Welcome

Dear Visitor:

Welcome to DanielHauff.com!

This site is where you will find the most current information on what I’ve been working on, perhaps some discussion on social justice, and definitely life-changing information.

Please check out the entire site as I’ve shared much of the critical work that I’ve done for humans and non-humans alike. You will also find information on my current projects and projects of the past. Some of my work – a lot of it, actually – is expressly confidential and because of this you won’t see everything I’ve done or am working on. That being said, don’t worry: You are hearing about it in other venues from the amazing organizations that I work with and/or consult. I share my specialized skills, experience, and best practices with deserving organizations to further transparency, encourage empowerment, grow skills, raise needed funds, hold criminals accountable (be they individuals or corporations or even government agencies), help individuals and corporate/executive decision makers extend their circle of compassion to include all sentient beings and make the most of their limited resources and advocacy efforts. I do so via not only my specialization in undercover operations but also through private and organizational trainings, media traininglife coaching and referrals to top notch professionals in areas beyond my expertise.

DanielHauff.com is being re-worked and expanded/redirected to some of my other sites in order to create a better separation between the topics of importance to you and to me.

To get the most of all of these exciting projects you should sign up to receive updates about what I’m up to.

You should also stop by often as new features are being added to the site. Tell your friends about the site, post to your favorite social media sites, and keep not only you but your community and everyone else you touch in your daily life informed about these the projects – undercover investigations, animal protection, equal rights, and much more!

Don’t be afraid to reach out to say hello or to ask a question! I’d be happy to hear from you. I’m a friendly fellow.

I’m glad you’ve stopped by. As Ellen DeGeneres says, “Be kind to one another.”

My best to you and your loved ones!

Sincerely,

Daniel