Kamran joined American University in 2007. His primary role is to provide adaptive technology support and services for students, staff and faculty with disabilities. He oversees the maintenance and support of all adaptive technology across campus, including the Washington College of Law. Prior to AU, Kamran worked in a variety of health care settings as an Assistive Technologist providing both educational and technical support to individuals with disabilities. He earned a B.A. in Anthropology from York University, Canada, a certificate in Rehabilitation Counseling from Seneca College, Canada, and a Masters in Teaching Education from SUNY Potsdam College, New York.