Ben Isecke is very happy to be teaching at his own alma mater.  He rejoined BCA as a Computer Science and Music teacher in the fall of 2014.  Prior to that, he taught vocal music and Computer Science in Jersey City.  He double-majored in Music and Computer Science at Williams College (2002), and later went on to earn a MM in Choral Conducting at the Mannes School of Music (2007).


Bryan Respass studied his two passions at Princeton University; Computer Science and teaching. He began his web development career in 1998 at KPMG, developing applications used to manage the firm's tax practice. In 2006, he put aside his passion for technology to follow his passion for students and began teaching Mathematics at Leonia Middle School. During his time at Leonia, he also served for three years as the program leader of Mathematics and as the district's data analyst. In 2014, Bryan joined BCA and saw the merger of this two passions. He is excited to bring a project and product oriented approach to his classroom at BCA.


Matthew Wang joined the ATCS faculty in the fall of 2018 and is thrilled to bring his love of computer science to the next generation of learners. After finishing his CS and teaching studies at Princeton University in 2016, he taught middle school math at Hope Academy in Greensboro, NC before returning to NJ to teach his favorite subject.