An indie studio specializing in creative management to amplify stories that matter.
What I do
Graphic and Web Design
What’s in a name? mojoleu is a combination of three generations of women’s names and infusing their passion and devotion to its work.
Producer. Collaborator. Advocate.
I’m a West Texas raised and New England transplant who has shaped a career as a creative producer and community leader energized by the call to do good, enable social disruption, and spark the success of others by designing and producing creative projects that support social justice, peace making, and the empowerment of women. I am a collaborative, tenacious problem solver who brings an entrepreneurial and inclusive approach for leading initiatives and bringing people together for change.
What People Are Saying
Monica is one of the most responsive, organized, dedicated and realistic strategists I know. I have learned so much by working with her. She is an indispensable and inspirational asset to any team.
Executive Director, One Common Unity
Filmmaker, Artist, Author, Educator, Yogi
Susan EdwardsDocumentary Film, Executive Producer
Power to the Pedals: Wenzday Jane and the Culture of Change
Marion Stoddart: Work of 1000
Having volunteered alongside Monica, I knew that she was one of the most reliable, smart people I knew, but only after hiring her did I learn that she is also the most capable person I know in a number of areas. Monica excels in project management, creative thinking and strategic planning – she basically took my initial vision and walked myself and my staff through the process of executing and delivering on that vision. We were all elevated by her example. I would recommend Monica to anyone who is ready to commit to their own vision and get it done. But be sure you’re ready to execute, because she’s a true professional and I would hate to hear someone wasted her time! Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
Monica has worked with the CWEL team at Babson to help drive the creative vision and brand identity of the WIN Lab and myriad women’s programming initiatives. Her creativity really brought the WIN brand to life and she has worked tirelessly with the team to develop and produce a library of spectacular marketing materials used in programming, fund-raising, and both local and national marketing initiatives. Monica will always give her best to work with your timelines and goes above and beyond to deliver excellent results. I highly recommend her for graphic work, marketing and communications strategy and execution, and web and digital marketing.
WIN Lab Global Director
at Babson College Center for Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership
Monica is hardworking and has a great sense of focus and dedication. She throws herself into projects and is very interested in helping and connecting others. She has a keen sense of social justice and is actively involved in a variety of nonprofits and political campaigns dedicated to improving conditions in the world.
HBR contributor; Author; Marketing Consultant; Professional Speaker; Business School Professor
Monica is a tremendously creative thinker. She is meticulous in her research and uses her findings to develop approaches to problems like no one else I know. She maintains every contact she has ever made and is willing, no eager to make connections even if she isn’t directly involved in the project. That being said, I think Monica’s strongest trait is her positive attitude and the energy she brings to everything she does.
Monica Hinojos is truly a bridge builder. She has a gift of bringing people together to see the possibilities of their common (or uncommon) dreams. You get to experience something magical when Monica brings people together. She helps you to see the big picture in the smallest of details. I greatly admire what Monica does for our community.
Owner, Solas Therapeutic Massage
A group of teenagers board a bus for West Virginia, leaving the streets of Washington, DC to participate in an ambitious peace education program. For the first time in their lives Mark, Asha, Martha, and Corey play in mountain streams, sing under the stars, and confront the entrenched abuse, violence and neglect cycles of their past. But as they return to DC, each young person faces an unforgiving series of hurdles and roadblocks that challenge their efforts to build a better life. Through breathtaking visuals from street corners to mountaintops, Fly By Light is an intimate exploration of the chaotic, confusing, and emotional journey to rewrite a young person’s future.