Kristin Groos Richmond
Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Kristin Groos Richmond co-founded Revolution Foods in 2005 to transform the way students and children are fed in the US. She continues to lead the growth and development of the company, which serves over 120,000 healthy meals daily across 9 US states and employs 800+ community members. Prior to founding Revolution Foods, Groos Richmond's career spanned from corporate finance to education reform, including co-founding the Kenya Community Center for Learning and serving as Vice-President at RISE, dedicated to recruiting and retaining quality teachers in public schools. Groos Richmond is on the White House Council for Community Solutions, and is an Aspen Institute Entrepreneurial Leaders in Public Education Fellow, Education Pioneers Fellow and Ashoka Fellow. She is also a Board Member of the Lighthouse Community Charter School and the UC Berkeley Global Social Venture Competition. Groos Richmond is one of Time Magazine's Education Activists of 2011 and a NewSchools Venture Fund 2012 Entrepreneur of the Year. She has a BSc from Boston College and an MBA from UC Berkeley.