Senior Policy Associate, FasterCures
Aneri Suthar is a senior policy associate at FasterCures within the Milken Institute, where she conducts health policy analysis in areas related to Food and Drug Administration law, patient engagement, and biomedical innovation, and provides programmatic support across the team. Suthar has experience within state government, political campaigns, and nonprofits, with interests including reproductive health, regulatory affairs, and overall health-care system reform. Most recently, as an intern for Connecticut State Senator Matt Lesser's office, she analyzed policies and helped provide recommendations pertaining to prescription drug affordability boards and the post-Covid public health emergency period for Medicaid redetermination. Suthar received an MPH in health policy from the Yale School of Public Health, where she took classes in public health law and entrepreneurship and worked on interdisciplinary projects with the Solomon Center for Health Law and Policy and the Global Health Justice Partnership. Prior to this, she was a California judicial fellow at the San Bernardino Superior Court and attended the University of California, Los Angeles, where she studied human biology and society as well as international development studies.