Eulonda Kay Lea
Eulonda has a unique background that includes 20 years as a special agent with a federal law enforcement agency. Throughout that career, and before, her passion has been writing. Now, her “job title” is writer, novelist, and award-winning short filmmaker.
Her leap into filmmaking began in 2007 with the 48-Hour Film Project, a competition in which short films are written, filmed, edited, and scored in 48 hours. From those trial by fire experiences, her love for filmmaking blossomed. She honed her skills through certifications from DCTV, The Writer’s Center, Women in Film and Video (DC Chapter), books, filmmaking workshops, and by doing.
She’s a member of Women in Film, Los Angeles, and supports organizations that empower women, youth, and the community. She serves as a Court Appointed Special Advocate for the Sacramento County foster care program and served on the Blue Ribbon Commission for the Establishment of a Commission for Women and Girls in Sacramento County.
She is also a member of the National Association of Realtors, California Association of Realtors, and the Sacramento Association of Realtors.
Eulonda is always on the move and ready for an adventure. She is a devout nature lover and enjoys documentary films, reading, and sports. She lives in Sacramento with her husband, Tim.
“Eulonda is a natural storyteller with the mind and make of a producer.”Yaphet Jackman, Cinematographer/Director