Sukari is an Associate at Camden Partners and joined the firm in 2019. At Camden, Sukari supports growth capital investments in software, technology-enabled services, and business services companies by screening potential investments and managing diligence activities.
Sukari started her career as an engineer at Clark Construction in Bethesda, Maryland, then pivoted into Infrastructure and Capital Projects consulting within Deloitte’s Government & Public Services Advisory offering. While at Deloitte, Sukari specialized in delivering solutions to solve some of the most complex infrastructure, operations, and maintenance problems in Washington, D.C., Virginia, and Puerto Rico.
In 2018, StartingBloc selected Sukari to join a community of 2,900 change agents worldwide as a Social Innovation Fellow. In 2019, Sukari was named one of HBCU vc’s 31 Under 31, which highlighted rising talent at Venture and Growth firms around the country. Sukari is the co-founder of the Black Women in Investing Network (BWIN) and serves on the board of Baltimore based non-profit, Building Our Nation’s Daughters (BOND).
Sukari completed the Yale School of Management Emerging Leaders Seminar (ELS) in Entrepreneurship & Innovation and earned a B.S. in Civil Engineering from New York University.