Dickinson Wright, a full-service law firm based in Detroit, announced that Suzanne Sukkar of the firm’s Ann Arbor office has been named chair of the state of Michigan’s Commission on Middle Eastern American Affairs by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.
Sukkar was first appointed to the commission in 2015.
“I’m honored to be named chair of the Commission on Middle Eastern American Affairs and look forward to working with my colleagues to advance the Arab and Chaldean communities in Michigan,” she says.
The commission is a 15-member council that advises the Department of Economic Opportunity on issues relating to the Arab and Chaldean communities in Michigan and promote awareness of their culture and history.
Sukkar is an immigration attorney who focuses her practice on global workforce mobility, employment-based sponsorship and visa matters, immigration audit, and compliance for corporate and individual clients across a vast array of industries.