We believe that meaning makes good marketing. We believe that actions driven by intention are powerful and create momentum. We believe in the ability of a small number of people to change the world. We believe in being the change.
We believe in the power of intention, collaboration, grit, connection, and talent to drive marketing success. Our team is driven by a true conviction to create impactful campaigns that deliver results. We understand that the magic of marketing happens when creatives come together, and we bring that same determination to every project we undertake.
We strive to foster open and honest communication that helps us stay in sync and work effectively as a team. We are also committed to working with the best talent in the industry to create the best possible work for our clients.
Meet Our Team
Executive Innovator, Co-Founder
With over 18 years of marketing experience, Melissa has worked with some of America’s most revered brands. She was instrumental in the relaunch of the iconic Indian Motorcycle and has worked with Chris-Craft Boats. She also worked for the New York Times Regional Media Group and was publisher of From Scratch Magazine. Her passion for creating brand experiences that establish lasting connection is what inspired her to launch The MOX Collective, a collective of creative professionals who produce inspired work.
Communications Curator, Co-Founder
After working for the Fayetteville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau for more than five years as the communications and social media specialist, Jenny Bell co-founded The MOX Collective, LLC with Melissa Nelson in Fayetteville, North Carolina. With a Bachelor of Arts in English/Sociology from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, Jenny’s extensive work and volunteer experience for nonprofit/not-for-profit organizations has covered the gamut of communications and public relations management. Two of her proudest personal and professional achievements are being selected for the WRAL Readers’ Choice Awards as “Best Blogger” in 2019 and being chosen for The Fayetteville Observer’s “40 Under 40” class of 2020.
Saira Meneses is a mother, teacher, farmer, and owner of two businesses. She serves as The MOX Collective’s Operations Manager (aka “Operations Wrangler”). Saira graduated from Fayetteville State University with a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in management and has been working with local businesses in the Fayetteville area since 2004. She found her original professional purpose in raising livestock and farming in different ways; however, Saira also enjoys working with The MOX’s creative team, bringing her many skills and talents to the table, and affecting positive change in the Fayetteville community and the world at large.