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Helen J. Streubert, Ed.D., College of Saint Elizabeth President

President Streubert's headshotDr. Helen J. Streubert is the seventh president of the College of Saint Elizabeth (CSE), having assumed the role on July 1, 2013. Her leadership is focused on strengthening the mission of the College, particularly advancing academic excellence established by the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth and collaborating with the college community to continue to develop leaders committed to service.

Under Dr. Streubert's leadership, the College embarked upon a five-year strategic plan from 2015-2020 that courageously sets a direction to continue providing a high-quality education to those who may not have access. This included guiding the College to become fully co-educational in 2016 with a platform that continues the commitment to the development of women's leadership.

During this time, the College raised more than $14 million in capital funding and successfully completed a number of significant campus renovations.

Among the new programs launched at the College are the doctorate in Educational Leadership with a Higher Education Concentration (Ed.D.), Master of Science in Physician Assistant, Master of Science in Data Analytics, Master of Arts in Social Media Design and Management, Master of Arts in Applied Behavioral Analysis, Master of Public Health (MPH), Bachelor of Arts in Sports Management, Bachelor of Social Work, Bachelor of Science in Computer Software Engineering and a four-year prelicensure Bachelor of Nursing.

Dr. Streubert serves on the boards of the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of New Jersey, New Jersey Independent College Fund, National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities and Academic Search and is a member of the New Jersey President's Council, and Colonial States Athletic Conference. She also has chaired accreditation teams for New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and Middle States Commission on Higher Education.

Prior to joining the College of Saint Elizabeth, she held academic leadership positions in Texas and Pennsylvania. During her tenure in higher education, she has served as a professor, department chair, division chair, special assistant to the president, service-learning center director, and associate vice president of academic affairs.

Dr. Streubert holds a doctoral degree from Teacher's College, Columbia University, New York, N.Y., a Master of Science in Nursing from Villanova University, Villanova, Pa. and a bachelor of science from Cedar Crest College, Allentown, Pa.