Meet Sina Bahram, WMA's 2019 Annual Meeting Keynote Speaker

Sina Bahram
2019 Keynote Speaker
 
Sina Bahram

Sina Bahram is an accessibility consultant, researcher, and entrepreneur. He is the founder of Prime Access Consulting (PAC), an accessibility firm whose clients include technology startups, research labs, Fortune-1000 companies, and both private and nationally-funded museums.

Sina has a strong background in computer science, holding undergraduate and graduate degrees in the field. As a recognized expert in accessibility, Sina enjoys collaborating with both colleagues in the field and individuals of diverse professions to devise innovative and user-centered solutions to difficult real-world problems.

In 2012, Sina was recognized as a White House Champion of Change by President Barack Obama for his work enabling users with disabilities to succeed in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) fields. In 2015, the international accessibility community recognized Sina as an Emerging Leader in Digital Accessibility at the annual Knowbility Community Heroes of Accessibility Awards. In 2017, Sina served as the invited co-chair of the 2017 Museums and the Web conference.

 

Watch Sina's Ignite talk at MCN in 2015 below, or click to view here.

 

The Western Museums Association is pleased to welcome Sina as our 2019 Keynote Speaker at WMA 2019!

Sina will be speaking at the Opening General Session & Keynote event, Saturday, Oct 5th, 9:00am–10:30am.

You can follow Sina on Twitter at @SinaBahram

Comments

Can't wait!

Super excited to learn more about what's possible using technology (or any other methods) to improve accessibility and user experiences for everyone but especially those with atypical challenges with access.

Thank you, Sina!

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