On the way, this young actress, through her exceptional and natural play, attracted the attention of the public, the media and the diaspora. In 2003, she received the Ticket d'Or, her first best actress award for Barikad. She is crowned best actress again in 2006 for Cousine, also by Richard Sénécal at the Brooklyn International Film Festival in New York. In 2007, the President has AIDS, Arnold Antonin receives the Paul Robeson Award for best film and the Diaspora Grand Prix at Fespaco.
In 2010, after the earthquake, Gessica seeks to get involved in the recovery of her country, and is therefore hired by the United Nations. With 70 young social workers, she accompanies Miyamoto (a Japanese company specializing in anti-seismic constructions) and engineers from the Ministry of Public Works in the assessment of buildings in the most disadvantaged areas of Port-au-Prince. To identify potential beneficiaries of the emergency housing program launched by one of the UN agencies, UNOPS.
In parallel, Gessica is awarded a scholarship in Acting International in Paris. After completing her studies, she returned to Haiti and founded her production company 'Ayizan Productions' and began writing several documentary and drama projects. She currently lives between Haiti, Montreal and Paris where an agency called Talent Box takes care of her acting career.
Awards Brooklyn International Film Festival Year Category Movie Win / Nominated 2006 Certificate for Outstanding Achievement - Best Female Actor Cousins Win