Creating Content + Experiences for Social Impact
MOBILIZE YOUR MISSION
MOPED is a digital media company that intersects storytelling and technology to mobilize audiences, catalyze conversation and drive impact.
We distill, develop and implement story-based strategies that elevate, inspire and influence across multiple social impact spaces.
We've created branded, educational, thought-leadership and documentary content and screenings in education, the arts, impact entrepreneurship, healthcare, end-of-life, social justice and women's rights.
We create meaningful, transformative, content-based experiences that move you towards your goals. Let's get in the conversation.
What We Do
Building a Throughline
Story is not an end result. It's a strategy to drive an ongoing conversation. We create and develop multi-platform concepts and story strategies for social impact, to get your audience's attention moving in the right direction both on and offline.
Planning + Production
We manage all the details - the things you see and don't see - to produce conversations and content customized to the needs of your impact space. We streamline production management to deliver efficient schedules, appropriate production environments and an empowering space to create authentic content.
Your Story as a Vehicle
We create a canvas for your story, and craft each piece to keep your audience engaged, moved and inspired. What MOPED delivers becomes a driving force for heightened visibility, deeper understanding, and greater success in audience outreach, education and impact.
Bringing Content to Life
We produce immersive environments that transform content into a space for learning, building audience relatedness and developing ongoing resources, conversations and community impact beyond the event itself. Create a storytelling journey with content.
THE SHIFT Original Promo
THE SHIFT Original Promo
"American Haze" - Take 5, Season 2 (Full Episode)
MOPED Social Impact Reel 2018
Penhaligons Saks Fifth Avenue Social Media Stunt
CDC Clean Air Campaign
Samantha Ettus Speaker Sizzle Reel
MOPEDs First Social Impact Reel
UNRACKED Season Sizzle for Gilt.com
Nine West Social Impact Sizzle
Moore Foundation - Eliminating Preventable Harms
University of San Francisco Integrated Healthcare Clinic and Lab Fundraising Video
IMPACT-ICU Interview - Palliative Care and ICU Nurse's Scope of Practice
IMPACT ICU Conversation - Nurse + Family Member
St. Nicholas Home Final
American Cancer Society Honoree Video - Malik Yoba
Mark Thornton Speaker Sizzle Reel
Artist Sahba Shere Bio Video
TCG #LegacyLeaders of Color Video Project Sizzle
TCG I AM THEATER - Olympia Dukakis
America Reframed - The Medicine Game Documentary Promo
AAPIP - Building Democratic Philanthropy
Fenton - No Peace Without Justice
Twestival for Concern Worldwide
New Heights Game Changers Ball "Teamwork" Video
Urban Assembly 2011
EngageNY ELA Studio Talk - Getting Started with P-2 Literacy
Founder, CEO, Executive Producer
Mo started off as a tv reporter in North Florida / South Georgia, and found out early on that she loved producing stories with heart. After several years in digital content production for various networks and nonprofits in NYC, including starting off as one of the first producers at MTV's college network mtvU, she started MOPED in 2007 to focus on creating stories around social issues that stand out and move people into action.
Mo has received White House and Webby accolades for her work in storytelling and editing, and has been a part of Emmy-winning productions.
Co-Founder, MOPED Impact Lab
Ashley Faison, LCSW, was at the kitchen table when MOPED was originated, and has been a dedicated advisor, impact partner and co-producer for 15 years. She is a non-profit brand development strategist, photographer, designer, children’s author, and professional fundraiser. Currently she's responsible for the development and growth of New Heights Youth, a sports-based youth development NPO in Harlem, NYC. She was appointed the 2016-17 Interim President of the Waterfront School Foundation and holds a Bachelors and Masters in Social Work from Florida State University.
Her prior work has included rebranding and launching the School Change Team Model for Change for Kids (CFK); founding the Society for the American Theatre during her time at Theatre Communications Group (TCG); founding Project HOPE, the Artist Guild and Community Gardens for Hospice and Community Care; and was a start-up member for the multi-million federally funded System of Care Children's Mental Health Initiative (YouthNet) to rethink youth mental health services in rural South Carolina in partnership with DMHSC, Center for Mental Health Services, SAMHSA, and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
"What we wanted was to make sure that we could get high quality videos, that they looked good and that we could work with someone who could understand the content and the educational need for the final pieces. You were upfront about budgeting and gave good advice about what was worth spending on. Everyone is very happy with the end results.”