About US

Get to Know Mojjo

In 2014, we came together to create an agency to focus on client partners who are making a difference in the world so we could lend our talents to building enterprises and communities that make life better for all.

MoJJo began working with clients who were caring for and supporting the elderly, advancing the goals of academic medicine, launching new brands that are focused on wholesome foods and healthy eating, opening doors of opportunity for women and people of color in business, and fostering international understanding through educational travel. Eight years later, we proudly continue with that model.

When you work with MoJJo, you work with a like-minded team of communications professionals who are invested in your success, because it is ours as well.

Communications Strategy

Communications needs to be part of your overarching business plan. We'll help you incorporate it into your company's bigger picture.


Content Development

Website, social media, influencer relations, blogs and video. We'll help you find the right voice and craft a cohesive message.

Communications Training

Public speaking comes easier to some than others. We offer personalized programs - virtual and in-person - for individuals or teams.

Traditional & Digital Media

We're pros at navigating the ever-changing media world and deliver meaningful results that support your communications goals.


Social Media

It sounds easy, but it's not! What channels will work best for you, what to say, how to say it and when to say it, is what we do!

Influencer & Blogger Outreach

The right influencers can amplify your messaging and give life to your brand. We'll find the right partners to tell your story.

MoJJo is a NJ-Certified Women Business Enterprise and a Member of The Diversity Action Alliance

Meet Mojjo

Get to know the talented team that makes up MoJJo. We’re excited to start working with you. 

Julia Brannan-Rauch

Program Strategist

Growing up with four siblings, the importance of “share of voice” was a concept Julia grasped at an early age. She honed her sense of news and story-telling skills in journalism, then moved into marketing communications, where she has had the privilege to work with many internationally-recognized products, developing personalized strategies that start dialogs and build brands.

Outside of work hours, Julia is a volunteer teacher for an English as a Second Language program. She, her husband, and a rather vocal cat Toby, all reside just outside of New York City, in New Providence, NJ.

Judy Musa

Digital Media Specialist

For more than two decades Judy has handled numerous marketing challenges including new product launches, re-positioning of existing products/brands, and revitalizing mature brands.

A trilingual Swiss-American, she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and German, Mini-MBA and Social Media for Business certificates from Rutgers University’s School of Business Management and a Business German certificate from the Goethe-Institut, New York.  Having lived and worked in Germany, Switzerland and the U.S., she brings a multi-cultural understanding to communication challenges.

Lia LoBello Reynolds

Content Communications Specialist

Lia brings humor and a highly strategic content communications background to MoJJo. Lia has nearly two decades of experience in managing a wide variety of communications strategies – from complex corporate reputational issues for a $6B multi-national to paid, owned, earned, and shared strategies and campaigns for national brands and non-profits, including Facebook, Nestle, Bristol Myers-Squibb, Tyco and more.
Her agency work spans food and beverage, technology and healthcare, and she prides herself on bringing clients a well-rounded view when creating compelling content and storytelling vehicles.

Lia’s passion is to bring equity to the world.

Mona Finston

Media Relations Specialist

During her 20+ years in the industry, Mona Finston has worked with a range of non-profit organizations including The March of Dimes; The Jewish Association Serving the Aging (JASA); Road Scholar;  TheAlcoholtalk.com; The Mosakowski Institute’s work on anxiety and trauma in adolescents; with court reporters for A Better Childhood, addressing problems with the foster care system throughout the country; The Black Youth Project; and the Modern Language Association. 

Beyond the NFP world, Mona has scaled the mountains of Vail with Jacques Pepin for the Grand Marnier Chef Charity Ski Races, and promoted the philanthropic arm of Choice Hotels, for which she was named “a top minority or women-owned business.”

Mona has been a guest speaker for the Screen Actors Guild, and cites her most memorable PR moment as an appearance as a client spokesperson on New York TV dressed in a 7′ tall hot dog costume..

Michael Duffield

Food Industry Communications: Branding & Design Specialist

Michael Duffield brings more than 30 years in the brand development, public relations and marketing field to the table, time he’s spent exploring and strengthening his culinary, branding, design and communications background, coordinating a myriad of events and projects for clients, even pinch-hitting as TV spokesperson and manning tradeshows as needed. Over the years, he’s applied his knowledge and passion for such well-known brands as grocers Bristol Farms, Whole Foods and BI-LO, regional powerhouse Mayfield Dairy Farms, Disaronno, Oliviers & Co. Olive Oil, Lactaid and Heinz’ Boston Market Gravy, Mr. Yoshida’s Fine Sauces and EZ Squirt Ketchup [heard of green ketchup?].

A stint as sous chef and manager of a Williams-Sonoma store affords him a unique perspective on consumer, lifestyle and retail promotions. His tenure as Consumer Vice President at Porter Novelli saw him directing one of the global agency’s largest accounts [Almond Board of California] with teams in LA, DC and Toronto. Prior to that he was Director of Public Relations for Erwin-Penland managing cross-disciplinary [Interactive, Creative, Media, Research] projects for agency clients. That followed his time as national public relations manager at Whole Foods Market in Austin, Texas. 

When not at his desk in Las Vegas, Duffield sips, sups and shops his way through Southern California and Southern Nevada.

Case Studies

Take a look at a few of our projects to learn more about how we've helped brands communicate with their target audiences.

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