Suraj Patel
Engagement Manager

Suraj helps clients maximize impact by framing problems and identifying solutions informed by rigorous quantitative and qualitative analysis.

Prior to joining Camber, Suraj managed global health research at the George W. Bush Institute where he assisted in the writing of Pharmacy on a Bicycle: Innovative Approaches to Global Health and Poverty (2013) by Eric G. Bing and Marc J. Epstein. In addition, he supported Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon, a public-private partnership to address women’s cancers in Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America, where his analysis helped inform country-level strategy planning and resource investment. Suraj has also served as a strategic advisor to global health social enterprises, NGOs, and foundations in their efforts to maximize their impact. Previously, he was a business analyst at Accenture where he drove operational improvements for clients in healthcare, energy, and finance industries.

Suraj earned his MBA and MPH from UC Berkeley with a focus on social entrepreneurship and global health. He also attended UC Berkeley as an undergraduate and received bachelor’s degrees in Business, Psychology, and Social Welfare. Suraj was raised in Texas and is a proud fan of the Dallas Cowboys, queso, and breakfast tacos.

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