Genesis Rubin, is the Program Coordinator II at PEERS Envisioning and Engaging in Recovery Services where she manages the Transitional Age Youth (TAY) program. Genesis has a long history in youth engagement. She has served in both direct service and leadership roles providing skills and knowledge around self-wellness, career-coaching, academic advising, and social enterprise. As someone who has cared for family members with mental health struggles, she is honored to be a part of the PEERS family.  Genesis is dedicated to eliminating the stigma of mental health in urban communities. She diligently works to broaden the perspective of positive self – wellness and resiliency to the world. Genesis uses the art of lyrics and music as a wellness tool to facilitate and connect with youth and young adults.