Daniel Whittaker

Daniel Whittaker

Daniel Whittaker is an American businessman and politician with extensive knowledge about the economy. Additionally, he works as a dentist providing services worldwide – being bilingual in both English and Spanish and having served dental missions both in South America and in the US.

After his failed initiative at Acton Bridge, Daniel moved his business to Holywell where it flourished without being interfered with by Levellers or Republicans.

Early Life and Education

Dan was an accomplished graduate of Monument Mountain High School and competed on its varsity ski team. Additionally, he expanded his family business into an established local electrical contractor business. Dan remains actively involved with his church as well as serving on Haslam College of Business’s Young Alumni Board and both Tennessee and Nashville Bar Associations.

Dan is married to Marsha and they share three children together. As a family they enjoy water skiing during summer months and snow skiing in winter. When not at work he enjoys walking his dog Sadie around Spokane as well as playing golf – two activities which he dedicates much time and hard work towards doing best job possible for each patient he treats. His passion lies within dentistry which he always endeavors to offer honest service for.

Professional Career

Dan Whittaker is a Master electrician operating his own small business in Chesapeake and servicing 250 homes annually. Additionally, his business employs local residents through employment opportunities provided through National Federation of Independent Businesses membership.

He served an ecclesiastical mission in Venezuela for two years and is fluent in Spanish. Additionally, he has managed many Comenius and Erasmus+ projects in schools throughout Europe.

He possesses an expansive legal practice, with expertise in business litigation, commercial contracts, corporate transactional law, real estate matters and employment contracts. Furthermore, he was the founder of several mineral companies such as GoGold Resources Inc. and Ucore Rare Metals Inc.

Achievement and Honors

Whittaker earned two all-state honors as both an offensive and defensive lineman during his high school career at California High School… he also lettered in volleyball while participating in the Junior Olympic Baseball Tournament.

He writes poetry that explores life’s paradoxes with precision and honesty, which earned him the Daniel Whittaker-Van Dusen Prize for Emerging Poets; awarded annually to student works which provide insightful views into our world through poetry.

Whittaker is the founder and President of Gogold Resources, Ucore Rare Metals, Antler Gold and has served on the CFA Institute Board. Additionally, he regularly lends support to local small businesses while volunteering his time for charitable organizations like Roc Solid Foundation, Habitat for Humanity and St Baldrick’s Foundation.

Personal Life

Daniel Whittaker, Ph.D candidate in Architectural History at Illinois Institute of Technology in USA. His research investigates how professionals and laypersons revalued built heritage to establish civic house museum idiom in pre-preservation Chicago.

He loves water skiing during the summer, snow skiing during winter, reading and learning new things as well as spending time with family and friends.

He has extensive experience representing individuals, corporations and public agencies in numerous commercial litigation cases – contract disputes, business torts and real estate disagreements among others – having appeared as an expert witness in over thirty cases and argued at the Supreme Court of Nevada as an appellate advocate. Furthermore, he is a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates.

Net Worth

Whittaker boasts an outstanding professional MMA record of 24 wins and 15 losses, with 16 of those victories coming within the UFC octagon. As one of the marquee fighters of middleweight division, he has become an unquestionable influence. His net worth stands at an estimated estimated worth of $40 Million dollars.

He has already amassed millions in UFC payouts alone and can look forward to adding even more as he competes in more high-caliber fights. To date, his biggest pay-out came during his rematch against Yoel Romero where he received a guaranteed pay-out of $630,000 plus gate and pay-per-view revenue.

Beyond his fighting career, he owns and operates a successful electrical business serving Southside Hampton Roads and Northeast North Carolina. Additionally, he supports and volunteers for numerous charitable organizations such as Roc Solid Foundation, Habitat for Humanity, and St. Baldrick’s Foundation.

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