I’ve been very lucky in my career to find interesting jobs and to have had the great pleasure of working with incredibly talented and hard-working colleagues. If I didn’t need to work for money, I’d likely be spending all of my time traveling and working to make the world a more sustainable, durable place.

Here’s some of what I’ve done at work.

Daniel Clayton Greer Resume

Universal Studios Japan
Osaka, Japan
Producer, Donkey Kong, October 2021 – Present
Producer of Donkey Kong themed area expansion land at Super Nintendo World.

Universal Beijing Resort
Beijing, China
Project Manager, Universal on Parade, September 2020 – September 2021
Management of multiple vendors, oversight in scenic fabrication shops, on-site re-assembly supervision, and integration of parade float re-assembly. Developed and assisted in driver training, technician training, repair supervision, and technical upgrades. Limited controls engineering for parade float drive and show systems.

Universal Studios Japan

Osaka, Japan
Associate Producer, MARIO KART: Koopa’s Challenge, November 2017 – August 2020
Producer of design and delivery of large-scale new attraction at Universal Studios Japan. Management of design deliverables, manage scenic vendors, work with partners to integrate complex physical and technical systems.

Walt Disney Imagineering Research & Development, Inc.
Glendale, California
Associate R&D Imagineer, July 2013 – October 2017
Technical Staff Associate, June 2012 – June 2013
Junior Environmental Scientist (Contractor), July 2010 – June 2012
I originally came to WDI R&D to do environmental assessments using Life Cycle Assessment (LCA). This methodology is a rigorous way to evaluate the net environmental impact of a product, process, material, or really anything across its entire life cycle (raw material extraction, processing, assembly, transportation, use, disposal, etc). It allows one to ask questions like “Am I better off using ceramic mugs or styrofoam cups?” and finding answers like “It depends on how many times you re-use your ceramic mug, but if you use it consistently, the mug is better.” Besides LCA, I also worked on general sustainability integration into Imagineering’s projects such as the Shanghai Disney Resort (even from my first week at Imagineering in 2010).

After a few years of working solely on sustainability, I began to branch out and had limited engagements with the Blue Sky group, producing internal Culture and Community events, and other small projects. A variety of small opportunities led to a chance to work as the Producer on the 2016 update of Turtle Talk with Crush at Disney’s California Adventure and EPCOT. In this role, I worked as both a Creative and Technical Producer, ensuring the story and creative development remained on track while the technical aspects kept pace. As soon as the domestic version of the attraction was complete, I was given the opportunity to update the same attraction at Tokyo Disney Sea in Japan.

I currently still work in the Research & Development department on a variety of projects including environmental sustainability.

British Chamber of Commerce Singapore
Intern, January 2008 – May 2008
I was in charge of producing a 300-page member directory…

Innoviet Travel Company
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Marketing, July 2007 – November 2007
Work to create a marketing plan to increase e-commerce for a tour operator in Ho
Chi Minh City. Use tools such as Google Analytics to monitor site traffic and drive
more commerce to the website.

Stanford Law Library
Stanford, California
Student Assistant, April 2006 – June 2010
Organise books, maintain records, help customers locate resources.

Hoover Institution
Stanford, California
Categorization Assistant, November 2006 – April 2007
Categorise academic content for use on the internet. Read and analyse Hoover Digest articles to sort under initiatives of the Hoover Institution.

Rocky Mountain Talent Search
Denver, Colorado
RA / Counsellor, July 2006
Supervise, counsel, and tutor highly gifted high school students during an academic summer program at the University of Denver.

Pikes Peak Summit House
Pikes Peak, Colorado
Retail Sales Staff, July 2005 – September 2005
Serve between 1,000 and 5,000 tourists daily from all over the world in a fast-paced environment at 14,115 feet (4,302 m).