Pamela Fisher is the head of the youth and young adult theatrical division and a Vice President at Abrams Artists Agency in Los Angeles. As a respected talent agent for almost 12 years, she has been a large part of launching the careers of many Disney and Nickelodeon stars including Ariana Grande and Dove Cameron, while representing kids in both feature films and television. Fisher grew up in New York and fell in love with Broadway as a kid. She was a musical theater major at Long Island University/CW Post campus and went on to study at the American Music and Dramatic Academy in Manhattan. She spent summers choreographing and teaching at Stagedoor Manor where she too, had gone to theater camp as a kid. Later she taught an after school drama program at the elementary school PS 6 in New York that lead to the desire to start her own theater program. She founded Applause Theatrical workshops in 1995 which was a program that taught theater through the rehearsal process, and produced off Broadway workshops with children. Applause was quickly listed as one of the top theater schools for kids in the city. In 2000, she opened a second business called Broadway Babies which creatively utilized the premise of a "mommy and me" and toddler program using musical theater as the backdrop for teaching. It cleverly wove teaching points and stimulating educational activities into musically-themed classes introducing theater and musicals to a younger audience. Both programs were wildly successful and Fisher was profiled on CNN and the TODAY show whilst both Applause and Broadway Babies were featured in numerous regional and national publications such as New York Magazine, Big Apple Parent, In Style, and Time Out New York. Fisher wrote curriculum and taught for Applause and Broadway Babies in New York for nine years while also coaching in acting helping many students prepare auditions for entry into the HIGH SCHOOL OF PERFORMING ARTS, NYU and other college theater departments of their choice, with a very high success rate. In 2004, Fisher sold both companies and moved to Los Angeles to pursue her dream of becoming a youth talent agent, so she would be able to help kids take it to the next level in reaching for their dreams. She was awarded the Barrack Obama Volunteer of the Year award in 2014 for creating and donating the curriculum for the new K-5th grade drama program at Lanai Road Elementary school. The arts in education is something she feels very strongly about as she was introduced to the arts at a young age and it sparked a passion that lasted a lifetime and built a successful and fulfilling career.