Tammy is currently a Venture Partner at Rethink Education, an advisor at Revolution Foods and Citizen Data, and a board director at the Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning. Tammy was most recently the President of Revolution Foods, a B-Corporation and Public Benefit Corporation (PBC) committed to serving fresh, healthy, delicious, and affordable meals accessible to K12 students and food insecure consumer segments. Previously, Tammy was the founding President of Protocol, a media company covering the intersection of tech and policy. Founded as a part of POLITICO Media Group and sold to Axel Springer Media in 2021, Tammy grew Protocol from a pre-launch idea to a dominant player in the tech policy media space. In 2019, Tammy was a Senior Advisor to The RISE Fund. The RISE Fund is a $2 billion global impact fund led by private equity firm TPG in collaboration with a group of renowned stakeholders including U2 lead singer Bono. During her time, Tammy led the go-to-market revenue strategy for a TPG education portfolio company, InStride. From 2010 to 2019, Tammy was the Chief Operating Officer (COO) at EVERFI, the leading education technology company focused on using digital learning to teach learners of all ages critical skills. As COO, Tammy oversaw EVERFI’s 600 team members; led the development of national and global enterprise partnerships; oversaw the development of EVERFI’s digital learning technology platform; and spearheaded the implementation of that technology in over 21,000 K-12 schools and 1500 college campuses, and supporting the over 4,000 corporate customers that purchased the technology. After September 11th, 2001, Tammy was politically appointed to the U.S. Department of State, where she helped develop and manage the Middle East Partnership Initiative, a $300 million fund focused on economic and education foreign assistance to the Middle East. In 2006, she refocused in the U.S. working with leading companies on growth business plans. Tammy was also an advisor to the Bush-Cheney 2004 Presidential campaign where she advised on foreign policy and debate preparation. Early in her career, Tammy worked in South Africa and Egypt leading economic growth and democracy projects for Price Waterhouse’s International Strategy Group. She returned to the United States to run customer success for a technology start-up in San Francisco, and at Diamond Technology Partners, a public company focused on helping Fortune 500 companies innovate with technology.