Michelle LeClair

Author and Human Rights Advocate

Author and human rights advocate Michelle LeClair has defied all traditional odds.

In her memoir, Perfectly Clear (Penguin Random House), Michelle describes her harrowing escape from Scientology and complicated journey to self-acceptance.

Growing up with her single mother in Norman, Oklahoma, Michelle later moved to Los Angeles at the age of 15. There, she catapulted to a life of enormous success surrounded by celebrities but all the while hiding a truth buried deep within her.

By the time Michelle was in her mid-30s, she was a running one of the largest woman-owned life insurance agencies in the nation, donating millions of dollars to charitable organizations, and serving as the U.S. President to an International Human Rights Charity.

Just a few years later, however, Michelle’s life would take a major detour, a great love would open her eyes to the dark world that she was a part of. Her quest for freedom would cause a major setback that she would spend years fighting to overcome as she broke free from the shackles of Scientology.

Perfectly Clear is a shocking story of love and triumph that landed Michelle on the cover of People Magazine and captivated the attention of nearly every major media outlet in the U.S. and around the world. The book rights have been optioned, and Michelle is currently working on a scripted television series about her life.

In addition to her success as an author, Michelle is an inspirational speaker dedicated to LGBTQ advocacy and women’s rights. She will also soon launch a non-toxic beauty line.

Above all else, Michelle is a mother and spouse who now dedicates her life to truth, justice, and the belief that love conquers all.