Monica Mamudo

Monica Mamudo uses social media as a meaningful forum to honor the customs and complexities of Brazilian culture. As an expat in America, Monica switches between English and Portuguese in posts to give vital representation to her roots and an avenue for Latinx followers to connect. Her zesty personality and tell-it-like-it-is realness instantly resonated on TikTok. Now Monica lives the Los Angeles dream, partnering with luxury brands like Saint Laurent, getting invited to world premieres, and walking red carpets in scene-stealing dresses that harken back to her home country, one of the most vibrant places on earth. Monica has become known as the internet’s “Brazilian big sister,” and her community calls her “Momo.” On top of all of her achievements, Momo was also the first Brazilian digital content creator in the US to speak at VidCon and in 2021, she was named a “Latinx Trailblazer” by TikTok.

Community Track

For the Culture, Through the Content

Location: Discover Stage

Friday, June 28

11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Tag: ASL Interpreters Present

Featuring: Monica Mamudo, Michelle Chubb, Che Jim and more

Explore the intersection of cultural expression and creativity with these exceptional creators! Learn how they skillfully weave elements of their heritage into engaging content, offering a unique perspective on both educating and inspiring audiences.


Community Track

¡Mi gente! Celebrating Latinx Creators

Location: Amplify Stage

Saturday, June 29

10:30 am - 11:30 am

Featuring: Calle y Poché, Monica Mamudo, Horchata Soto and more

From music to philanthropy, comedic skits, and history lessons, these creators are integrating elements of their heritage into content that spans a wide variety of interests and themes. Learn how they’ve leaned into their roots to add cultural flair into their content, celebrating diversity and identity while captivating audiences around the globe.