Making a Difference Everywhere!
Eiesha Horsley is the Owner and Director of M.A.D.E. Today, Inc., “Making a Difference Everywhere.”
Eiesha is also a renowned author, instructor, PhD scholar, life coach, volunteer, mentor, and philanthropist. As a life coach, Eiesha has a passion for helping others and guiding them to achieve goals and aspirations. She aids in positioning others to take control of their lives, response tactics to life tribulations, overcoming issues of self-esteem, and grasping financial stability. Eiesha is also a motivational and public speaker for several major corporations.
M.A.D.E. is a professional development organization where Eiesha directs, conducts, and leads programs working with community and State organizations, families, and youth.
A native of Pittsburgh, PA, Eiesha was delighted to become a professional cheerleader for the Carolina Panthers in the 2005, 2010, 2011, and 2012 Top Cat Squads. She also served as Captain and Charitable Committee Chair during that period.
Currently, Mrs. Eiesha is a proud member of the Atlanta Falcons 2015, 2016 and current 2017 Cheerleading squad. She was proud to cheer at the 2017 Super Bowl in Houston, Texas.
Affectionately known as “Coach Eiesha” she has led M.A.D.E. in their successes by grasping over 459 regional titles, 292 state titles, and 308 national titles in both cheerleading and dance in over 6 states!
Coach Eiesha has also served as the Spirit Coach (Cheer & Dance Director) for Winthrop University in Rock Hill, SC; Dance, Flag & Majorette Coordinator and Instructor at Johnson C. Smith University, and Cheer Director for the Thomas Gymnastics Cheerleading All-Star Team in Rock Hill, SC.
Eiesha is former Mrs. Georgia America 2014-2015 which is a preliminary to the Mrs. America pageant. As a contestant in the Mrs. America Pageant 2014, she has maintained her ongoing initiative to promote her platform M.A.D.E. Today, Inc. through volunteering and positive role modeling.
She is the wife of Major Jarrell Horsley of the United States Army and resides in Georgia.