Genesis was born in Bayámon, Puerto Rico and currently resides in South Florida working as a professional model and hoping to continue her studies at Florida International University with a double major in Sociology and Political Science. Genesis is a Global Ambassador with “Innovating Health International” focusing on women’s public health, “Regular Hero,” raising awareness and resources for people in need around the world; "Global Empowerment, " providing emergency medical aid, food, housing and quality education; and "We Do Better," a movement which partakes in various acts of kindness around the world.
In addition, Genesis is passionate about being a voice for youth who battle with depression and anxiety, as a one who has overcome this illness, her goal is to inspire others. In her spare time, she loves to listen to music and spend quality time with her family.
Lou Schieffelin is an 11th grade student currently enrolled in advanced placement classes and a member of the National Honor Society. Lou has performed over 700 hours of community service, is a spirited athlete, was honored to be chosen by her school to represent The First Academy at the 2018 National Student Leadership Conference for Law in Washington, D.C. Lou’s future academic goals are to become a National Merit Finalist and graduate high school with collegiate honors.
Lou is an advocate for the Wounded Warrior Project and started empowerment programs including Positively Me with the Junior League of America and Youth Leadership LIVE, a non-profit that encourages today’s youth to explore STEM learning.Lou’s mission this year has been sharing with her peers the important message of – Stay Alive, Don’t Text & Drive – the initiative against Teen Texting…It Can WAIT.
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