Mohammed Soriano-Bilal is probably best known as the voice of reason on MTV's Real World San Francisco. He is an accomplished diversity consultant, a hip-hop writer/artist, and an award-winning producer of both music and film. Soriano-Bilal has facilitated of over 450 diversity and inclusion presentations. As a recording artist/producer, Soriano-Bilal released four albums and collaborated with such luminaries as Santana, Public Enemy, Living Legends and Mos Def. His music has been featured in the Sundance Award-winning film, Drylongso, and on TV shows such as Moesha, and NBC’s mini-series, Kingpin. His plays and original compositions have graced many stages. As a weekly San Francisco Bay Guardian columnist, his Howling at the Moon column reached over 100,000 readers. As a media producer, Soriano-Bilal produced dozens of films, shows and campaigns. Throughout his career, he has raised over $7.5M for projects to empower low-income Americans. Currently, Soriano-Bilal serves as the Executive Director of the African American Art & Culture Complex.
Location: San Francisco, California
What our clients have to say...
He did a fantastic job, and was incredibly easy to work with. The students were responsive, and even our VP of Student Affairs, thought his message was “one of the best I’ve heard.” Home run!
- Bryant University
It was awesome! It went incredibly smooth: Mohammed arrived a bit before the show and it was great because my committee members and I were able to interact and learn more about him; everyone in the audience loved his lecture, especially the influence of his poetry/raps...they were passionate yet comical and realistic; the material Mohammed talks about is so simple but so powerful that people stayed afterwards to talk to him... he is just a wonderful guy you could spend hours talking to and learn so much.
- Providence College