Borja Alvarez de Toledo
Borja Alvarez de Toledo, M.Ed., President and CEO of Child and Family Services of New Hampshire since December 2013, started working in Intensive Home Based programs 24 years ago. Originally from Spain where he developed a private practice in individual, family and couples therapy, and was an adjunct professor at The University of Comillas, he moved to the US in 1998 to work at The Guidance Center in Cambridge. He was hired as a Director of an Intensive Home Based program and was promoted to various management positions, most recently serving as the Vice President of Operations. In 2010 The Guidance Center merged with Riverside Community Care and Borja was promoted to oversee a newly created Division of Child and Family Services. In 2013, after a three month nationwide search, Child and Family Services of New Hampshire offered Borja the position of President and CEO.
In his current position he is responsible to advance the public profile and advocacy efforts of CFS by developing innovative approaches and building productive relationships with government, regional and national constituencies. In partnership with Development staff and the Board of Directors, he designs and implements all fundraising activities, including cultivation and solicitation of key individuals, foundations and corporations. In this role he is responsible for all aspects of financial planning, sustainability and oversight of CFS’ assets.
Borja Alvarez de Toledo has a Bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Comillas in Madrid, a Masters in Counseling Psychology from Boston University and a Graduate Certificate of Business from The University of Massachusetts.
Borja lives in Newburyport with his wife Jill, where they raised two boys who are now in college. When not at work, Borja enjoys skiing, golfing, kayaking and biking.