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Susan Margules Steinhardt is an attorney who specialized in banking and corporate matters at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, American Express Company and Ramius Capital Group. She is a co-founder and President of Homework Helpers, Inc., a nonprofit organization which to date has created 18 computer labs in underserved communities in New York City where students receive computer instruction and homework help; a member of the Board of Trustees and Audit Committee of Hudson Institute; a member of the Hunter College Foundation Board of Trustees; a National Commissioner of ADL and a Vice-Chair of the Executive Committee of its New York Regional Board; and a member of the Contemporary Arts Council and Friends of the Drawing Department at the Museum of Modern Art.
Ms. Steinhardt graduated from Barnard College and attended Boston University School of Law and New York University School of Law to receive her law degree. She also attended Columbia Business School.
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