Traci Saulsberry, who was most recently SVP, Communications for Peacock, has signed with a literary agent and is prepping her own tome.

Saulsberry, who worked on shows such as Bel Air, Girls5eva and The Voice during her time at the media conglomerate, has signed with ArtHouse Literary Agency. She will be repped by founder Felice Laverne.

It comes as she is preparing Inside A Black Girls Journal, a “guidebook to finding your voice”.  Saulsberry and ArtHouse, which specializes in authors with diverse voices and perspectives, are about to go to market with the proposal.

Laverne, who has edited books such as Zerlina Maxwell’s The End of White Politics, and Paola Ramos’ Finding Latinx: In Search of the Voices Redefining Latino Identity, launched the agency in 2021.

Saulsberry left NBCU at the end of last year. She also oversaw communications for shows such as Saved By The Bell. Before taking on the Peacock job, she was SVP, Communications at NBC, where she oversaw unscripted series and its alternative studio, working on shows such as America’s Got Talent and the Golden Globes.

Former Peacock Comms Chief Traci Saulsberry Preps Book, Signs With Literary Agent

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