About Us

Red Sequoia was founded by Ben Schulkin in 2008.

We help sustainable and purpose-driven companies achieve their business goals

Red Sequoia partners with forward-thinking organizations to create high-caliber websites, develop strategic online marketing plans and build exciting web applications.

As a full service green web design company, we engage our time and talents to help our clients achieve positive social and environmental change.

Below are some of our clients:

Artplace America is a collaboration among a number of foundations, federal agencies, and financial institutions to transform communities across America through community development and creative placemaking.

The Performing Arts Alliance is the premier advocate for America’s professional nonprofit arts organizations, artists, and their publics before the US Congress and key policy makers.

Great Swamp Watershed Association is a New Jersey-based association dedicated to protecting and improving the water resources of the Passaic River region, from the Great Swamp headwaters to Newark Bay, for present and future generations.

MIT's Music and Theater Department is a dedicated website for the Music and Theater Arts department of one of the world's top universities.

We Are a Green Web Design Agency

Red Sequoia is dedicated to contributing to positive social and environmental change. We do this by minimizing our carbon footprint through conservation efforts, and partnering with organizations focused on making a positive social and environmental impact.


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Our Process

Our proven six-step process is carefully crafted to help you develop a stronger web presence, realize your business objectives, and attract new customers. From the initial discovery phase to the final launch phase, we work closely with you every step of the way.


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Our Executive Team

Ben Schulkin


Nathan Coffey

Senior Project Manager & WordPress Developer

Our Partners

Kostas Nicolapoulos


Tony Gerasimov


David Walker

Graphic Designer