ProfileOriginally a construction worker, Vincent began his electronics career in the Fall of 1993 by obtaining an ASET from New England Institute of Technology. After a brief pause he began a Computer Program Certification syllabus at Northeastern University which he then transferred to Part-Time Engineering to complete his BSEE. His progress was held up from 2004 through 2006, however, when he deployed with the 103FA Army National Guard unit he joined at age 18. His employment is diverse as he has worked for several different manufacturer's and companies including; Bose, Hanna Instruments, American Power Conversion, Teradyne Semiconductor Test, Climate Energy, National Grid and Eagle Picher (Yardney). Vincent returned to classroom through Veteran Assembled Electronics in 2017 where he became the first student from the school to achieve ETA's Master Electronic Technician Certification. Although service connected injuries and illnesses have since made it impossible for Vincent to return to work, he has kept busy working on a Next-Gen gaming system he and a teammate designed during Northeastern University's Innovation Challenge.