Visiting Assistant Professor
Mandeville Hall, 22B
Doctor of Education, Higher Educational Leadership & Innovation, Wilmington University
Master of Business Administration, Sacred Heart University
Bachelor of Science in Accounting & Computer Information Systems, Albertus Magnus College
James K. Page, MBA, came to the University as an adjunct in 2015 while employed as Chief Operating Officer at a charter school in Fairfield County. James has over 17 years of accounting and finance experience in the private, public and not-for profit sector.
James is heavily involved in the surrounding communities and was appointed by Norwalk, CT’s Mayor in 2015 to the Board of Estimate and Taxation which serves as the City’s fiscal authority and budget-setting body. He created his own financial literacy program which provides workshops for adults, children and at-risk youth. He also serves on the board of The Helper’s Club; an organization that raises scholarship funds for high school seniors transitioning into higher education.
James has taught accounting, computer information systems, and entrepreneurial courses at Albertus Magnus College, Gateway Community College, Naugatuck Community College, Post University and University of Bridgeport Trefz School of Business.
James Page now joins the University’s Trefz School of Business as a full-time Visiting Accounting Professor and Advisor.
Principles of Accounting
Financial Accounting Systems
Creativity and Innovation in Accounting
Higher Educational Leadership & Innovation