Meet the Faculty

Steven P. Moysey, Ph.D.

Director, MBA Program

B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Tufts University


Dr. Steve Moysey holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, an M.S. in Management from Tufts University and a Doctorate in Management and Psychology, with a focus on innovation management, organizational behavior, and new product introduction, also from Tufts. He is an experienced international business executive, having lead organizations for multinational business groups, entrepreneurial technology startups, and intrapreneurial innovation incubators for established high technology enterprises. Dr. Moysey has also extensive experience in undergraduate, graduate, adult, and executive education programs.  

Zhe Li, Ph.D.

Program Advisor, Assistant Professor, Director of Financial Planning Program

B.A., Zhejang University; M.A., Ph.D., New York State University at Stony Brook


Dr. Zhe Li is Assistant Professor in the Department of Business at Framingham State University and the Program Advisor for the Master of Business Administration program. She received her Ph.D. in Economics from New York State University at Stony Brook. Her primary research interest is financial economics, labor economics, and pension economics and aging. Her dissertation was working on the households’ optimal saving decisions and portfolio choices in tax-deferred retirement account over the life-cycle. Her work has been awarded the Dissertation Fellowship and Sandell Grant from the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College. Dr. Zhe Li has presented her papers at annual meetings of American Economic Association, Southern Economic Association and Eastern Economic Association. At Framingham State University, Dr. Zhe Li primarily teaches courses in Finance and Financial Planning. She created the Certified Financial Planning Program at FSU and served as the director of the program since its establishment.

Richard Andersen, M.B.A.

Visiting Instructor

BS, Northeaster University; MBA, Suffolk University


Dick has decades of experience in strategic marketing, product management, and operations. He is currently a Director at Joppa Global Marketing. Prior to Joppa, he was the President and COO of NextChoice where he was responsible for the overall direction and day-to-day operations of the company. Prior to NextChoice, Dick held executive positions at technology companies in the New England Area, including VP level positions at TotalView Technologies, HighStreet Networks, and NetSilicon. He also spent over 20 years at Compaq/Digital, rising to Director level, where he developed and led marketing programs for several industries, and led teams that delivered a complete portfolio of software, networking, Information Technology and management products. Dick holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from Northeastern University and a Masters of Business Administration from Suffolk University.

Percy Chinoy, PhD

Visiting Assistant Professor

MBA, Boston College; PhD, Chemical and Electrical Engineering Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute,


Dr. Percy Chinoy is a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Graduate and Continuing Education where he has taught courses such as Marketing Principles and Analytical Tools for Managers for the past ten years. 

Percy holds a full-time position as Senior Director, Business Development at XG Sciences where he is responsible for driving business strategy, partner alliances, new business opportunities, and sales pipeline for graphene nanotechnology across a broad range of markets.

Percy has over 25 years of experience in companies such as American Superconductor, Parker Hannifin, Rohm and Haas, and Tyco Electronics, developing new markets, commercializing new technologies and products, growing revenue, and building cross-cultural business relationships across the US, Europe and Asia.  Percy is passionate about teaching and using his extensive work experience to enrich his students’ learnings.    

Percy earned his Ph.D. in Chemical and Electrical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, NY and MBA from Boston College.

Percy is a huge fan of the Red Sox, Patriots, Bruins and Celtics.  Percy loves tennis and has played competitively on several Boston-area club teams.  He has enjoyed travelling across the US, Europe and Asia and getting to know the local people, culture, food and of course, the business environment. 

Damon J. Borrelli, J.D., M.B.A.

Visiting Instructor

BS, Boston College; JD, Suffolk University; MBA, Framingham State University


Damon J. Borrelli is an assistant clerk magistrate at Stoughton District Court.  A graduate of Boston College (B.S. cum laude), Suffolk University (J.D. cum laude), and Framingham State University (M.B.A.), he has taught at Framingham since 2015.  Mr. Borrelli’s courses, which study the intersection of law and business, are informed by his expertise as a practitioner and as a published author. 

A practicing attorney for over twenty years, his legal work has included international and domestic asset management.  As an assistant clerk magistrate, he coordinates civil and criminal court sessions, designs and implements information technology systems, and participates in district court committees.  He works to provide all the court’s clients with access to the information and expertise that ensures justice.  He has also held elective and appointed offices, in local and in state government, as well as professional associations, which have centered on financial management, economic development, and judicial reform. 

Mr. Borrelli’s publications have addressed issues in international law; criminal law; and patent and trademark law.  In 2012, the Bar Association of Norfolk County recognized his contributions with their lifetime achievement award for pro bono work.

Dr. Ken Kerber

Visiting Instructor

Ph.D. and M.A. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


Kenneth W. Kerber is an organizational psychologist, educator and the founder of Kerber & Associates, a consulting and training business focused on delivering powerful human resource development solution for individuals, teams and organizations. In addition to Framingham State University, he is also part-time faculty member in the D'Amore-McKim Graduate School of Business at Northeastern University in Boston and the McCallum Graduate School of Business at Bentley University in Waltham, Massachusetts.  His specialties include facilitating organizational change, increasing organizational change capacity, developing leaderful organizations, enhancing management capability, building high performance co-located and virtual teams, strengthening emotional intelligence, improving interpersonal communication, and implementing executive coaching. 


Kenneth W. Kerber started Kerber & Associates in 2003 and has consulted with more than 60 corporations in a variety of industries, including high technology, education, transportation and environmental consulting, biotechnology, medical instruments, insurance, and banking. Prior to starting his business, Ken was the director of training and development at 3Com Corporation in the computer networking industry. Before 3Com, he was the director of training and organizational development at Chipcom Corporation, also in the computer industry.


Kenneth W. Kerber holds a PhD and an MA in psychology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He is a member of the American Psychological Association (APA), the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP), and the Association for Talent Development (ATD). He has published more than 20 articles and book chapters, most recently focused on the rhythm of change leadership.


William A. Carroll, M.A.

Visiting Instructor

BA, Framingham State University; MA, Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy, Tufts University


As CEO of a mid-sized international industrial firm, Bill Carroll managed through nearly every internal and external challenge a commercial enterprise can face. The abrupt exit of the company founder and the sale of the company to a German shareholder set the stage for his assumption of the company’s leadership – a situation made fortuitous by Carroll’s having managed every major function in the company.  A subsequent joint venture merged the company with its industry rival, spurring a host of integration and culture issues to be managed. Although most mergers fail to achieve their intended ends, Carroll’s company increased both market share and profitability.  The economic crisis of 2008 slashed the top line by 35% and forced Carroll’s parent company into receivership, but notwithstanding multiple crises, no debt was incurred and profitability was still attained.

As a beneficiary of management experience ranging from a Fortune 100 to an Inc. 500 firm, Carroll underpins his instruction with perspective gained from 20+ years of international experience, including foreign assignments in Hong Kong, Japan, and Latin America.

Bill Carroll Business Coaching LLC has since its inception three years ago been supporting multiple company leadership teams here and in the United Kingdom with core challenges spanning strategy, operations, new business development, innovation and finance.

In addition to his regular and widely read Leadership and business management blog on LinkedIn, Carroll has developed and taught MBA and undergraduate Leadership courses at Framingham State University and Tufts University. His other MBA work at Hult International Business School involves coaching student teams in solving real world business issues presented by some of the world’s most influential enterprises. In 2015 his teams’ solutions were selected by Philips and IBM from among dozens of alternative worldwide competitors.

An alumnus of Framingham State University, Carroll holds an M.A. from the Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy at Tufts University. He is presently developing a virtual business coaching book draft entitled “The Business in Your Life, Your Life in Business”.

Alfred DiCampo, M.B.A.

Visiting Senior Instructor

BA, The College of the Holy Cross; MBA, Babson College


Al has a long career in accounting and business management working in diverse industries including high technology, medical devices, electrical generation, non-profit organizations, shoe manufacturing and jewelry manufacturing and distribution.   As a specialist in managerial accounting he has advanced through accounting and administrative fields holding such positions as Business Manager, Vice President of Finance and Administration and Operations Controller. He serves as an adjunct professor on the faculty of Assumption College in Worcester, MA where he instructs Finance and Accounting courses. He is also a Consultant with AdaptivePro, helping businesses improve financial planning efficiency and productivity using cloud-based corporate performance measurement and business intelligence systems. Al has a BA from The College of the Holy Cross and an MBA from Babson College.

Ivan Fernandez, M.A.

Visiting Instructor

BA, Framingham State University; MA, Brandeis University


Ivan Fernandez has been a visiting lecturer of Economics and Finance at Framingham State University since 2002, as well as other institutions in the area. Originally from Spain, he is a graduate of 1999 from Framingham State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics with a minor in Mathematics. Upon graduating from FSU Ivan directly consulted for the Spanish Under Secretary of Education.  Ivan then attended Brandeis University International Business School where he graduated with a degree in International Economics and Finance.

After graduating from Brandeis, Ivan joined Fidelity Investments as an Analyst in their Defined Benefit Implementation division, where he had the opportunity to work with large corporations such as PepsiCo, Ford Motor Company, and Colt Firearms. In 2004, Ivan returned to Spain to head up a series of projects for Pullmans Llaneza, a leading transit and logistics company located in Northern Spain with operations across the European Union and northern Africa.

In 2006, Ivan returned to Boston and joined Blue Cross Blue Shield of MA to lead a team of analysts which assessed the impact of the Massachusetts Health Care Reform on existing products.  After completion of the assessment, Ivan has since been working as a Research Analyst for the Market Planning and Product Innovation group where he currently focuses on quantitative analysis, competitive intelligence, and strategic planning.

Ivan has taught undergraduate macroeconomics and microeconomics and currently teaches FINA 929 Financial Management and QUAN 905 Managerial Science.

James Fong, M.B.A.

Visiting Instructor

BS, MS, MBA University of Vermont


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.  He has authored many articles on marketing continuing and online education for a number of academic journals including the International Handbook of Distance Education, the Continuing and Higher Education Review, ACHE Journal and Continuing Education in Colleges and Universities.

Jorge Riveras, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

BS, Universidad Central de Venezuela; MBA, Suffolk University; PhD, Southern New Hampshire University


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.

Fahlino Sjuib, Ph.D.


BS, Parahyangan Catholic University; MA, Western Illinois University; PhD, Kansas State University


Fahlino Sjuib is a Professor of Economics and the Chair of the Department of Economics at Framingham State University (FSU).  He is also currently served as the Co-Director of MetroWest Economic Research Center (MERC) at FSU.  He received his Ph.D. in Economics from Kansas State University.  His research is focusing on empirical macroeconomics and financial economics.  His recent works have appeared in Journal of Business and Economics Research, International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, and Empirical Economics Letter.  He had served as a Senior Macroeconomic Advisor for the Australia Indonesia Partnership for Economic Governance (AIPEG).  In his role at AIPEG, he provided technical support and analyses on fiscal policy and financial development issues in Indonesia.  Prior to that, he served as a member of Indonesia-Japan Economic Cooperation Working Team, funded by Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).  As a member of the team, he prepared a policy study on monetary and macroeconomic policies in Indonesia.  Dr. Sjuib teaches Economic Analysis course. 

Dr. Jamie Weiss, Ph.D.

Visiting Assistant Professor

BA, Vassar College; Ph.D., University of Chicago


Jamie received his earliest business education at Weiss Instruments, a family-owned manufacturer of temperature and pressure equipment sine 1882, where he learned everything from manufacturing to inventory to quality control to accounting. More recently, he served as vice president of New Product Development of Weiss Controls, the company’s international joint venture, directing the launch of new nine consumer products and medical devices in three years. He founded and co-managed The Task Group • Boston and has served clients as diverse as the Harris Corporation, Rainin Instruments, Stromberg-Carlson, The Boston Globe, and New York Newsday.

Dr. Weiss was a Senior Consultant for Kepner-Tregoe, Inc. from 1992 until 2012, where he worked in all of he company’s practices, from Financial Services to Manufacturing to IT to Life Sciences. At KT, as both a senior technical consultant and a client relationship manager, he worked with clients on turning around their operations and transforming their organizations, whether through strategy formulation, innovation, process and performance improvement, or cultural transformation. His work has ranged across optimal product portfolio development, strategic project and program management, strategy development and implementation, complexity reduction, and building a culture of innovation and service. He has worked with all levels of organizations, from the shop-floor to the boardroom, and while his strategic focus has been on Life Sciences clients like Pfizer, Merck, Becton-Dickinson, and Covidien, he also works with clients as diverse as FedEx, Navistar Trucks, TVA, BJC Hospital Corporation, and JP Morgan Chase.

A frequent contributor to business publications and on-line journals, Jamie often writes on human performance, advanced issue resolution, and organization development issues. Jamie has been Six Sigma Black Belt trained, and was KT’s primary resource for complex root-cause and decision analysis facilitation. On top of his field responsibilities, Jamie was also Co-Managing Director of KT / North America. He was named KT’s worldwide Basic Beliefs Award Winner in 2003.

He is currently managing The Task Group Boston, contracting with a wide array of clients, and writing.

Jamie attended Colgate University, received his bachelor of arts degree from Vassar College, and received a doctorate of philosophy in experimental cognitive psychology and psycholinguistics from the University of Chicago. He resides in Massachusetts with his wife, Diane, a labor and delivery nurse, and their two children.

Sharon A. Wulf, M.B.A., Ph.D.

Visiting Assistant Professor

BS, Providence College; MBA, Northeastern University; PhD, Columbia Pacific University


Dr. Sharon A. Wulf serves as a Visiting Professor at Framingham State where she instructs graduate courses in Strategic Management and Human Resources Management. Dr. Wulf is President of Enterprise Systems, a management consulting company in Framingham, MA, and has faculty appointments at the Foisie School of Business at Worcester Polytechnic Institute and Hult International Business School, Boston Campus.

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.”