Tim Stoll is president of Stoll Enterprises Inc., a management consulting company located in Baton Rouge, LA focused on empowering business owners to formulate strategic plans, growing sales and profits and improving organizational effectiveness.
Tim is a TAB-certified facilitator as well as a Strategic Business Leadership coach. Tim brings 22 years of experience in the specialty chemicals industry to his current role, mainly in global business management and business development roles.
Tim has BS and PhD degrees in chemistry from Davidson College and Purdue University, respectively, and an MSIA (MBA-equivalent) degree from the Krannert School of Management at Purdue University.
Professional memberships include the American Chemical Society and the Chemical Development and Marketing Association. For more information about Tim, please see his LinkedIn page at http://www.linkedin.com/in/timstoll3.
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