Meet Mia's Team

Dr. David Genecov, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.A.A.P

Dr. David Genecov, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.A.A.P 

David Genecov, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.A.A.P is the director of the International Craniofacial Institute and the Cleft Lip and Palate Treatment Center.  He is internationally recognized and specializes in craniomaxillofacial and cleft surgery for children and adults with congenital and acquired malformations.

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Dr. Jeffery Genecov, M.S.D., F.I.C.D., F.A.C.D

Dr. Jeffery Genecov, M.S.D., F.I.C.D., F.A.C.D

Jeffrey Genecov, D.D.S., M.S.D., F.I.C.D., F.A.C.D is a Board Certified orthodontist with over 27 years experience with craniofacial and cleft lip and palate related orthodontics. 

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Dr. Timothy Trone, Otolaryngologist

Dr. Timothy Trone, Otolaryngologist

Dr. Timothy H. Trone is a board-certified otolaryngologist with over 30 years of practice experience, specializing in the pediatric airway, pediatric and adult sinus surgery, and evaluation and surgery for sleep apnea.

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Jase Robertson

Jase Robertson, Foundation Patron 

Jason Robertson, the second to oldest son of Phil and Marsha “Kay” Robertson, has proven himself time and time again a family man first and a business man second. He learned to appreciate bonding time with his father, the Duck Commander himself, through hunting trips, expeditions, and more. He is married to his wife of 29 years, Missy Robertson, and enjoys spending his time with his family, speaking to crowds about his love for the Lord, treasure hunting, playing golf and, of course, hunting ducks.

Jase took up hunting at a young age in order to bond with his father. Along with his brothers, Jase did everything possible to take time off for a hunting expedition, even if it meant missing a few days of school. This dedication later would become the inspiration behind his many breaking inventions and duck calls, such as the ‘triple threat’, a famous duck call that uses three reeds rather than the traditional two reeds. His innovativeness and out of the box thinking has helped his company, Duck Commander, of which he serves as COO, transform into a multi-million dollar company. As COO, Jase is in charge of the manufacture of the Duck Call's out all, fine tuning them and creating new ones.

Jase enjoys laughing and making others laugh. He is often portrayed as the jokester in his families hit television show, Duck Dynasty. From mischief making to speaking “duckinese”, Jase has always brought a smile to everyone’s face while keeping relationships strong.

Jase is well known for his devotion to his faith in God, family,  and his company. Jase met Missy at a young age, and has since been a strong advocate for treating women with the utmost of respect. Jase Robertson has shown to be an incredible example of his devotion to his faith, family, relationships, business & integrity. His attitude towards his children, family and others has branded him as being one of America’s most respected figures. Jase loves his family, and enjoys taking time to be with them. While he has achieved many things, he keeps his family at the top of his list to assure his priorities remain straight. He finds the greatest joy in his wife, Missy, and their children.


Mia Robertson, Foundation Patron


Mia Elaine Robertson is the third and youngest child of Jase and Missy Robertson. Born on September 12, 2003, Mia was both beautiful and special. Missy and Jase had learned earlier that Mia would be born with a bilateral cleft lip and palate, which could potentially make it difficult for her to eat, form words and more. This cleft lip formed two gaps on either side of her upper lip, and it was made apparent that surgery would be necessary.

Mia underwent her first surgery when she was just 3 months old, which focused mostly on the correction of her cleft lip. This was a touch time for both Jase and Missy emotionally, as it was difficult to see their beautiful little daughter go through so much.

Through all of this, Mia quickly became herself, developing a unique and distinct personality that would help her endure so much in the future. From a young age, it became apparent that Mia held a positive and loving outlook on life and all those involved with it. Later, this would prove useful as she would undergo many painful surgeries and became an example of positive thinking and humility across the globe.

Over the years, Mia underwent several surgeries to assure that her cleft lip and palate were being treated. Though it was inconvenient and painful, Mia maintained a positive attitude and established relationships with her doctors. Despite her many trials, she was required to wear a headgear for 12-14 hours a day. Again, Mia was positive and showed incredible support for anything that was required of her.

One of Mia's most difficult surgeries took place in January of 2014 and was highlighted on Duck Dynasty on A&E in the episode entitled "Stand By Mia". Thousands of fans proclaimed her as a beautiful example to young women everywhere. Since then, she has had three additional surgeries and is expected to have another one before she is 18.

Mia loves serving at Camp Ch-Yo-Ca in the summers, being a varsity cheerleader at West Monroe High School, running track, playing the piano and ukelele, and spending as much time as possible with her cousins and friends. Jase and Missy could not be more proud of the incredible obstacles Mia has overcome and can think of no better face to represent the Mia Moo Fund.


Missy Robertson, Foundation Patron

Missy Robertson has learned to live life in the spotlight as she played an important part in her family’s record-breaking reality television series, Duck Dynasty. Despite the increased publicity on her family, company and personal life, she has managed to become a strong voice for morality and virtue both locally and globally.


Missy is a devoted mother of three children who focuses on having a strong, happy and loving family. She married Jase Robertson at age 19 and has supported him ever since. She has contributed heavily to the Robertson family business, Duck Commander, and has been an integral part of the success that the family and company have seen in recent years.

Missy is always the first to recognize the hand of God in her life as she continually sets a prime example of humility and consistent faith in her public and personal life. In order to show her gratitude for her many blessings, she spends a large amount of her time volunteering to give back to her community. She worked hard as the crafts director for nine summers at Camp Ch-Yo-Ca, a local Christian youth camp where both she and Jase spent many summers as kids. She is heavily involved in missionary work, both domestically and internationally. Missy and her family, along with their church, work selflessly to help others find faith and happiness through charity. One example is her constant contribution to the well-being and support of an orphanage in the Dominican Republic. When she isn’t filming for Duck Dynasty or volunteering at local charities, Missy enjoys touring the United States to spread her testimony of Jesus Christ through public speech.

One of Missy’s greatest passions has always been music, and she has devoted a large portion of her life to writing and performing vocal compositions. She spent many years as a volunteer music teacher at her children’s school, Ouachita Christian School.  In order to more fully spread her message of modesty and self-worth for women, for a few years Missy had her own clothing line with the hope that women will be able to feel beautiful while being modest and virtuous. Her self-titled clothing line promoted individuality and self-confidence with many different stunning styles that accented the natural feminine beauty. She also had a jewelry company for 5 years, Laminin by Missy Robertson, and employed women who were in the midst of overcoming drug addition, sex trafficking, abuse and homelessness.  She now owns and operates a wedding venue and bed & breakfast at Logtown Plantation close to her home in Monroe, LA.  Above all of her many impressive achievements, she holds her family at the top. She finds the most joy in her 29-year marriage to Jase and through her ever-growing family.