Monda Raquel Webb is an author, publisher, and filmmaker. After graduating from the University of Rhode Island with a degree in Broadcast Journalism, Monda began her production career as a traffic coordinator for City Cable 16, a government municipal channel in Washington, DC.
She quickly climbed the ranks and served in all aspects of production, from grip, to production assistant, to producer to on-air talent even hosted her own on-air entertainment show, One on One with Monda Webb. As producer, she won awards from the National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors (NATOA) for Production in several different categories, including: 1st Place Talking Heads: FYI: Your government at Work, 3rd Place Documentary: The 1993 March on Washington, Honorable mention: The Civil War Memorial Project. Monda is also a featured Realtor on several episodes of HGTV’s Get it Sold and Designed to Sell. Monda is a member of Women in Film in Video, Washington, DC and Women in Film, NY.
Currently Monda combines producing, writing, performing and publishing under her consulting company, Monda Media, LLC, where she pursues her passion for the written word, spoken word, social media, television, and film under one umbrella.
The publishing arm of Monda Media has published four books and manages author brand, public relations, and marketing/sales of product and ancillary items. Future projects include a coffee table book; In Between Raindrops (Spring 2018), a memoir; Southern Secrets, Mountain Whispers (2020) two speculative fiction novels entitled Bone Heart (2022) and The Pretenders (2024). Monda performs her poetry nationwide, at various venues, including: Book Expo America, the Congressional Black Caucus, The Harlem Book Fair, Women in NAACP and the National Book Club Conference.
The production arm of Monda Media contributes to Little Known Stories Production Company, LLC, of which Monda is managing owner. She recently wrote, directed and produced her first award-winning short film, Zoo (Volkerschau), completed in 2015, which serves as her calling card to the film industry. The film, about a day in the life of an African Girl in an human zoo on display for the first time at the world's fair in Brussels, Belgium 1958, has garnered several national and international awards, the latest being best international short film and best film 2017 of the Filmmakers of the Year Film Festival in Bali, Indonesia.
Little Known Stories was created to tell little known stories hidden in the crevices of history's pages. Historical excavators, Little Known Stories Productions plans to unearth and tell true stories, and bring the past to the present, using film as a medium, in a purely organic way.