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Company Overview of Sequoia Sciences, Inc.

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Stephen Trampe

Chairman of the Board, Sequoia Sciences, Inc.
AgeTotal Calculated CompensationThis person is connected to 3 Board Members in 3 different organizations across 3 different industries.

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Background

Mr. Stephen Trampe, also known as Steve, is the Founder of Owen Development Corporation and serves as its President. Mr. Trampe has been the Chairman of the Board at Sequoia Sciences, Inc. since 2000. He serves as a Vice Chairman of OPERA America, LLC and has assisted in the development of an Opera Center in Midtown Manhattan. He serves as a Director of Edunn Biotechnology and Elemental Enzymes Inc. In 1980's, he was involved as a principal in the acquisition of over ...

Corporate Headquarters

1912 Innerbelt Business Center Drive
Saint Louis, Missouri 63114

United States

Phone: 314-373-5181
Fax: 314-373-5186

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Chairman of the Board
Director
Vice Chairman

Education

Bachelor's Degree
University of Missouri-Columbia

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