Wilce Mascary was born and raised in Massachusetts. He started his youth work journey in early 2018 working with youth in Brockton. Around the same time he found a passion for poetry and has been performing since. Wilce served two years of service through Americorps, one at ZUMIX and one at the Burke High School in Dorchester, Mass., as a City Year representative. In 2019, Wilce was hired as a full-time member of the ZUMIX team. Since the pandemic, WIlce has worked with youth and community in spaces such as Hip-Hop Therapy run by Roxbury Community Centre and is one of the organizers of the Black Men Collective of Boston. Over the years, his passion for service has grown and he is available to help youth find their next steps in life after high school.