1. Revolution Foods Daily Bites


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    • Food for Thought


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      Listen up, Moms and Dads, sending your kids off to school with healthy, satisfying lunches -- and completed homework -- can be easier than you think. Here are some helpful tips.

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      • How Funders and Social Businesses Evaluate Social Impact Differently


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        While some companies try to modify existing business models to be more socially responsible, some other companies like Revolution Foods and FundWell have social responsibility as an integral component of their business model. On March 15, 2013 Kristin Richmond CEO of Revolution Foods and Chinwe Onyeagoro, CEO of FundWell, attended the annual conference of Mills College’s Lorry I. Lokey School of Business to discuss how their companies create a positive social impact in their communities. The two social entrepreneurs discussed their corporate values with Nina Robinson, one of the portfolio managers of Inner City Advisors and a Mills Alumna, moderating. From left: Kristin Groos Richmond, CEO of Revolution Foods; Chinwe Onyegoro, CEO and Co-founder of Fundwell; and Nina Robinson, Portfolio Manager at ICA Advisors as moderator.

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        • Social Venture Founders Tips


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          Three successful social venture founders explain how they financed their startups, from the earliest days through their high growth stages. This discussion was part of the Spring Conference at Mills College's Center for Socially Responsible Business (mills.edu/csrb/) in April 2012. The moderator is Michael C. Bush, CEO of The 8 Factors (http://www.the8factors.com) and Lecturer of Entrepreneurship at the Lorry I. Lokey Graduate School of Business (mills.edu/mba). The panelists, from the left, are Kirsten Tobey, Founder and Chief Innovation Officer at Revolution Foods (http://www.revfoods.com), Lalitha Swart, Founder and CEO at TripSketch (http://www.tripsketch.com), and Scott Leonard, Founder and CEO of Indigenous Designs (http://www.indigenous.com).

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          • Kirsten Tobey: On Recognizing Your Passion


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            Kirsten Tobey, co-founder and Chief Innovation Officer of Revolution Foods, describes leaving a teaching career to start a business aimed at revolutionizing the school lunch. For more stories from changemakers like Kirsten, visit: http://netimpact.org/careerstories

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            • Kristin Groos Richmond founder of Revolution Foods


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              Kristin Groos Richmond talks about Revolution Foods for the Women in Business Series at Pandora Headquarters.

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              • Understanding Childhood Obesity & Nutrition


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                Presented by The Bernard Center for Women, Politics & Public Policy www.bernardcenter.org Thursday, September 15, 2011 The Arc, Washington, D.C. Cover photo: Ben Zweig Photography www.DCEventPhoto.com

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                • Scaling Social Businesses for Maximum Impact


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                  • Sheryl O’Loughlin, Co-founder/Chief Executive Officer/President of The Nest Collective • Kirsten Saenz Tobey, Co-founder/Chief Innovation Officer of Revolution Foods • Fiona Wilson, Professor at Simmons School of Management (SOM) In less than five years, both Revolution Foods and Nest Collective have grown from small local start-ups to certified B Corporations with national reach. Their stories illustrate how effective business strategies, combined with commitment to social and environmental standards, can drive rapid growth. This session will include a discussion of innovators in social business, focusing on the unique partnership between these two companies that share a mission to provide children with healthy, nutritious food.

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