Medjine Philis-Volcy: Shares her love with children

Medjine Philis-Volcy.

Medjine Philis-Volcy was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti on Aug. 1, 1977, and raised and grew up there.

After high school, Philis-Volcy pursued a bachelor’s degree in accounting at University Quisqueya in Haiti.

After migrating to the United States, she worked as an administrative assistant at Solution Management Group.

In 2005, she pursued a business management certificate at Baruch College, City University of New York; she is currently enrolled at Kingsborough Community College in the Continuing Education Program, where she is studying accounting.

Philis-Volcy has been working as a professional tax accountant for several years.

“I believe in working hard,” she says. “I love to work, love my clients, cherish them a lot. They are the reason I look forward to going to work every day. They give me joy. I love what I do.”

Philis-Volcy said her “beautiful, four-year-old little boy” is “the most precious gift I have ever had.”

“I’m so grateful that my Father Lord was able to bless me with such a gift,” she said. “For that reason, my dream is to live to give.”

“My heart is reaching out to a specific generation, the kids,” she added. “I know they are the most vulnerable, angelic and innocent human being on this earth. I want to be a blessing to them.”

Philis-Volcy said she has decided to be a giver by partnering with the Joel Osteen Ministry.

She donates to K-love Radio Ministry, Care USA, and is a sponsor of a child, Leslie Yamileth, in Salvador, through the World Vision Ministry.

“I look for ways to bless others with the little that I have, because it takes pleasure in giving and being a blessing to others,” she said.




University Quisqueya in Haiti, bachelor’s degree in accounting


“Joel Osteen and Oprah Winfrey are two most wonderful people God put on my path that I adore and admire a lot,” Philis-Volcy says. “From listening to them, I gain insight, wisdom, knowledge and experience. They impacted my life, they inspire me to build up, they challenge me to go higher by what they say and what they do.”


“Don’t just accept whatever comes your way in life. You were born to win, you were born for greatness, you were created to be a champion in life.” – Joel Osteen

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