With over a decade of devoted teaching experience, Helene Kozma continues her impressive career in education as a professor at Sacred Heart University and Housatonic Community College in Connecticut, where she has attained licensures and certifications as a Professional Educator and Provisional Teacher in both Business and English. A career academic, Helene Kozma has acquired multiple degrees, including a Bachelor of Arts in English from New York’s Adelphi University, a Masters in Business Administration and Certification of Advanced Studies from Sacred Heart University, and a Master of Science in Leadership in Higher Education from Capella University in Minneapolis. In addition to her academic experience, Marquis’ “Who’s Who” has chronicled Kozma multiple times as one of America’s most remarkable leaders. 

Prior to her professorship, Helene Kozma served as a financial analyst, where she gained business experience while administering peripheral corporate studies for her employer. Since then, Helene Kozma has secured an extensive teaching record as a professor at three institutions. Kozma has taught a wide array of courses, including Enriched Introduction to Rhetoric, Introduction to Information Systems, Developmental Reading and Writing, English Composition, Keyboarding for Information Processing, and Academic Skills Development. Helene Kozma also served as the Writing Center’s Faculty Tutor at St. Vincent’s College in Bridgeport, assisting students with the American Psychological Association method of source citation for research papers. 

Over the years, Helene Kozma has been recognized for her extraordinary leadership, obtaining the titles of “Who’s Who in American Women,” “Who’s Who in American Education,” and “Who’s Who in America.” In addition to these honors, Kozma was an online reviewer for D.J. Henry’s Developmental English textbook, Writing for Life. Helene Kozma affiliates herself with the American Association of University Women, and remains a former member of Toastmasters. 

Kozma completed Sacred Heart’s Computer Digital Learning Faculty Certification Program in 2007, and has recently perfected the Computer Blackboard Online Teaching Certificate Course at Bridgeport University. Further assisting her academic contribution, Helene Kozma composed the IDEAL Program, a proposal for adopting Freshman Seminar as a required course for all admissible students. Helene Kozma currently resides in Connecticut, where she continues to teach Communications at her alma mater, Sacred Heart University, and Writing: Paragraph to Essay at Housatonic Community College. When she is not working, Kozma enjoys good friends, cooking, needlework, and reading.

Work History

Work History


Sacred Heart University


2004 - 2007


Capella University