Suhas is a lawyer and businessperson who serves as a representative for Loudoun County in the Virginia General Assembly. In 2019, he became the first person of South Asian or Indian heritage ever elected in Virginia at the state or federal level. Previously, he worked as a White House technology policy advisor for President Obama. As a Delegate, he has achieved numerous successes, including being named a Conservation Hero by the League of Conservation Voters, passing legislation to lower healthcare costs and fully fund public education, and addressing high tolls in Northern Virginia. He is a co-founder and co-Chair of the Commonwealth Caucus, a Member of the Virginia Small Business Commission, co-Founder of the Virginia Minority Business Commission, co-Founder of the Virginia AAPI Caucus, and a Member of the Joint Commission on Technology and Science. Suhas and his wife currently reside in Ashburn, Virginia with their two daughters.