Aidan Fitzgerald, President
Hello, I am Aidan Fitzgerald, your SkillsUSA State President. I attend Polytech High School and am a sophomore in Computer Engineering Technology. I am excited to be on the team again and am looking forward to help make Delaware SkillsUSA successful at providing students the opportunity to learn and compete!

Madison Kibler, Vice President of Communications
Hello, My name is Madison Kibler. I am serving as the Vice President of Communications for SkillsUSA 2019-2020. I am a Junior in Criminal Justice, and love competing in the various competitions that Delaware SkillsUSA has to offer. In my free time I enjoy traveling and learning as much as possible. I encourage every student to get involved in SkillsUSA by competing in competitions and speaking with officers!

Troy Bishop, Polytech Vice President of Leadership
Hello, my name is Troy Bishop. I am currently serving as your 2019-2020 Vice President of Leadership. I am a Junior at Polytech in the Welding shop. I proudly participate in National Honor Society, cross country, swim team, and track & field. I look forward to watching everyone compete in the technical areas, and wish you all luck. If you have any questions about SkillsUSA feel free to contact me. I look forward to a great year!

Ruth Bermudez-Roman, Secretary
Hello, My name is Ruth Bermudez-Roman and I am currently State Secretary for SkillsUSA 2019-2020! I am currently a junior at POLYTECH experiencing the Electronics Engineering Technology program. In my free time, I enjoy photography and volunteering around my community. I look forward to see what SkillsUSA will able to accomplish in the upcoming year.

Noah Wandless, Polytech Vice President of Community Service
My name is Noah Wandless, I am a sophomore at Polytech High School and I am in the Engineering Design Technology pathway. I am your Delaware SkillsUSA Vice President of Community service. I enjoy playing soccer, and keeping active in the off season with crossfit. I try my hardest in school and plan on going to college after high school.