Greg Llacer has been a pageantry arts adjudicator and clinician since 1989, judging field show, winter guard, and percussion competitions nationwide. He is most recently affiliated with Bands of America as a Regional, Super Regional, and Grand National Championships judge; Drum Corps International; and regional/state organizations in California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Indiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Missouri, Nevada, and Texas. He has taught color guards and has written field show drill for large high school and university programs such as Vista and Poway High Schools in north San Diego County, California; San Diego State University; and Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. He also has served in leadership roles across the pageantry arts, as a member of the Board of Directors for the Winter Guard Association of Southern California (from which he is recipient of the Order of Excellence and Hall of Fame honors), Chief Judge for the Texas Color Guard Judges Association, and former member of the Field Adjudication Steering Committee for the Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association.
Llacer lives in the New England town of Boxborough, Massachusetts and works at Harvard University, where he is the director of competitive international, national, and institutional scholarships as well as university-wide undergraduate research programs. He is also a member of the Dean of Harvard College’s Academic Engagement Directors Team.