Annet McCroskey of Artistic Endeavors was awarded The Heller Award for Manager of the Year 2013. She was the first female TMA President in the last 20 years. Prior to being elected President in 2013, she served two terms as Treasurer of the organization and currently serves as the First Vice President. She has been a TMA member since 2005 and promoting ethical business practices in the field of Talent Management.
She is also on the Board of Advisors for Children In Film and a Executive member of Women In Film, the Sundance Institute and is a voting judge for the Emmy Awards.
She is an advocate for the protection of children’s rights in the entertainment business and for the inclusion of more diverse and LBGT actors in more lead roles. She volunteers at A Place Called Home in South Central Los Angeles and has a special interest in indigenous and women’s rights, and social and environmental issues.
Annet strongly believes in education and paying it forward. She encourages her clients to attend college and to give back to their communities and to actively be involved with charity work.
In 2014 Annet co-founded the non-profit organization Artistic Dreams Foundation- helping young performers with hardships continue their careers in entertainment and the arts.