Genevieve has a long professional career in the non-profit sector working for organizations such as Metropolitan Family Services in Chicago and The Environmental Careers Organization in Boston. She joined CFEVA’s staff in 2001 as the Director of Programming. In this capacity, Gen headed the Career Development Program (now the Visual Artist Fellowship) and mounted numerous exhibitions throughout the region. In 2004, Genevieve established CFEVA’s Regional Community Arts Program (RCAP)—a vehicle to bring substantial career development opportunities to Philadelphia’s visual artists. Genevieve currently manages the Visual Artist Fellowship, Regional Community Arts Program, and CFEVA's residencies.
In addition to her role at CFEVA, Gen is a practicing documentary photographer and ethnographer who exhibits extensively locally, nationally and internationally. In 2007, her work was featured in Women to Watch: Photography in Philadelphia at the National Museum for Women in the Arts, curated by Susan Fisher Sterling. Her work also appears in numerous national and international collections, including SEI’s West Collection. She received her Bachelors of Science in Photojournalism from Boston University, and a Masters of Science in Anthropology from the University of PA.