Revolve is dedicated to bringing powerful, measurable change to both our local community and the world around us. Our corporate citizenship initiatives are implemented on several levels, ranging from company-wide platforms to employee-match donation incentives. We also support numerous civic-minded events, activities, and youth-oriented programs.
Revolve Solutions LLC is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business founded in 2006 in Alexandria, VA to provide full-service, enterprise architecture, business consulting, and communication services that REVOLVE around our customers’ needs.
Our customized, innovative, campaigns for some of the country’s largest enterprises, including the U.S. Army (Force Management Support Agency, Logistics Innovation Agency, Office of Business Transformation), U.S. Marines, Public Broadcasting Service, Comcast, and many more have propelled us to the epicenter of the Federal contracting space.
Through this experience, Revolve offers demonstrated and deep expertise in a wide variety of functional and key subject areas, ranging from business process improvement, program/project management, and business transformation/change to multi-media services, strategic communications, and IT and software application. We employ approximately 20 employees and consultants, who are always ready for a challenge. And who surpass all expectations and goals. Each. And. Every. Time. Because at Revolve, we truly believe that every organization and its requirements are unique.
Which is why our solutions REVOLVE around your needs!
Certified since 2006
Our solutions revolve around our customers’ needs.
Revolve prefers to operate where the solutions are not pre-determined.
Where larger firms may offer a proprietary formula for solving problems, Revolve crafts an approach and solutions to address the unique challenges faced by our customers. In the pursuit of mission success, Revolve empowers its people to own their responsibilities and evolve along the way.
Meet the Owner
Revolve is owned by Christopher Reese, a native of Pennsylvania but a resident of Alexandria, VA since 1998. Late in 2000, Chris launched his first consulting firm to tackle the needs of developing and distributing educational content for adults through digital channels. As the Internet emerged as a viable alternative to videotape and satellite delivery, his work required some ingenuity to determine how to utilize new technologies to supply adult learners with instructionally-sound content.
Chris enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps and served 23 years before retiring in 2015. He deployed to Iraq in 2003, which caused him to temporarily shutter his business. Upon his return, he spent time working inside SAIC, Freddie Mac and the Defense Intelligence Agency. He learned how large organizations operated and managed talent and training. In 2006, he ventured back into the entrepreneurial waters and established Revolve Solutions LLC. By 2009, he had his first government contract in place and, over the past decade, has established Revolve as a strategic small business partner.
Revolve strives to do its part within the community, and is often aligned with its employees’ priorities. Over the years, Revolve has made charitable contributions to many organizations, and matched employee donations to these causes. Recently, Revolve has focused additional energy and resources towards these initiatives.
UPMC Children's Hospital Of Pittsburgh
Phenylketonuria (PKU) Research Endowment (The Dr. Breck Fund)
Dr. Jane Breck has worked tirelessly for decades focusing on better treatments and, hopefully, a cure one day for people living with PKU. As a developmental pediatrician, she stepped up to care for these patients at a time in Pittsburgh when there was no one specializing in PKU. The Jane M. Breck, MD, PKU Fund will generate resources each and every year to help advance PKU treatment and research for years to come.
Revolve’s owner, Christopher Reese, established this first-of-its-kind endowment to establish the PKU Fund, driven by the shared upbringing with his brother, who continues to live with PKU.
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF)
From funding innovative research to advocating for government action to providing a support structure for our community, no other organization does more to fight type 1 diabetes (T1D) than JDRF.
At age 11, Chris's son, Liam Reese was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. Through an amazing doctor and nursing staff, a supportive healthcare insurance provider, and JDRF, the Reese family has been able to support Liam in his recovery and his transition to a life with T1D. Revolve is supporting JDRF as the Reese’s participate in fundraisers like the JDRF One Walk in Washington, DC and Ride for the Cure in Amelia Island, FL.
Marine Corps Association (MCAF)
The Marine Corps Association Foundation helps develop leaders by providing forums for professional education, exchanging ideas and preserving the traditions of the Corps. We stand by Marines with valuable resources through every step of their Marine Corps journey.
As a Marine who served 23 years, Revolve's Owner, Christopher Reese believes that his duty continues in supporting MCAF. Revolve has sponsored, and will continue to sponsor, MCAF events so that other Marines may benefit from the support.