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Experience Matters

Pamela J. Phoenix is co-business owner of Phoenix Special Cakes, New Tylienian Catering and Phoenix Wholesale Seafood. She also works as a court field agent for Nationwide Evictions and represents properties in eviction cases in court. Mrs. Phoenix is the CEO and Founder of a non-profit business, Ministry Excellence Consulting, where she provides consultation services to individuals, churches, non-profits and for-profits in the area of company structuring.

Pamela previously founded and was Chief Executive Officer of Triple J & Associates, LLC, an oil and gas business with a component of class/mass toxic tort coordination.  In this position, she had dual roles:  1) working as an environmental advocate by investigating, educating and initiating environmental class and mass actions; and, 2) working as a Professional Landman for oil company drilling explorations. 

Over the years, Mrs. Phoenix has served communities volunteering in many capacities. She has a diverse background obtained from serving on the Planning and Zoning Commission, Tools 4 Life Outreach, East Texas Medical Academy, Black Nurses Rock, Smith County Appraisal Review Board, Total Healthcare, Harvey Canal Neighborhood Association and the YMCA – YES! Educational Services.

She has an extensive legal background as a Senior Paralegal in the states of Louisiana and Texas. Her primary areas of experience are contract law, medical malpractice (plaintiff and defense), arbitration, intellectual property, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate and family law, etc.

Mrs. Phoenix received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 2003 from Loyola University in New Orleans, Louisiana and was named in the 2003 Who’s Who Among Students.  She began pursuing a law degree in Fall 2010 through Concord Law School. She obtained her Master’s in Biblical Studies in 2017 from Bread of Life Christian University Theological Seminary and is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Biblical Studies from Faith Christian Bible College.

Pamela is the proud mother of three, Juan, Jasmine and Jewel, and grandmother of Jacobe’, JaDarius, Jimarion, Rozlyn, Jcholae, Journae, Ja’Juan, and Jai'Kee. She is a native of Harvey, Louisiana, a suburb of New Orleans, and was displaced by Hurricane Katrina in 2005.  Since that time, Mrs. Phoenix has made her home in Tyler, Texas.  

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