Philésha graduated with honors from the University of Central Florida with a Bachelors of Arts in Criminal justice and a minor in Psychology.
Philésha graduated cum laude from Thurgood Marshall School of law in Houston, Texas where she was an active member in organizations such as the Board of Advocates and the Thurgood Marshall School of Law Journal on Gender, Race, and Justice.
Philésha worked as a student attorney for the Earl Carl Institute for Legal and Social Social Policy, Inc. where she dedicated most of her time serving the underprivileged communities of Houston. Philésha provided legal services in areas such as probate, clearing title to property, preventing foreclosures, property tax exemption, and protest assistance.
Philésha is also a credentialed mediator who has mediated various cases for Harris County Justice of the Peace courts and for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Philésha was also placed as an intern with the Texas American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organization as a Legal Policy Analyst during the 84th Texas legislative session where she had the opportunity to advocate for all workers.
Mrs. Philésha is a native of Daytona Beach, Florida where she saw fit to return and represent her community. Philésha manages a boutique law firm, specializing in Family Law, Estate Planning, Employment Law.