Address

7726 N. Owasso Expy
Owasso, OK 74055

Contact Information

Call: 918-949-6699

Email: chip@gnupharma.com

Research Interests

  • Endocannabinoid System
  • Nutritional Targeting
  • Plant-Based Flavonoids

Chip Paul

Forensic Researcher & Endocannabinoid Health Science

Biography

Chip is a 6th generation Oklahoman and a proud member of the Chickasaw Nation.  He is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma with a BS in Mathematics and has done graduate work at Oklahoma State University.  Chip began his public career working with Bell, Phillips Petroleum and Williams Communication on projects for such customers as the NFL, PGA, NBA, NHL, ESPN and various other top national news organizations. His private career began in health and wellness and is today one of the leading ECS experts in the nation.

Chip Paul has an interesting and eclectic biography.  Classically trained as a mathematician, Paul was hired out of college by Southwestern Bell Corporation to do statistical methods and analysis on the companies affirmative action program.  Paul wrote the methodology and developed software to track compliance company wide.  Paul was awarded with, what then was, Southwestern Bell’s highest achievement award.  By the early 2000’s Paul had started his entrepreneurial career.  Paul has built several companies including a regional retail candy company, a Tulsa based home care company, a national franchise company, and a national natural products company.  Paul has appeared in numerous business publications including Entrepreneur Magazine, Forbes, The New York Times, Franchise Times, and many local and regional publications.  Paul and his wife Cynthia also founded and still lead www.oklahomansforhealth.com which has successfully led the passage of State Question 788, Oklahoma’s new medical marijuana law.  Paul is also the principal author of SQ788 and has been deeply involved in the regulation of SQ788.  Additionally Paul has co-founded the Oklahoma Cannabis Trade Association which is the largest cannabis trade organization in Oklahoma.