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Jen Mojo

Founder, experience maker, chocolate cake eater, fan of fearless females

Jen Mojo is the founder of Paper Dolls, a network of female entrepreneurs committed to embracing and enhancing the way professional women work, individually and together. Members vary in their industries and independent aspirations but share a common belief that women go farther when they go together. With a focus on redesigning the workspace for women, she opened the first Paper Dolls co-working studio in Los Angeles – a beautiful, inspiring place filled with community. She is currently working to scale Paper Dolls within Los Angeles and nationally.

Jen’s background is in marketing. She is a 20+ year multi-discipline marketing leader with a passion for creating emotional consumer connections and experiences. Jen has worked directly or in partnership with some of the world’s leading brands including Microsoft, Disney, Samsung, Pepsi, Farmers Insurance, Major League Baseball and CBS delivering award winning digital, retail, product launch and experiential marketing programs. She holds an MBA from the University of Washington and currently resides in Los Angeles with her husband and two sons.

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