Throughout my career, I’ve had the opportunity to work with people with diverse backgrounds and life experiences and to travel widely in the United States and internationally. These experiences have enhanced all aspects of my work, enabling me to readily consider and integrate diverse perspectives and effectively convey important information to audiences with widely varying backgrounds and expertise levels.
Daniel Joyner, a project manager and data analyst in ERG’s Digital and Information Solutions Group, applies his expertise to data-driven investigations focused on helping federal clients improve their internal operations. He brings to this work over 15 years of project management and data analysis experience spanning diverse sectors, including the semiconductor industry. His work has included enterprise planning and data analysis, management of complex and diverse information streams, supply chain logistics and market development, documentation of customer feedback, and development and implementation of process improvement recommendations. With an academic background in biology and neuroscience, Daniel has cultivated a profound appreciation for the critical thinking skills that are inherent to the scientific method—a perspective has been instrumental in his professional journey.
Daniel has a B.S. in biology from the University of Massachusetts at Lowell, an M.S. in strategic analytics from Brandeis University, and two additional years of graduate-level study in Brandeis’s neuroscience Ph.D. program. He is a certified Project Management Professional, Data Analytics Professional, and Anaplan Model Builder. Daniel is deeply involved as a volunteer in his local community, applying his data analysis skills to address local issues. He travels frequently to indulge his passion for immersing himself in new cultures, which never fails to enrich his worldview and inform his approach to problem-solving.