Kirsten Saenz Tobey

Kirsten Saenz Tobey co-founded Revolution Foods in 2006 to transform the way America eats and solve the problem of limited access to healthy meals. The company’s innovative approach began with serving freshly prepared, healthy meals to students in schools nationwide, and the company is now serving over 1.5 million school…

Kirsten Saenz Tobey co-founded Revolution Foods in 2006 to transform the way America eats and solve the problem of limited access to healthy meals. The company’s innovative approach began with serving freshly prepared, healthy meals to students in schools nationwide, and the company is now serving over 1.5 million school meals every week in 15 states.

Parent and kid demand for Revolution Foods products inspired the company to expand to the grocery store aisles and the company now offers a full line of healthy, ready-to-eat, on-the-go meals and snacks to nourish families throughout the day. 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.

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Kirsten Saenz Tobey co-founded Revolution Foods in 2006 to transform the way America eats and solve the problem of limited access to healthy meals. The company’s innovative approach began with serving freshly prepared, healthy meals to students in schools nationwide, and the company is now serving over 1.5 million school…

Kirsten Saenz Tobey co-founded Revolution Foods in 2006 to transform the way America eats and solve the problem of limited access to healthy meals. The company’s innovative approach began with serving freshly prepared, healthy meals to students in schools nationwide, and the company is now serving over 1.5 million school meals every week in 15 states.

Parent and kid demand for Revolution Foods products inspired the company to expand to the grocery store aisles and the company now offers a full line of healthy, ready-to-eat, on-the-go meals and snacks to nourish families throughout the day. 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.

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