Mohammed Soriano Bilal

Associate Dean & Director, Office for Inclusion, Belonging, & Intergroup Communication
Stanford University

Mohammed Soriano-Bilal is probably best known as the voice of reason on MTV's Real World San Francisco. He is an accomplished Diversity & Inclusion consultant, a strategist, a poet, and an award-winning producer of both music and film. As a facilitator of hundreds of Diversity & Inclusion presentations and workshops - with clients that include Nokia, , Progressive Corporation, Campbell Ewald, and the US Treasury - Mohammed works to help organizations remove the blockages that stand in the way of growth. As a multi-disciplinarian artist-- he has collaborated with Santana, Public Enemy, Ben Harper, De La Soul, and Danny Glover; his music has been featured on NBC, the CW, and the Sundance Film Festival; his film work includes Vocabulary of Change, a conversation between Angela Davis and Tim Wise. Currently, Mohammed serves as Associate Dean & Director of Stanford's Office for Inclusion, Belonging & Intergroup Communication, where he oversees a team of talented equity educators.

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