REV+ALL is Sustainability Transformation Education, Training, and Collaboration
REV+ALL believes that embracing and embedding a culture of sustainability and climate resilience within a business or organization is not only an ethical and environmental necessity, but also makes proven financial sense, reducing costs, increasing profitability, and preparing for the future.
We are on a mission to harness the energy and entrepreneurial spirit of organizations and support them in making the changes necessary for a more sustainable and resilient world.
Who We Are
REV+ALL is a collaboration between REV, a business-to-business sustainability education consultancy, and the Alliance for Community Development (ACD), a nonprofit dedicated to supporting local, underrepresented entrepreneurs.
Combining REV’s sustainability curriculum and expertise with ACD’s entrepreneurial business support, REV+ALL offers a best-in-class platform to support the Sustainability Transformation of businesses and organizations who are ready to undertake Sustainability Transformations. This platform of online courses, coaching, community forums as well as tools and resources helps organizations develop and accelerate their sustainability journeys.
REV+ALL is a fully remote program and team working across the globe from places like:
- California (San Francisco, Santa Cruz, Oakland)
- Washington State
- United Kingdom (UK)
Meet Our Team
Elliot Hoffman (Founder / CEO of REV and REV Sustainability Circles) has been a business and community leader in the San Francisco Bay Area for over 30 years. He was co-founder and CEO of Just Desserts, one of the most highly respected and loved brands in the SF Bay Area. Elliot played a lead role in the passage of the California Solar Initiative in 2006 (a $3.5B 10-year solar initiative) and in passing California’s groundbreaking AB32 (“The California Global Warming Solution Act of 2006”). He chaired the Board of Directors of the Presidio Graduate School, the first MBA in Sustainable Business Management in the U.S.
James Nixon is Co-Founder and Director of Business Development for REV+ALL, Co-Founder and Principal of Sustainable Systems, and a member of the Leadership Team for Our Planet Our Future. He served as Lead Consultant for: formation of the Bay Area Equity Fund, first impact venture fund to go to scale; Mission Verde, San Antonio’s Sustainable Economic Development Initiative; and as Senior VP of Progressive Asset Management, first socially responsible investment broker/dealer. He is Board Member and Treasurer of the Alliance for Community Development and serves on the Boards of the TechEquity Collaborative, Oakland and the World Enterprises, and Tamalpa Institute.
Jenny Sant’Anna, Director of Operations: Jenny brings a strong mix of entrepreneurship, civic engagement, sustainability, and a technology background to her role as Program Designer, Operations, and Administrations Director at REV+ALL. Jenny formerly served as VP of Operations at REV leading service delivery, reporting, and IT teams. In addition, Jenny developed training and procedures for delivery of new products, recruiting, training, and cross-departmental integration ensuring scalability for REV’s expansion. Prior to REV, Jenny co-founded a first-generation mobile software company, SoftMagic Corp. (which was acquired by Puma Tech) where she was VP of Operations. Jenny serves on the Board of Directors at Hunger at Home, a nonprofit addressing food insecurity in Silicon Valley. Jenny holds a B.S. in Education & Social Policy from Northwestern University and an MPA in Sustainable Management from Presidio Graduate School and is a certified TRUE Zero Waste Advisor (GBCI).
Rory Bakke, VP of Product Development: Rory brings 25+ years of sustainability experience ranging from business sustainability strategy and policy development, to public sector climate action planning and the development of global sustainability guidance and standards for Underwriter’s Laboratories and B Corps. Rory has won several program design awards and holds an MPA from Claremont Graduate University in Public Policy, an Executive degree in Sustainable Business Management from Presidio Graduate School and is a graduate of the CORO Foundation Fellowship Program in Public Affairs. Rory is also a Certified Professional Coach (CPCC) which forms the foundation for her emphasis on change management and behavior change engagement.
Julia McCotter, Director of Marketing: Julia is a Marketing and Communications consultant with a deep focus on social impact. Drawing from a multidisciplinary background, her mission is to use storytelling to drive social, economic, and environmental change. As a consultant, she has spearheaded projects spanning from large events to social media to data-driven grant writing. Julia holds her Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Mills College, where she minored in Studio Art. She earned her Master of Business Administration from the Lorry I. Lokey School of Business and Public Policy, where she wrote her capstone on the competitive advantages of worker-owned cooperatives.