Genesis is sponsoring two members of the Whitehouse High School Student Council (STUCO) who will be attending the TASC State Convention later in the year. Whitehouse High School is running to serve as a State Office School for the Texas Association of Student Councils with Jarret Carnes as the state representative. Their platform is a program called “Adopt Together” and is dedicated to both helping families fund adoption and advocating for adoption. If they win, Whitehouse will be elected to the state board of directors and be able to spread their agenda to youth leaders across the State of Texas.
Pictured (L-R): Phil Burks (Genesis CEO), Jarret Carnes (WHSTUCO President), Hannah McGinnis (WHSTUCO VP), Jim Nipp (Genesis President).