Genise and her husband Joe, a workers’ compensation attorney, live in Affton and enjoy participating in community activities and enjoying the outdoors. In her spare time Genise enjoys baking, crafts, athletic, and spending as much time as possible with her family. Genise understands the pressures facing families as was a single parent prior to remarrying, had to crunch budgets to provide for her son Paul and send him to college. She is very proud of Paul who currently works as an organizer with the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME).
These next fews months will determine if Missourian's are Ready for a Difference in Jefferson City. Genise is Fired Up, and Ready to Go! She is ready to go to Jeff City and stand up for you and what you believe in. This election is not about Genise, its about You! Thats what this campaign has always been about! Please go to our website and sign up to Volunteer in this Historic Campaign http://www.gmontecillo.com/
Genise is working hard each day to be elected the next State Representative for the 66th House District. Genise is out knocking on doors, and making phone calls to residents. She is the Democratic Candidate in the 66th District. Montecillo plans to go to Jeff City and work for you! She has her plans to help Missourians, but she cant do it alone. Genise is counting on us to help her send the message for Change in the 66th district. She is working everyday to ensure a victory for the working men and women of Missouri.
Genise taught in the Special School District for 24 years, (the past 18 of those years in the Lindbergh school district). Her dedication as an educator shows her commitment and passion for public education. A product of public education herself, Genise believes every child deserves a strong public education and will fight to protect education in Jefferson City. She is a member of MNEA (Missouri National Education Association).
Genise is the daughter of a retired union ironworker, Genise understands the importance of working families to Missouri. Her father, Gene Chumbler, is a retired member of Ironworkers Local 396, as well as a former president and business agent. While growing up Genise and her family faced layoffs, unemployment, work injuries, and family separation as her father at times needed to travel for work. She is committed to protecting workers’ rights such as the right to organize, collective bargaining and fair wages in Jefferson City.