Entrepreneurs Who Turned Service Into A Career: Revolution Foods


Kristin Groos Richmond and Kirsten Saenz Tobey both had plenty of experience in business and nonprofits prior to founding Revolution Foods in 2005. The for-profit organization drew not only from the business school classmates’ entrepreneur know-how, but also Richmond’s Vice Presidency at the education non-profit RISE and Tobey’s work evaluating school feeding programs in Ghana. Revolution Foods aims to get kids healthy by offering schools and individuals the chance to purchase nutritious meals and health education.Today, Revolution Foods Inc. has dished up over 33 million healthy meals – and made $50 million in revenue, reaching number 2 on the list of fastest growing inner city businesses.

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