Mojica-Academia, Jennifer

Vision Lead / San Diego, CA

Jennifer Mojica-Academia has served as an educator and as a clinically trained mental health professional for over two decades. She served as an Adjunct Faculty Professor for graduate-level students pursuing a master’s degree in School Counseling. She has the heart to serve the youth, celebrate culture, and cultivate self-worth. She has answered the call to be the “voice for the voiceless” for those overcoming trauma and injustice, by not only through her own spoken words but through her written words.

She earned the San Diego County Author’s Fair Award when she was 11 years old and never gave up on her dream as a published author.

She is the author of “The Story of Nero, the Mexipino Superhero” a children’s book that celebrates cultural diversity. Her poetry book, “Dear Voice,” will be released in 2022.

She is happily married to her husband, Paul, and a proud mother of three kids and grandmother of one grandson.
Jennifer graduated from UCSD with a B.A. in Psychology and minored in African American Music. She also graduated from SDSU with an M.S. in Marriage and Family Counseling. She completed her Pupil Personnel Services Credential from National University.

Mojica-Academia, Jennifer