Suki Fuller

Analytical Storyteller and Founder, Miribure

Suki Fuller, an Analytical Storyteller, is globally recognized as a Strategic advisor for her work integrating intelligence methodologies for fundraising startups, speaker, and mentor. She is the Founder of Miribure; a Strategic & Competitive Intelligence company focused on the integration of intelligence with lean/agile principles. Suki is the co-lead for FiftyFiftyPledge an initiative to increase the number of women in Venture Capital. 

Suki Fuller is an analyst and entrepreneurial coach with seventeen years of experience as a competitive intelligence advisor. British born dual citizen (UK/US) Suki has diverse experience from chemical engineering to intelligence. She has resided and worked globally (EMEA, GCC, China, UK and US) within Academia, National Security, Law Enforcement, and Private Corporations. She also served twelve years in the U.S. Army Reserves. 

A noted public speaker and trainer, Suki, tells the story by taking you on the journey from data gathering, organizing and analyzing to a point of understanding your next potential chapter. Suki keynotes events globally on ethics in technology, deep tech, AI, social networks, security, female entrepreneurship and is recognized for early adoption of new technologies in the advancement of competitive intelligence. Her areas of focus lie within agile competitive and emergent strategies for intelligence analysis. 

She is a mentor and judge for various programs including; Women Startup Challenge and NCSC Cyber Accelerator (Wayra UK, GCHQ and DCMS partnership); Mentor for the Queen’s Young Leaders; global judge and award winning mentor at the accelerator MassChallenge; a Board Member for Tech London Advocates (TLA); Mentor Ambassador for TLA – Women in Tech and Ambassador for the 50inTech initiative. A former Chair of the Membership Advisory Committee (MAC) for Strategic Competitive Intelligence Professionals.

Suki was in 2018 named by the Financial Times as one of the Top 100 BAME Leaders in UK Tech. Additionally, Suki was named by Computer Weekly as one of the Most Influential Women in UK Tech 2018, Five Rising Stars and one of the 30 Change Makers to watch for London Tech Week 2018. 

In 2019, Suki became the first Intelligence graduate to receive the Mercyhurst University Distinguished Alumni Award. Suki has been nominated for Computer Weekly, Most Influential Women in UK Tech 2019, Top 50 and the Black Women in Business Awards (BWBA) for Entrepreneur of the Year 2019.  

She loves Penguins.