Via News Release
“MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 14, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Revel, a leading health action platform, announced today it has experienced significant growth in 2018, more than doubling its staff and adding new leadership to its executive team. The company has named Kurt Cegielski to the role of Senior Vice President, Client Success and Ryan Schoenecker as Senior Vice President, Sales & Marketing. Schoenecker and Cegielski previously worked in senior leadership positions at RedBrick Health, a successful Minnesota-based healthcare organization. Both Schoenecker and Cegielski will work closely with Revel CEO Jeff Fritz and President Kyle Gunderson.”
“As Revel grows, we’re adding infrastructure at the executive level to maintain alignment to our overall strategy and support the Revel teams working directly with our customers,” said Fritz. “Both Kurt and Ryan bring significant experience within the healthcare industry as well as strong leadership acumen. I’m excited to work alongside them as we continue to transform the industry.”
Mr. Cegielski was a co-founder of RedBrick Health, where he served as SVP, Employee Solutions and was responsible for employer sales, client success and health strategy. His background also includes successful leadership roles at one of the largest health plans in the United States. Cegielski is known for his ability to lead organizations through periods of rapid growth while preserving the highest levels of customer satisfaction.
Mr. Schoenecker has over 15 years’ experience in sales planning, strategy and leadership with large multinational corporations. He was Senior Vice President of Sales for RedBrick Health where he was instrumental in revenue growth prior to the company’s acquisition. He previously led business development and strategic account management for Fortune 500 and healthcare companies, including Best Doctors and Pitney Bowes Management Systems.
“I’m excited to join Revel at such a pivotal time in the company’s trajectory,” said Schoenecker. “Revel represents not merely great technology, but the opportunity to improve people’s lives.” Cegielski agreed, adding “We’re privileged to join a team of incredibly talented, innovative healthcare professionals. 2019 is going to be a landmark year for Revel, and I can’t wait to be a part of its mission and success.”
Revel’s growth has been accelerated by an equity investment from Minneapolis-based TT Capital Partners in late 2017 and the recent acquisitions of several key customers. CEO Fritz noted Revel is now managing health action programs for three of the four largest healthcare companies in the United States.
Revel Connect is the health action platform that moves people to do things that are good for them. Revel helps healthcare organizations connect with members and patients as humans, driving them t