Daniel Hales is a Policy Fellow with the Youth and Education Privacy Team. His work contributes to FPF’s ongoing projects relating to education technology, legal research, legislative analysis, and student & youth privacy.
Prior to joining FPF, Daniel worked as a privacy analyst at a leadership development and human resources consulting firm where he contributed to a cross-functional team tasked with operationalizing privacy practices across the organization. Before getting into the privacy industry, Daniel worked as a legislative aide for a representative in the Virginia House of Delegates.
Daniel earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Richmond School of Law where he focused on Compliance, Privacy Law, and Technology Regulation. During his J.D. program, Daniel was awarded the CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Information Privacy Law. Daniel earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Virginia Commonwealth University.