Graphic Designer, College Communications
John Fornoff joined the College Communications team on September 25 as their resident graphic designer. Having spent most of his professional career in the private sector and in various administrative roles, he is excited about contributing to BCC’s mission while doing something that he loves.
Since graduating from the University of Michigan in 2009, John has lived in the RI/Southcoast area and currently resides in Somerset. Over the years, he has developed an extensive portfolio working primarily with local nonprofits, including the Aquidneck Land Trust, Center for Mediation & Collaboration Rhode Island (CMCRI), and Best Buddies Rhode Island. John’s design style is heavily influenced by his interest in vintage travel posters, maps, the Olympic Games, and license plates.
Videographer, College Communications
Ben was born and raised in Rhode Island and currently resides in East Greenwich. After graduating from New England Tech (and a woeful stint as a Verizon Wireless salesman), Ben spent three years working for a production company in Jamestown, RI working on a variety of projects, most notably as a producer on Kettlebottom Outdoor Pursuits, filming hunting and fishing adventures all over the country. After hours, Ben is an avid musician, songwriter, and pun enthusiast.
Motor Equipment Mechanic I, Facilities
BCC’s newest motor equipment mechanic, Nathan Pacheco, assumed his new duties on July 31. Most days, you will find him in the Facilities garage, or on campus keeping things running.
Nathan comes to BCC from Mid-City Scrap where he gained experience in the repair and maintenance of all types of equipment from small engine repair, hydraulics and brake repair, to large engine rebuilding and transmission repair.
Nathan is certified as a Diesel Technician, and a graduate of Universal Technical Institute (UTI). Please welcome Nathan to the Bristol Community College Community and say hello when you see him on campus!