Sina Bahram

A dapper-looking bearded man wearing headphones speaks into a microphone
  1. Long Sharply dressed in a dark suit, gray shirt, blue and white striped tie, and wearing a red pocket square folded into a point as a sartorial accent, a younger, bearded man with black hair with head phones atop his head, leans forward slightly as he holds a microphone. A laptop is open in front of him and behind him is a cinder block wall on the right, and a blue screen of some kind on the left. Though there is no text, his passion is self-evident.


Sina is an accessibility consultant, researcher, and entrepreneur and the founder of Prime Access Consulting, an accessibility firm whose clients include high-tech startups, Fortune 1000 companies, and both private and nationally funded museums. Sina is also a doctoral candidate in computer science at North Carolina State University. His field of research is Human Computer Interaction (HCI) with a focus on multimodal approaches for eyes-free exploration of spatial information. 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). In 2015, the international accessibility community recognized Sina as an Emerging Leader in Digital Accessibility at the annual Knowbility Community Heroes of Accessibility Awards.