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Annie Thomas-Landrum

Thank you so much for visiting the site!


My name is Annie Thomas-Landrum and I am the owner of Managing Me Enterprises, (a job I made-up so I could do all the things I love most: helping companies to build teams and work environments that people love, in part by planning parties, er, “retreats”).

I have an MSN in Nursing Leadership and Administration and am just under half-way finished with a PhD in Psychology, which I dream will one day be finished as well.


I became a third-generation nurse in 2004 and have gotten to work in all kinds of settings including neuro-surgical ICU, labor and delivery, home health and hospice, international travel health, healthcare marketing, inpatient mental healthcare, nursing education, and large-scale contact tracing.

My programs have grown out of my own journey of burnout and compassion fatigue, and I am so excited to be able to share my story and create space for other people to share their story as well!


My husband Cris (best Operations Director ever!!) and our incredible daughters Abbie and Emma partner with me in this endeavor every single day. Our family lives in the wild, amazing adventure that is Talkeetna, Alaska with way too many animals I have collected from all over including two dogs, three cats and a bunny to date. As Talkeetna is the ONLY city we've ever heard of with the distinction of having a Cat Mayor, our daughters are planning to mount an exciting campaign to have one of our cats elected, so stay tuned for updates!


Who We Are as a Company



To foster resilience, first in ourselves and then in others be they individuals, organizations or communities. We pursue this goal through dynamic connectedness, compassionate communication, and a stubbornly determined evolution that allows who we are to create what will be.



To promote resilience and healthy, connected cultures in an ever-growing number of people and spaces.


7 Core Values

1. Resilience 

2. Relationality 

3. Balance

4. Authenticity 

5. Stubborn Determination 

6.  Better Failure 

7.  Acceptance 

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