Kristin Groos Richmond co-founded Revolution Foods in 2005 to transform the way we feed our students. Richmond continues to lead the growth of the company, which now serves 200,000+ healthy meals daily to youth across nine states and employs over 1000 communitymembers. Prior to Revolution Foods, her career spanned from corporate finance to education reform, including co-founding the Kenya Community Center for Learning and serving as vice president at RISE. Richmond was on the White House Council for Community Solutions and is an Aspen Institute Entrepreneurial Leaders In Public Education Fellow, an Education Pioneers Fellow and an Ashoka Fellow. She is a board member of Lighthouse Community Charter School and UC Berkeley’s Global Social Venture Competition. Richmond was named a WEF Young Global Leader and is one of TIME magazine’s Education Activists of 2011.