Anisha Crooms

CEO / Founder / Booking Agent

Anshia “Briclyn” Crooms, M.A., runs the point position as the Co-Founder of her Non-Profit Organization, Project Hygiene, Inc and as CEO of her multi-faceted business, Briclyn Entertainment Group, LLC which is a Boutique Booking and Events Agency specializing in Talent Booking, Talent Buying and Event Programming. Briclyn’s roster includes: GRAMMY Nominated Artist Eric Roberson, Emmy Award Winning Producer /Music Director Adam Blackstone, Singer-Songwriter / Emcee Maimouna Youssef aka Mumu Fresh, The Amours, Coline Creuzot, East Orange MACFest and TBL Live

Anshia is also the Co-Founder of Crush Your Craft, a workshop series that features creatives and entrepreneurs and is the owner of the Language of Love Music and Arts Festival.

After obtaining her B.S. in Communication Broadcast Journalism from Bowie State University, Anshia attended The New School in New York City to pursue her Master’s degree in Media Studies and Film. By the age of 23, she not only obtained her Master’s, but she also launched Briclyn in 2007.

She is the Co-Founder of Project Hygiene, Inc, a 501(c)3 Non-Profit organization established to support underprivileged youth ages 10-18 by encouraging enhanced health and wellness practices while denouncing bullying by donating toiletries and hosting engaging programs.

When she is not booking clients or producing events you can find her volunteering her time with the DC GRAMMY Chapter of the Recording Academy where she serves as a Board Governor, Music Business Co-Chair and Board Member to Creative Nomad, LTD, and is a member of Delta Sigma Theta, Sorority Inc.