Gregory "Buster" Coleman is a cop who's been through a lot.
He was the Liberian National Police Commissioner during the Ebola outbreak.
He and his men would wear protective equipment when they were out on patrol during the epidemic. But the garb is "not made for policing," says the robust 36-year-old. "If we had to make a difficult arrest the suit could tear." He paused. "Every night I would have to strip outside my house, be sprayed down with chlorine then shower before I could even greet my children."
That was a bit unnerving.
So was going to Harvard.