Michael G. Horsey is a Partner with Mitchell & Titus. He is the market leader for the firm’s Private Client Services Practice. Michael has over 37 years of experience in audit, taxation, and financial analysis. Prior to joining Mitchell & Titus, Michael spent several years at Coopers & Lybrand (now PricewaterhouseCoopers) and Johnson & Johnson Co. Michael received a Bachelor of Science in Economics from University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Finance and Commerce.
Michael is Certified Public Accountant and is licensed in several states. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA), the Virginia Society of CPA’s, National Association of Black Accountants (NABA), the Union League of Philadelphia, the Pennsylvania Society, The Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., and the Forum. Additionally, Michael serves on the board of directors of the Mu Omega Foundation, Police Athletic League (PAL), Avenue of the Arts, Inc. (AAI), Committee of Seventy, the Black Women in Sports Foundation (BWSF) in Philadelphia, PA, the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce (GPCC), the African American Chamber of Commerce (AACC), To Our Children’s Future with Health (TOCFWH), The Ivy Legacy Foundation, and the Advisory Board of Select Greater Philadelphia in Philadelphia, PA.
Michael was recognized by SmartCEO magazine as one of the top Certified Public Accountants in Philadelphia (2011). Michael received the Philadelphia Business Journal Minority Business Leader Award (2012). In addition, he led the firm’s nomination profile to award Mitchell & Titus as the 2012 Supplier of the Year (Class 3) by the PA-NJ-DE Minority Supplier Development Council.
Michael is a life member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Mu Omega Chapter, where he served as chapter and district Keeper of Finance. Michael served on the ways and means committee as part of Tyrone Gilmore’s (past Grand Basileus) administration. Michael is also an original organizer of the fraternity’s credit union and networking initiative the “Center City Ques.”
Michael is the Founder of The Phoenix Club of Philadelphia and creator of the Philadelphia Phoenix Awards where he recognizes annually the most outstanding male and female basketball player in the Philadelphia Public League.
The Dawn Staley Award was also created by Michael to recognize annually the best collegiate female guard in the country. His AAU program (DBL Phoenix) established in 2001 resulted in 51 African American females securing Division I basketball scholarships. Currently, Michael is establishing a not-for-profit organization for the primary purpose of supporting athletic programs in public schools.