Souki Mansoor is a dynamic force at the intersection of film, AI, and social impact.
Souki Mansoor is a dynamic force at the intersection of AI, creative direction, and social impact. She guides leaders and creatives in leveraging generative technology for positive change, working to reshape how we perceive AI in society and our daily lives. Coming from a rich decade-long background in nonfiction filmmaking, Souki’s work has graced Sundance, Tribeca, TED, and can be seen today on Netflix, HBO, and Showtime, with her directorial debut "Firelei Baez" garnering critical acclaim and a Best Director award. A growing voice in the AI community, she’s spoken at Cannes Lions on AI in Creativity and DEI, UTA’s AI Symposium, USC's School for Cinematic Arts, Runway’s AI Film Festival, Hollywood’s AI On The Lot and RealScreen West. When not playing a friendly neighborhood tech sherpa or falling into generative vortexes, she finds delight in nibbling spoonfuls of cashew butter, learning to pull the perfect espresso shot, and life with her husband Axel and their 63 houseplants.