Harold S. Buchanan is a retired information systems professional from southern New Jersey. He is also an accomplished photographer specializing in nature and wildlife. Harold is the brother who joined the Seven Sisters to bring black awareness and change to Swarthmore College in the 1960s. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics from the College and was one of the first to complete a Concentration in Black Studies. In recent years, Harold co-founded the Swarthmore Black Alumni Network. After Swarthmore, he received a Master of Education degree from Temple University. He worked briefly as an Academic Advisor at Temple and started a health food store before settling on a career in information systems. He has traveled extensively to photograph nature and displays his work on hsbuchanan.com. Harold serves on the boards of trustees for the Rancocas Nature Center and Helping Other People Evolve, Inc.