Revolution Foods Names Tammy Wincup as President and Chief Commercial Officer
We are excited to announce that Tammy Wincup has been appointed as the company’s President and Chief Commercial Officer. Wincup most recently served as president of Protocol, a digital media company founded under the POLITICO Media Group, and Chief Operating Officer for EVERFI, an education technology company. She brings more than 25 years of strategic and operational business experience to help drive Revolution Foods’ next chapter of accelerated growth.
“This is an exciting, new chapter for Revolution Foods,” said Dominic Engels, CEO of Revolution Foods. “Tammy brings an incredible wealth of business, government and education knowledge at a time when the company is focused on serving our K-12 customers and expanding to new markets. Tammy will be key to strengthening our partnerships to promote health and wellness for all communities.”
“At a time when health and wellness and food insecurity are top of mind, Revolution Foods is playing a critical role in the lives of students, families, schools and communities,” said Wincup. “Access to healthy foods is an issue all Americans can get behind and I am honored to return to education and impact work to help carry on Revolution Foods’ growth.”
Before Protocol, Tammy served as a Senior Advisor to The RISE Fund, the $2 billion global impact fund led by private equity firm TPG, and nearly a decade as Chief Operating Officer of EVERFI, a leading social impact edtech company focused on using digital learning to teach critical skills, including in over 20,000 K-12 schools.
Prior to EVERFI, Tammy’s career was in international development, including serving in the U.S. Department of State from 2001 – 2006, where she helped develop the Middle East Partnership Initiative, a $300 million fund focused on economic and education foreign assistance to the Middle East. Early in her career, Tammy worked in South Africa, Egypt and Sri Lanka leading education and economic growth projects for Price Waterhouse’s International Strategy Group.
Tammy is a Pahara – Aspen Institute Fellow, an independent member of the Rethink Education investment committee, and is also active with a number of public charter schools and non-profit education boards in the Washington, D.C. area.