According to the biographical profile posted on the company website in 2006, after Knoll graduated from Georgetown University he worked at Hill & Knowlton and "during the 1992 election cycle, as a research analyst and speechwriter at the Republican National Committee." He subsequently worked as a mergers and acquisitions representative for CliniCorp, Inc., a Florida based physician practice management company and then, in 1994, was a founder of Complete Wellness Centers (CWC), a healthcare management company where he was Vice President of Operations.
In 2003 he was one of the two senior Nichols-Dezenhall staff proposed to have carriage of "an agressive awareness campaign" for the American Chemistry Council to counter growing support for the adoption of the precautionary principle in the regulation of chemicals.
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- "Partners", RSC Partners website, accessed November 2008.
- "Executives: Los Angeles", Dezenhall Resources website, archived page from April 2005.
- "Locations", Dezenhall Resources website, archived page from January 2006.
- Nichols-Dezenhall, "Precautionary Principle Campaign Proposal", undated but from July 2003. The copy of the plan is a 30kb pdf file. See File:DezACC.pdf