Sabrina Guice is the founder of Lenox Avenue Entertainment located in Atlanta, Georgia. For two decades, she has been a veteran public relations and entertainment consultant as well as an independent book publisher. Her clients have included celebrities, filmmakers, musicians, multimillion dollar corporations, and non-profits. As a publisher, she has ghostwritten 32 books for clients. During her tenure as a publicist, she secured major media placement and buzz interest with outlets such as CNN, BBC, MSNBC, Los Angeles Times, New York Times, USA Today, ABC News, Oprah Winfrey's Satellite Radio, The New Yorker, CBS, and over one thousand other media outlets including international. She has expanded her media reach into television and film production with her first producer's credit on the docu-drama "55 TILL NOW" and also served as the publicist for 12-time Emmy Award-winning television writer David Smyrl and the production of his stage comedy play "Don't Be Ridiculous". She has also worked with other actors, producers, and decision makers in the film and television industry as a consultant and is the executive producer on an international documentary that is in development. Through her efforts, she secured $1.5-million in funding commitments for a media startup company.
A veteran PR and entertainment consultant as well as an independent book publisher with 32 books ghostwritten for clients. In less than a year she’s secured $1.5-million in funding commitments for a media startup.