Adam Swift has been a Computer Science teacher at Egg Harbor Township High School in Southern New Jersey since 2009. By attracting under-represented groups of students, the computer science program has tripled in size. Thirty percent of his Intro students over the past four years have been female, with a majority continuing on to take AP CS. Adam continues to try to market computer science to the entire student body in hope of expanding the program. In March 2014, he organized a district wide project to introduce students at all grade levels to CS through the programming of Finch Robots. His computer science students traveled throughout the district mentoring/tutoring elementary students on how to program the robots. He has also implemented 2D animation, 3D printing, and mobile applications into his curriculum in an attempt to meet the different interests of all his students with a focus on female students and other underrepresented groups. Adam has encouraged his students to get involved outside of the classroom making lessons come to life. Through participation in hackathons, programming competitions, online cybersecurity challenges, and FBLA Competitive Events focused on computer science, his female students have been able to network with other females throughout the state and have seen success at the state and national level. The success of his female students in their endeavors and their willingness to be Computer Science advocates has led to a snowball effect increasing enrollment of female students in his computer science courses. Along with his colleagues and faculty at Stockton University, he was a co-founder of the CSTA South Jersey Chapter and currently serves as the Chapter's President. Additionally, Adam is serving as a facilitator for code.org's CSP curriculum training at TCNJ and is an adjunct CS Professor at Stockton University. Adam has attended a variety of workshops/seminars including the CS AP Exam Reading (June 2015), the NSF Sponsored Computer Science Research Experience for Teachers @ Drexel University (Summer 2014), Tapestry Workshop @ University of Virginia (Summer 2013), and CSTA Annual Conference (Summer 2013), CS4HS (Summer 2012, 2013), NJ Teen Tech (Spring 2011, 2012, 2015), and AP Computer Science Institute Workshop (Summer 2011).