Kim Sagor is the Director of Harris Philanthropies and is responsible for leading the Foundation’s overall strategy, evaluating grantmaking opportunities and utilizing metrics to measure outcomes. Prior to joining Harris Philanthropies, Kim spent over a decade at the Robin Hood Foundation where she managed a diverse portfolio of grants and advised grantees with their fundraising, strategic planning, marketing and board development efforts.
Kim began her career in San Francisco at Hall Capital Partners, an investment management firm, where she was an equity analyst. Kim graduated with honors from Columbia Business School and received her undergraduate degree from Princeton University. While at Princeton, she played varsity field hockey and was an All-American on the National Championship women’s lacrosse team. Kim maintains her involvement with Columbia Business School as an interviewer of prospective students and as a guest lecturer on her leadership role in the nonprofit sector. Kim is also a frequent speaker on grant-making related issues at government, educational and non-profit leadership forums.
Outside of Harris Philanthropies, Kim is a member of the National Advisory Board for the Johns Hopkins Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center. Kim is also on the Leadership Council for the Lung Cancer Research Foundation.
Kim resides in Scarsdale, New York with her husband, Andy, and their three young children.