Genesis Robinson is a political strategist and community organizer with over a decade of experience delivering results at the local, state, and federal level of government.
He's an alumnus of Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) where he studied Political Science and Public Administration.
He began his professional career in the United States House of Representatives, where he served as Legislative Assistant during the 113th and 114th Congress. Since then, he has held various positions throughout Volusia County and the state of Florida.
In 2018, while working in the Florida Legislature, Genesis assisted in the successful passage of legislation to select Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune as one of two people to represent the state of Florida in the National Statuary Hall Collection in the United States Capitol- a distinct honor which made her the first African American to represent any state in the country.
Genesis is the Chief Operating Officer of GROW Strategies LLC, a consulting firm which enables him to use his extensive experience to deliver results for his clients and effectuate positive change in his community.
He is married to Charlise Robinson, a Volusia County educator and they reside in Daytona Beach with their two children.