Genelle Guzman McMillan was born and raised with her nine siblings in the tropical Island of Trinidad and Tobago with
immigrant grandparents of Venezuela, she is a college graduate of the Island’s North Eastern College. When she migrated
to the United States in the late 90’s, seeking her big break in the spot light; then decided to make it her permanent place of
residence in 2000.
Genelle worked many odd jobs hoping to find her dream job, which eventually landed working for
the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey as an Office Administrative Assistant in 2001. Later
she obtained Certification in Airport and Airline Management at the Vaughn Aeronautical College
She is a member of the Brooklyn Tabernacle Church and serves as a
volunteer for the American Red Cross and the 9/11 Tribute Center.
She has been the recipient of several awards and proclamations by Mayors and Senators of
New York since September 11, 2001, including a Medal of Honor from the Port Authority of
New York & New Jersey.
Genelle’s story been featured on numerous television and publications, including CNN, 700 Club,
Oprah, the Early Morning Show CBS, Time Magazine, Guidepost Magazine, National Geographic
and recently a miniseries called “ANGELS AMONG US” which was aired on the CMT channel, and
many more publicity. She authored her book entitled “Angel in the Rubble” published by
Simon and Schuster and released in the US and UK including Germany, Portuguese, New Zealand
Genelle lives in Long Island New York, a wife and mother of four children – Kimberly, Kadeem, Kaydi and Kellie. In addition
to her busy schedule, Genelle enjoys travelling domestically and internationally – sharing her testimony of overcoming
adversity with the encouragement of Prayer, Faith and Trusting in a higher power.