Timothy L. Kuzma, President & CEO of the Polish Falcons of America, received his bachelor’s degree in journalism from Point Park College, now Point Park University, in 1983. He began his career with the Polish Falcons of America in 1985, serving as editor of the Sokol Polski, the official publication of the Polish Falcons. In 1996 he was elected the organization’s National First Vice President, and in 2000 he was elected National Secretary/Treasurer. In 2008 he was elected National President of the Polish Falcons.
He is a past president of the Fraternal Societies of Greater Pittsburgh and currently serves as treasurer. Mr. Kuzma was elected a Director of the American Fraternal Alliance in 2012 and eventually served as Chairman of the Board in 2019 and 2020.
Mr. Kuzma is currently the National Secretary of the Polish American Congress.
In 2010, Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski presented Mr. Kuzma with the prestigious Order of Merit from the Polish Republic for contributions to Polish culture and causes in the United States. Mr. Kuzma resides in the Regent Square area of Wilkinsburg, Pa., with his wife of almost 30 years, Patricia.