Community Director

Mojo Mustapha - Community Director & Founder of Hedonisia

Mojo on body work in hawaii
Mojo moving Strawberry Guava at Hedonisia

Mojo was born in England of Indian heritage with parents from Trinidad.

He studied Sociology and Women’s Studies at in Canada. After university, he started traveling.

He lived in many community settings around the world. An Israeli Kibbutz, a Japanese 'Gaijin House', a tantric community near Amsterdam and an Ashram in India were among the many alternative communities he was fortunate to have participated in.

When Mojo started Hedonisia Hawaii as a rainforest eco-hostel in 2004, it was a struggle to clean up the junk and trash on the land left by the previous owner. Nevertheless, the concept of community-based eco-tourism was an immediate success with visitors coming from around the world to enjoy the natural beauty of our land.

However, Mojo was not satisfied with settling down in a beautiful eco-hostel in paradise! Over time, Hedonisia slowly evolved from an eco-hostel to a community based on sustainable tourism and eco-feminism.

In addition to eco-tourism, our community manages web projects that focus on women’s reproductive, economic, physical and intellectual empowerment.

Hedonisia Portland Micro-Community!

SPP Volunteer in Portland
Mojo Volunteer! SPP Booth, Portland

Mojo currently lives part-time in Portland. He is a member and volunteer at Sex Positive Portland.

The non-profit SPP was founded in 2009. It has grown quickly to become one of the most ethical, sexually progressive umbrella organizations with 13 chapters around the world. Portland its home base.

Mojo does most of his work on EcoFeminism in Portland, which has often been called one of the most sex-positive cities in America as well as one of the most feminist. (The two ARE connected!)

As a result, it provides one of the most conducive environments to work on the Hedonisia Eco-Feminist Web Portfolio!

Aside from his duties being the Hedonisia Community Director, Mojo works on the Hedonisia EcoFeminist Community Web Portfolio in Portland.