About This Episode

Kirsten Saenz Tobey, Co-Founder and Chief Impact Officer of Revolution Foods, describes how the B Corp she co-founded is helping kids now and in the future. “Our focus has always been to build lifelong healthy eaters, and to do that through primarily school and institutional food systems and access to high quality, healthy food,” she says. One of Revolution Foods’ keys to this strategy is getting kids food they like. “Every time we design a new dish or a new meal, our chefs go out into school cafeterias to test it with kids and get feedback on which they liked and which they didn't like as much.”  

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Kirsten Tobey

Kirsten Saenz Tobey

Co-Founder and Chief Impact Officer

Kirsten Saenz Tobey is Co-Founder and Chief Impact Officer of Revolution Foods. Previously, Tobey was a teacher, researcher and garden educator with Earthjustice, the School for Field Studies, and Phillips Academy at Andover. 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.

Revolution Foods

Revolution Foods is committed to transforming citywide wellness by providing healthy, culturally relevant, and affordable meals for school and community feeding programs nationwide. It was certified as a B Corp in 2009 and converted to a Delaware Public Benefit Corporation (PBC) in 2021.