Sean Glantz (He/Him)


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My CSTA Story

Since joining CSTA in 2018, Sean has been an enthusiastic advocate for educators from other disciplines to try their hand at CS education. Sean is passionate about giving all students exposure to CS and coding, and he is working to recruit more educators to make that a possibility. This dream, along with the inspiring community of educators he met through CSTA, motivated him to join the leadership team in his home chapter of CSTA Sacramento in 2020. In 2022 Sean took on an additional role with CSTA as the regional chapter support coordinator for the west.

My Story

Sean supports CSTA chapters throughout the western region and serves on the leadership team for CSTA Sacramento.

In addition to his work with CSTA, Sean teaches computer science and career and technical education (CTE) in Davis, CA, manages the DV Makerspace, and serves as the advisor for his high school’s CS Honor Society and Girls Who Code club. Sean is a facilitator for’s AP Computer Science Principles curriculum, a fellow with Project Invent, and a Certified Agile Leader in K–12 education.

Before becoming an educator, Sean worked as a botanist for the US Forest Service in the Lake Tahoe Basin and throughout the Sierra Nevada.