Riveras served as an adjunct professor and visiting assistant professor at Suffolk University, an Instructor in Harvard Summer School as well as a Teaching Fellow and a guest lecturer in Boston College, UMASS Boston, Framingham State University, Plymouth State University, and Southern New Hampshire University. Dr. Riveras is particularly interested in the areas of globalization, strategic alliances, sales management, and the political impact on business. He founded a company in Venezuela, which represented global manufacturers of analytical instruments for QC and research fields. He has also served as International Sales Manager and Vice President – Director of Sales and Marketing for a Massachusetts-based technology firm. Dr. Riveras has developed strategic alliances, negotiated contracts, created promotional material, and conducted market research. Dr. Riveras has experience with training a global sales force and has presented seminars on business and technology in more than 30 countries. Dr. Riveras is bilingual in English and Spanish, has a working knowledge of Portuguese, and has traveled to more than 60 countries.
Dr. Riveras earned a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the Universidad Central de Venezuela, an MBA from Suffolk University, and his PhD in International Business from Southern New Hampshire University. Dr. Riveras teaches MGMT 968 Managing in a Global Environment, MGMT 917 Strategic Marketing, and MGMT 989 Professional Project and Capstone in Strategic Management.
Dr. Mary Rogers
Dr. Rogers teaches Organizational Behavior and Theory.
B.A. College of Our Lady of the Elms; M.B.A.,from Western New England College, and Ph.D., from the University of Massachusetts - Amherst
Dr. Fahlino Sjuib
Dr. Sjuib teaches a variety of Economics courses.
B.S., Parahyangan Catholic University; M.A., Western Illinois University; Ph.D., Kansas State University