- Ph.Dc (ABD) – Business Information Technology (Management Science), Virginia Tech; Expected degree completion – December 2019
- M.S. in Industrial Technology, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
- B.S. in Electronics and Computer Technology, North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University
- Life and Health Insurance License for the State of North Carolina 1994 – Present
- Property and Liability Insurance License for the State of North Carolina 1994 – Present
- Series 6 Federal Securities License 1995 – 2015
- Series 63 State Securities License 1995 – 2015
- NC Real Estate Sales License 1996 – 2009
- NC Real Estate Brokers License 2005 – 2009
- NC Mortgage Privilege License
- CompTIA A+ Certified
- CompTIA Net+ Certified
- CompTIA Sec+ Certified
- Microsoft Certified Professional
Franklin T. Warren is an Assistant Professor of Business, Economics, and Entrepreneurship at Bennett College; and is a Doctoral Candidate in the Department of Business Information Technology in the Pamplin College of Business, at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, located in Blacksburg Virginia. His research is focused on improving capacity utilization and scheduling policies within the health care industry through the use of math modeling, simulation, and decision support system design. Franklin is a past recipient of an ExtendSim Research Grant and is conducting research in the area of healthcare operations. He is a research assistant for the Center of Services Science, Quality, and Innovation.
Prior to his academic career, Mr. Warren was a technology analyst with Accenture in their product pharmaceutical market unit, located in Charlotte, North Carolina. He has over 20 years of experience in the financial services industry and has held a Series 6 and Series 63 investment securities license. Mr. Warren received both his B. S. in Electronics and Computer Technology, and M. S. in Industrial Technology from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. Additionally, he served as an adjunct instructor in the College of Business and Economics at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. He has been inducted into Epsilon Pi Tau, The Golden Key, and Phi Kappa Phi honor societies.