Founded in July 2014 after the Partner4CS Workshop at the University of Delaware, the mission of our Chapter is to further the mission of CSTA and to increase the coverage and improve the depth of Computer Science education in Delaware.
We are educators, business members, and community members that are passionate about supporting the continued growth and improvement of Computer Science education in Delaware.
President: Kammas Kersch
I teach chemistry and computer science at St. Elizabeth High School in Wilmington. I also serve as the tech coach for the upper school. I am passionate about making sure all students have the opportunity to learn computer science and that all educators feel confident to facilitate that learning. I am an Apple Distinguished Educator and a Google Certified Teacher. I have been serving as an officer for CSTA Delaware since 2016.
Vice President: Kate Williams
I have been a teacher for 21 years, with the last 6 years as a Technology Coordinator/Media Specialist for Holy Cross School in Dover. I started our Engineering/Robotics program 5 years ago for the 6th, 7th, and 8th graders, and also head our Solar Sprint teams. I am also a Google Certified teacher, and have been a member of  CSTA since 2016.
Secretary: Krista Liss-Stoume

Krista Liss-Stoume’s desire is to work collaboratively to help students and teachers develop the tools to become productive, lifelong learners in an ever-changing world. She is very passionate about Career and Technical Education and in 2016 fell in love with computer science after attending her first CS summer workshop at the University of Delaware. Since then she has participated in and presented at several computer science professional development events, including Partner4CS, CS PD Week, InfoSys Pathfinders Summer Institute, Delaware CS Summit and the Delaware Pathways Conference. She currently teaches business and computer science at Springer Middle School. Prior to this school year, Krista was the high school computer science pathway teacher at Odyssey Charter School, teaching ECS, AP CSP, and AP CS-A. In this role she also served as the Department Chair for the Computer Science & Business Department, and Team Leader for the high school electives team. Krista’s previous experience includes teaching middle and high school business, and computer applications (grades 2-8). Prior to returning to education in 2013, Krista worked in various fields, including banking/investments, insurance, and small business coaching and compliance. She enjoys spending time with her husband, Ed, and her three children: Emma (18), Jonathan (16), and Sam (8).

Treasurer: Patti Mooney