James Alben Greaves has over four years of experience in youth development and child justice advocacy. Currently, he is the Coordinator of the Juvenile Diversion program and chair on the Independent Accreditation Committee of Orphanages in Liberia where he identifies specially designed programs for juveniles who come in conflict with the law and are ordered into diversion. He is a recent graduate of the President's Young Professional program, holds a certificate in Peace and Conflict Resolution from the Cuttington University, and received a bachelor’s of arts degree in Public Administration. He is currently pursuing a degree in General Law at the Louis Arthur Grimes School of Law. James served as President of the Student Government at Cuttington and as Vice President for the Liberia National Students Union. Upon completion of the Washington Fellowship program, he plans to continue the implementation of the Juvenile Diversion program and create national awareness and outreach programs on relevant laws in order to prevent juvenile delinquency.