Suhas is an elected official, lawyer, and technology policy expert who has advised Presidents and Members of Congress on technology and cybersecurity. He currently represents the 87th District (Dulles Airport, Loudoun County, Prince William County) in the Virginia General Assembly, where he was first elected in 2019. He was the first Indian-American elected in Virginia’s history at either the state or federal level. In the General Assembly, he sits on the House Committee on Science and Technology and also serves on the Virginia Small Business Commission. Previously he has served as a technology policy advisor in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy under President Obama, where he ran the White House Technology Policy Task Force and advised on Artificial Intelligence, cybersecurity, infrastructure policy, and economic opportunity. Before joining the White House, he handled a range of technology and trade issues for major U.S. law firms and served as an advisor to Members of the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee. He is a resident of Ashburn, Virginia and holds a J.D. from Northwestern University.
Technology Policy Advisor