Kim Sabo-Flores, Ph.D.
Kim leads the Algorhythm team towards our mission of ensuring that every client has the right tools to make a significant difference. Kim has been a constant “activator” throughout her professional career, making the arts, youth development, evaluation concepts and complex data both real and functional for everyone around her. She makes evaluation processes and products both useful and accessible for all, particularly engaging youth in the process. Drawing upon her training in developmental and environmental psychology, Kim has introduced hundreds of people, their programs and their communities, to the empowering impact of creative and sustained participation, reflection and evaluation. In addition, she has worked with numerous foundations, governmental agencies and nonprofits, supporting them to measure their community impacts and progress toward achieving their missions. Her unique approach highlights the virtuous potential of evaluation and learning systems.
Kim has conducted international research and evaluation projects that have focused on youth development, civic engagement, children’s rights, post conflict, protection, international development and a variety of social issues. Specifically, she has worked with government, UN Agencies, and non-government agencies to explore the implementation strategies and impacts of the Convention on The Rights Of The Child. Recent clients include the Robert Bowne Foundation, Cricket Island Foundation, GSUSA, Literacy Inc., Girls for Gender Equity and Repair the World. Kim has authored several books and publications on evaluation, and organizational learning and development and currently holds the Chair of The American Evaluation Association Topical Interest Group –Youth Focused Evaluation. Kim’s Ph.D. is in Environmental Psychology from The City University of New York.
Co-Founder, COO and Chief Collaborator
Sally builds and manages Algorhythm’s internal and external relationships to ensure that our work together is meaningful and efficient. Sally has specialized in program and grants management and capacity building for nearly 15 years and has particular expertise in corporate community involvement and the utilization of evaluation data to improve program design and implementation. Her strengths lie in taking overarching strategy and learnings and making them practical and feasible on the ground – working closely with individuals and teams to make things work. She collaborated closely with Pete in the initial development and implementation of the Core Capacity Assessment Tool as well as managed numerous multi-faceted evaluation and grants management engagements during her tenure as Director of Program/Grants Management and Capacity Building at TCC Group. She has worked with clients such as Wells Fargo/Wachovia, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s New Jersey Health Initiatives, Feeding America, Target, Chesapeake Bay Trust, Tufts Health Plan Foundation, the Pfizer Foundation, Prudential, Kraft Foods, and Youth, I.N.C. Sally is a graduate of the Wharton Lauder MBA-MA program at the University of Pennsylvania and began her career as an ESL (English as a Second Language) teacher in Japan.
Product Development Director
Tim leads the development of Algorhythm’s products so that they empower all of our users from the ground up. Tim leverages human-centered design techniques and works with our development team to build technology that delivers our users with the most useful, data-driven learnings. Previously as a nonprofit consultant, Tim developed innovative platforms for programmatic evaluation and grants management for clients such as Gap Inc./Gap Foundation, Target and Tufts Health Plan Foundation. Tim studied Media and Public Policy at Syracuse University’s Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs and S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.
Pete has extensive experience as a social worker on-the-ground, as a consultant and researcher in the evaluation and nonprofit fields as well as a national spokesperson for social impact and impact measurement issues. For nearly 20 years, Pete has specifically developed and led social impact evaluations and evaluative learning tools and systems. To bring these solutions and tools more cost effectively to a greater number of nonprofits, philanthropies and social-impact businesses, Pete co-founded Algorhythm in 2013. Prior Algorhythm, he served as a Senior Partner and Chief Research & Learning Officer at TCC Group. He is currently a Principal Associate at Community Science.
As a Partner, Ken advises and supports Algorhythm’s efforts to help nonprofits, funders and the social impact field realize the value of our tools to assist them in “measuring what matters most to meet their mission.” He is passionate about encouraging nonprofits and social enterprises of all sizes to utilize Algorhythm’s tools to become adaptive and learning organizations. Ken has an extensive background in leading health care and human service organizations. Currently, in addition to being a Partner at Algorhythm, he is the Executive Director of CTC Academy. The CTC Academy serves children from 18 months to 21 years of age with severe disabilities by providing educational and therapeutic services to maximize their potential as well as supporting their families. Prior to joining Algorhythm and the CTC Academy, Ken was the President & CEO of Charity Navigator.