Chavon Sutton

Senior Investment Director, Sustainable & Impact Investing Research , Cambridge Associates

About Chavon Sutton

Chavon is a senior investment director in the Sustainable & Impact Investing Research Group at Cambridge Associates, conducting manager research and working with institutional clients to build sustainability - and impact-focused portfolios. She joined Cambridge in 2020 with over 10 years of finance experience. Prior to joining Cambridge Associates, she was the first Director of Emerging Manager Strategy for NYC's Bureau of Asset Management, the investment advisor to each of the city's five retirement systems. There, she led its growth strategy for investment in small, diverse and women-owned managers across all asset classes, created its first blueprint for the integration of diversity factors in its investment process, and supported the investment staff's sourcing and due diligence efforts. Previously, Chavon was a Vice President at J.P. Morgan where she constructed and managed portfolios for families, endowments and foundations totaling over $150m in investable assets. She began her career in corporate finance roles at Bank of America and RBC, underwriting debt transactions for Fortune 500 financial institutions. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics (cum laude) from the University of Pennsylvania, and a Masters of Arts in Journalism and a Masters of Business Administration from New York University.

Job Role

LP - Fee-earning

Organization Type


Asset Class

Private Equity/Buyouts Venture Capital Growth Equity Credit/Private Debt Real Estate Infrastructure Real Assets Hedge Fund


$100bn plus

Events attending

Women's Private Equity Summit (California) Women's Alternative Investment Summit (New York City)

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