Phil Brock, the owner of Studio Talent Group, has resigned from his post as president of the Talent Managers Association, TMA announced on Friday.
The association's board of directors first vice president, Annet McCroskey, will step into the role as president until TMA holds its regularly scheduled elections this summer.
“As First Vice President of the TMA, I am happy to support our Board and members by taking the seat of President until the elections later this year,” McCroskey, the head of Artistic Endeavors, said. “We are focusing most of our attention now on the planning of more panel events for our members and especially this year’s 12th Annual Heller Awards."
TMA is a non-profit organization founded in 1954 to stand up for the ethics in the field of talent management. Its annual Heller Awards, which will be given in September, honor talent representatives and casting professionals for excellence in their fields.