Adina Halter is Sr. Principal Engineering Architect for Accessibility at Comcast where she engineers innovative and aspirational science accessibility solutions to ensure our customers with disabilities have the best possible home and entertainment experience.
Adina started her career out of college as a 3D animator before moving into print design and then web design and development. She then expanded into the mobile and internet-of-things technology space. She is also a cross-product tech innovator in the use of artificial intelligence. Additionally, Adina has a passion for quantum computing.
Adina is an advocate for product development that delights users with differing disabilities and maintains an open-source repository of accessible coding solutions. She is a member of the W3C’s Web Accessibility Initiative Education and Outreach working group and tweets, instructs, and speaks on coding, accessibility, and women-in-tech issues.
Adina also served as co-lead for the Comcast MyAbilities Employee Resource Group, which empowers employees with disabilities and equips their allies across the company where she helped to double membership to over 1,000 members.Talk: Humanizing Technology: What Accessible Design Offers Us