About Revunami Inc.

Revunami is a strategic consulting firm that leverages digital technology to help not-for-profits, healthcare organizations, and businesses increase their revenue. Our goal is for our clients to realize a measurable return on their investment.

We achieve this goal by taking the time to understand our clients’ businesses and constituents. We then work with our clients to determine how the web and social media can best impact their bottom lines. Revunami’s vast expertise ensures that our clients spend their time and resources where they will see the greatest return.

By using a blend of staff and freelancers, Revunami has the flexibility to handle a variety of simultaneous projects while keeping costs low. We are a full-service firm that offers analysis, strategy, implementation, and execution. Our efficiency allows us to provide the best value to our clients.

See our services page for a full list of what Revunami can offer your organization or business. Revunami’s clients include Avon Foundation for Women, Parkinson’s Disease Foundation, Brain & Behavior Research Foundation, and the Genetics Policy Institute.

Managing Director Amin Tehrani established Revunami in March 2008. Our mission is simple: leverage digital technology to create a measurable increase in revenue for our clients. Let us help you today, unless you’re anti-revenue.

About Our Founder

Amin Tehrani
Managing Director

Amin founded Revunami in 2008 after more than eight years of experience managing all online activities for JDRF (formerly the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation). Under Amin’s leadership, JDRF’s new media and e-commerce group grew from a two-person cost center in 2000 to a 10-person profit center in 2008. JDRF’s annual online revenue increased from $50,000 to over $25,000,000 during that time. Although he found his work with JDRF extremely rewarding, Amin created Revunami to expand his successful online efforts to other worthy causes.

Amin has extensive experience with external and internal web-based communications, online revenue generation, online marketing, and web-based application development and implementation. He has led a number of major interactive projects ranging from custom developed content management systems, event management systems, workflow management systems, site redesigns, and intranets. One of his proudest accomplishments is leading the creation of the award-winning social networking site, TypeOneNation.org.

Amin has received several awards for his work, including the JDRF “Staff Member of the Year” award in 2006. He has a bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Binghamton University.


Hope Adair
Senior Consultant, Change Management and Information Systems

hopeHope Adair comes to Revunami with more than five years of experience managing programs and business development for both for-profit companies and non-profit organizations, including The American Horticultural Society, The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, and the Genetics Policy Institute.

Her areas of expertise include database development and management, data migration and synchronization, staff training, and project management. She also has extensive experience working with Raiser’s Edge. Hope has worked on a wide variety of national and international fundraising campaigns, overseeing list segmentation, design, development, and analysis and reporting.

Hope speaks English, Spanish, and Portuguese, and has a Bachelor’s degree in Communications from Virginia Tech.

Rachael Lewinson
Senior Content Specialist

Rachael LewisonRachael Lewinson has more than 15 years of experience as a nonprofit marketing and communications professional. As National Manager of Online Communications for JDRF (formerly the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation), she launched and managed a social network for people with type 1 diabetes, recruiting and stewarding 18,000+ members and bringing in $1M in revenue for the organization. Rachael has spoken at major health-centered conferences and was featured on the cover of Medical Marketing & Media magazine in October 2009 for her work on TypeOneNation (then Juvenation). Rachael also created and managed JDRF’s web and social media strategies for several years. She has written extensively for online and offline publications including websites, magazines, newsletters, blogs, annual reports, brochures, toolkits, and video scripts. She has been through two major branding initiatives—one with the American Museum of Natural History and one with JDRF—and has worked collaboratively with marketing, fundraising, and advocacy professionals to ensure that branding and messaging is clear and consistent across multiple platforms.

Rachael is conversant in Spanish and has a Bachelor of Arts degree from St. Lawrence University.