Shanti Fry has a long-term interest in the practical application of neuroscience for those who face learning and attention challenges, including children exposed to trauma and other causes of learning disabilities. Through her work with the Neuromodulation Working Group, she has worked to advance the use of neuromodulation training in schools to enhance learning capacity in children. Fry was a director in the investment banking area of the Bank of Boston and its successors for 16 years and helped found the National Consumer Cooperative Bank. She is active in politics, most notably as finance co-chair in the campaigns of Senators Elizabeth Warren and Ed Markey. She earned her Bachelor of Arts and Master of Business Administration degrees from Harvard University.
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