our mission:

to build lifelong healthy eaters by
making kid-inspired, chef-crafted™
food accessible to all.
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our story

our
story

Revolution Foods was founded by two moms to transform the way America eats by providing access to healthy, affordable meals to schools. We believe that proper nutrition is a cornerstone of providing our youth the nourishment they need to lead successful, healthy lives.

Today we offer healthy meals in both schools and stores. We serve over one million freshly prepared meals every week to K-12 schools nationwide and our retail products are available across the country.

food philosophy

food
philosophy

We say "Real Food for All™" because we believe
everyone should have access to real foods. Foods that
are whole. Foods made with carefully-considered
ingredients that promote healthy growth and
development. Our meals are made from natural
ingredients. Nothing fake. Nothing artificial*.
Because you deserve nothing less.
*no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives.

learn more about our stance
nutrition education

nutrition
education

To us, the front line of education is the lunch line. It's not just about serving healthy meals, it's about nurturing healthier habits. That's why we partner with our schools to deliver nutrition education programs aimed at empowering students to make smarter eating decisions.

Our programming ranges from classroom instruction to off-campus, hands-on activities designed to encourage student interest and involvement in healthy eating.

careers

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our team

Igniting a healthy food revolution - it’s a big job. Want to be a part of our revolution? If you think you’ve got what it takes, we’re always looking for talented people to join our team.

check out our openings across the country

our team

kristin groos richmond

Co-Founder + Chief Executive Officer
Kristin's career has spanned from corporate finance at Citibank to education. She was formerly the Vice President of Resources for Indispensable Schools and Educators and co-founded the Kenya Community Center for Learning in Nairobi. Kristin is an Aspen Institute New Leaders in Education Fellow, an Ashoka Fellow and an Education Pioneers Fellow. She is also a member of the White House Council for Community Solutions and a Young Global Leader Fellow of the World Economic Forum.

kirsten saenz tobey

Co-Founder + Chief Impact Officer
Kirsten began her career teaching and leading education programs in the U.S. and Latin America. She is an Ashoka Fellow, Aspen Institute Environmental Fellow, member of the Culinary Institute of America's Sustainable Business Leadership Council and past mentor for the Women's Initiative Fellowship Program.

kendall baker

Chief Financial Officer
Kendall spent the first part of her career in various senior financial roles at Bechtel Corp. and later helped grow and strengthen Citadon and Air Toxics Ltd. She was most recently the CFO of Siterra Corp.

diana fair

Chief Operating Officer
Diana's management and executive leadership experience began as the VP of Operations for the Cheesecake Factory. She later became the President and COO of eatZi's and most recently Eaturna.

amy klein

Executive Chef
Amy served as the Director of Operations for Teach for America before launching her career in the culinary arts. She ran her own catering business, taught cooking classes and was a lead chef for Parties That Cook.

david de souza

Executive Vice President
David has over 20 years of marketing and management experience in consumer products, the food industry and health and wellness. Most recently, as the general manager of Kashi Company, he led the natural CPG business with $550M in annual sales.

pat donovan

Vice President of Business Development
Pat has more than 20 years of management and executive leadership experience including roles at Aon-Hewitt and Vail Resorts. He also serves on the boards of Colorado Succeeds and Get Smart Schools, and serves as Board Chair of Rocky Mountain Prep. He served as an expert advisor to the Colorado Governor’s Technical Advisory Group on Educator Effectiveness. Pat holds an MA in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from University of Colorado and a BS in Business from the University of Colorado.

alex agee II

Vice President of Urban Business Development.
Alex has held the role of VP of Urban Business Development at both Aramark Education and Sodexo. Previously, he’s held leadership positions at companies across multiple industries including L’Oreal, Inc., American Airlines and IBM. Alex holds an M.B.A. in business management from Pepperdine University and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Detroit Mercy.

rich sikoral

VP Sales Support Services
Rich is a food service veteran of over 30 years with chain restaurant management and K-12 food and facilities leadership experience. He was most recently with Aramark Education Services were he served as Vice President of Sales Support and Program Engineering. At Aramark, he has also held leadership roles in Operations, Sales and Sales Engineering/Process Design and New Unit Openings. Prior to Aramark, Rich served at Sodexo Services in the K-12 marketplace. Rich has a BSBA and Masters of Science in Management along with a FMP (Food Management Professional) designation from the National Restaurant Association.

neil neufeld

Vice President of Operations
Neil has spent his whole career in the food and beverage industry and has held leadership a wide range of positions including: Director of Operations for eatZi’s, Director of Food Service for HEB’s Central Market, Senior Vice President of Operations for Balducci’s and Chief Operating Officer for Marvelous Market.

board of directors

kristin groos richmond

Co-Founder + CEO
Kristin's career has spanned from corporate finance at Citibank to education. She was formerly the Vice President of Resources for Indispensable Schools and Educators and co-founded the Kenya Community Center for Learning in Nairobi. Kristin is an Aspen Institute New Leaders in Education Fellow, an Ashoka Fellow and an Education Pioneers Fellow. She is also a member of the White House Council for Community Solutions and a Young Global Leader Fellow of the World Economic Forum.

kirsten saenz tobey

Co-Founder + Chief Impact Officer
Kirsten began her career teaching and leading education programs in the U.S. and Latin America. She is an Ashoka Fellow, Aspen Institute Environmental Fellow, member of the Culinary Institute of America's Sustainable Business Leadership Council and past mentor for the Women's Initiative Fellowship Program.

steve case

Chairman + CEO, Revolution
Steve Case, co-founder of AOL, is one of America's best-known and most accomplished entrepreneurs and philanthropists, and a pioneer in making the Internet part of everyday life. He currently serves as Chairman and CEO of Revolution, a DC-based investment firm that has backed more than thirty companies, including Revolution Foods, Sweetgreen, Bigcommerce, Zipcar and Everyday Health.

mike dorsey

Westly Group, Managing Partner
Has served on the company's board since the inception of Revolution Foods. Currently serves on the Board of Directors of United Way of the Bay Area and advisory boards of Stanford University.

jerry gallagher

Oak Investment Partners, GP
Sponsored over 40 retail and restaurant investments including Baja Fresh, Chamate, Cheddar's Casual Cafe, Dick's Sporting Goods, Jamba Juice, Lucy Activewear, Office Depot, One Medical Group, PETsMART, P.F. Chang's, China Bistro, Potbelly Sandwich Works, Revolution Foods, Ulta Salon Cosmetics and Fragrance and Whole Foods Market.

mark perutz

DBL Investors, Partner
Current and former portfolio companies: Primus Power, SolarCity, Tesla Motors, PowerLight, eMeter, Solaria, Solexant, Labcyte, XDx, Bentek and ReShape

richard schnieders

Former CEO, Sysco Corporation
Holds community board positions at Save the Children, Stone Barns, UNFI and Revolution Foods. Founded mobile grocery, MoGro, to provide healthy, affordable food to underserved communities.

jed smith

Catamount Ventures, Partner
Founded drugstore.com in 1997. Co-founded Cybersmith. Currently on the board of Linden Lab, Seventh Generation, Numi Organic Tea, Banyan Water, Plum Organics, and Revolution Foods.
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