Elected Student Council President his senior year at Harley, James Greenebaum ’07 was already headed down a path of service. The scope of his work grew when he attended Ohio State University; he was a residential advisor, a university “telecounselor,” a member of the oldest student service organization (the Ohio Staters, Inc.), volunteered for an after school program, and led a service trip to New Orleans. It was at OSU that his service work took on a medical bent, with volunteer work at the university’s me dical center and at an HIV/AIDS hospice facility. Continuing his public service after graduation, James served in the Peace Corps in the Dominican Republic. James currently works as a disease intervention specialist for the Los Angeles LGBT Center, and annually bikes in the AIDS Lifecycle ride, a 545-mile ride from San Francisco to LA, raising money for HIV/AIDSHIV prevention and treatment. James is translating the values shaped in part by his time at Harley into a life dedicated to helping others, a life of great purpose.