Hélène Miller grew up in the Southern French Alps and moved to Los Angeles, California in 1990. She attended UCLA and graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies. She lived in California for ten years working in development and fundraising at the UCLA/Armand Hammer Museum of Art. Hélène moved to Connecticut in 1999 and then to Savannah in 2002. She first joined the St. Andrew’s community in 2002 when her daughter, Nina started 4K. Hélène served as a substitute teacher in the lower school and worked as a French tutor until she joined the faculty full-time in 2012. She has two daughters, Nina SAS Class of 2016 and Lucy Class of 2022. When she is not teaching, she enjoys reading, art and design, genealogy, traveling and spending time with her French family in Provence.