CEO of OneMeta AI, the creator of Verbum, the artificial intelligence language translator. Saúl Leal is a 21-time Grammy nominee and 11-time winner in the Creative Content Creation category.
From 2006 to 2007, Mr Leal worked at Deloitte & Touche. From 2007 to 2014, he worked as Station Manager at BYU Broadcasting where he developed viable businesses in over 20 countries, built products that were distributed to over 55M cellphones and approximately 39M pay TV viewers, and translated over 15,000 hours of content in multiple languages. During this time, Mr Leal earned 27 EMMY Award nominations and won 9 regional EMMY Awards. From 2014 to 2021, he served as General Manager and Director of Global Initiatives at Deseret Management Corp. where he led the development of one of the largest digital publishers with over 256M social media followers and more than 4 Billion monthly impressions. Mr Leal has served on multiple advisory boards, including Oracle Cloud USA CAB, Ad Council, Leadership Council, and The Leonardo, Museum of Creativity & Innovation. During his career, Mr Leal has done business transactions with ABC, Coca-Cola, Disney, Lionsgate, Mattel, McDonald’s, NBC, Rovio, Sony Entertainment, Target, and Universal Pictures.
Mr Leal received a bachelor’s degree in Systems Engineering from Venezuela’s National Experimental Polytechnic University of the Armed Forces and an MBA from Brigham Young University. He also completed Executive Education programs with the Kellogg School of Management, Stanford University, and MIT.
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