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    Posted February 16, 2014 by
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    Harvey Greenwald Gains Youth's Trust of St Augustine

     
    Harvey Greenwald is 26 year old graduate student from California State University East Bay. Harvey is currently studying to receive his Master’s Degree in Communication. Despite having more than 40 hours of course work on his shoulders, Harvey knows better than to let his school work interfere with living a well balanced life. He completed his BA in 2010 and is very close to completing his master’s degree.
    Harvey Greenwald was born and raised in Chicago, IL. Due to harsh cold weather, his family left for the sunny coast of California. Harvey was 11 years old when his family arrived in San Diego. It was that same year when his parent’s divorced. His grandfather, on his mother’s side, was quite wealthy and had no problem taking in Harvey while his folks settled their nasty divorce.
    In an interview with Harvey Greenwald, he explained that his grandfather is the biggest influence in his life. His grandfather was a very successful man in the heavy manufacturing industry. Now days, his grandfather is involved in the forward strategic industry and has taught Harvey to adopt this kind of forward thinking.
    His grandfather also taught Harvey how to live a balanced life. “My grandfather would always tell me, you can always make money, but you can’t always live life,” shares Harvey.
    Thanks to Harvey Greenwald’s grandfather's words of advice, he has backpacked through many countries in both Europe and Asia. Harvey has been windsurfing in Hawaii and ran with the bulls in Spain. Harvey Greenwald has no complaints about his life since he has been able to balance his studies accordingly.
    Even with all these amazing things going on in his life, Harvey Greenwald always makes time to volunteer at St Augustine Trust in the Bay Area. He volunteers his time working with the boy scouts and counseling young adults.

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