Lenora Claire

Lenora Claire

Known as “The Erin Brockovich of stalking”, Lenora Claire is a crime survivor turned advocate and activist. After her story appeared on shows such as 48 Hours, CBS news, and Dr. Oz, Lenora realized she not only had a platform to propose much needed legislation, but an opportunity to educate and connect with other victims.

After years of helping others obtain protective orders, navigate law enforcement and the judicial system, volunteering as a human shield in court, and speaking about risk minimization at schools, Lenora made a fast friendship with the equally inclusive and like minded founder of The Victim Advocacy Project, Melissa Centi. Based in California, The Victim Advocacy Project is a non profit organization benefitting victims of violent crimes, with a focus on stalking, sexual assault, and domestic violence.

The Victim Advocacy Project provides a broad range of resources such as advocates for court, assistance with therapy and medical costs, home security, and help with relocation. All victims deserve respect and assistance free of judgement, and The Victim Advocacy Project is proud to provide support and guidance on their healing journey.