Hailing from a small town outside of Atlanta, GA, Lenore Coer is a natural-born storyteller. She is self-diagnosed with the middle child syndrome: the forgotten one, the one that was ignored. Because of this, her imagination has always been a place where young girls receive the admiration and acknowledgment that she so desperately wanted to feel growing up.
Her stories reflect the lessons she learned growing up in a Christian, two- parent household, and the secrets she’s carried about life choices, sex and sexuality that she was too afraid to live out aloud. The goal of her writing is to explore the complexities of what it looks and feels like to be a woman of color in today’s world. Lenore paints a picture that most women, no matter where they’re from, can identify with and feel.
Lenore has honed her gifts in front of and behind the camera by completing a B.A. in Spanish from Sewanee: The University of the South, studying acting at The William Esper Studio and completing a screenwriting certificate from The New School, culminating in winning the Rena Down Memorial Award for Screenwriting Excellence.
Lenore wants young girls and women around the world that look and sound like her to see themselves reflected back at them in the media. With her studies behind her, Lenore is ready to delve into the world of screenwriting, determined to make a mark on the industry with her unique style beginning with her newest web-series “Stepford SideChix.”