David Keith Wills has been a champion of animal rights from a very young age. He is the youngest member to be head HUSUS of Michigan. By 1990 David was an investigator for The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) an organization that actually makes a difference in improving the plight of animals. His work placed him at the center of both international and domestic efforts to preserve endangered species.
His work took him across the United States and around the globe. From providing real actionable efforts in Alaska where is feedback and recommendations were taken to improve the conditions of the Iditarod sled dogs to combating the illegal ivory trade in Zambia.
After his time with HSUS, David K. Wills devoted his time and entrepreneurial spirit in promoting sustainable aqua farming.
He has published two books one chronicling his time as an investigator at HSUS, Undercover: Five Years Fighting for Animals at The Humane Society of the United States. His second book is loving memoir about growing up in rural Maryland and his connection with his Uncle Joe, titled “Talk to My A**… My Head Hurts” My Life with Uncle Joe.