To make a positive difference in the world through the work of community oriented companies, non profits, and non governmental organizations using my skills as a photographer, project manager, designer, and fundraiser. More specifically, to provide full administrative, communication, and project development support to those I work with.
Natural Light Photography, Photojournalism, Social Media Networking, Advertising, Bikram Yoga, Traveling, Teaching, Continuing Education, International Development, Global Education, Baking, Vegan Dinner Parties.
Jesse Mojica has been community service oriented her entire life. Over the past two years she has worked as support staff for several non profits and non governmental organizations. This support ranged from ad sales and design for a parenting zine; maintaining donor data bases, project managing a new t-shirt line, and event planning for a Portland/South African based non profit, These Numbers Have Faces; and finally, to creating an independent photo documentary that captured the joy, hope, and sustainable efforts of six different NGOs around Southeast Asia.
Her passion for leading a professional career working with companies and organizations that care deeply about their communities and world is something that drives her every ambition as a photographer, a designer, project manager, and as a person in general. Paired with her Bachelor of Arts from Portland State University, the high level of interning and volunteering she has completed has developed and honed skills to make her an energetic, professional, and reliable addition to any support staff.
Without a doubt, Ms. Mojica will be one of the hardest working and positive team members you will ever work with. With her passion, energy, and professional attitude she also bring fresh ideas from across the globe on how to use design, photography, writing, and social networking to maintain current connections and open up new ones. As an new addition to the professional world she is bound to exceed your expectations and rise up to be a great leader in the future.
Thank you for taking the time to look through her resume.
May 2010 - Present
What started as doing freelance photo shoots for friends has become a full blown side job.
Pairing my talents and skills with my love for non profit work I have launched my current documentary project, "Roads Less Traveled."
Please feel free to take a look at the Kickstarter site:Roads Less Traveled Website where I marketed and created a community support system around the project through networking and pledges.
The ten week trip will launch at the end of February 2011 to May 2011.
Nov 2010 - Present
Jan 2011 - Present
I research for basic concepts and then write articles as a contracted writer.
May 2011 - Present
Social Media Specialist
Managing the social media and PR for the three restaurants, running contests, and creating community to business connections.
Sep 2010 - Mar 2011
Secondary school English speaking and listening teacher. Experience with junior high - high school level language learners. TESOL certified to teach young learners, beginners, intermediate, and advanced English language learners.
Nov 2010 - Mar 2011
After teaching full time at a secondary school I tutored children, teens and young adults in the English language. The levels ranged from beginner to advanced intermediate and the class size never was never over 6 students.
May 2010 - Sep 2010
Jul 2009 - Nov 2009
Advertisement Design Intern
Advertisement Editor and Designer
Sep 2011 - Present
Pursuing my second Bachelor's degree in community development and communications in preface to my Graduate work in urban and regional planning specializing in community development.