CAMPBELL, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jason D. Gurahoo has joined EMQ FamiliesFirst as its new Chief Financial Officer. In his new position, Jason will oversee accounting and finance for the agency, which serves children in crisis and their families in more than 30 counties in California. EMQ FamiliesFirst http://www.emqff.org/ is the largest children’s behavioral health provider in the western United States.
“Jason’s combination of experience with both nonprofits and the private sector will be invaluable to our organization, which places an emphasis on cost efficiency and innovation,” said Darrell Evora, president and CEO of EMQ FamiliesFirst. “His expertise will contribute to the ongoing success of our agency.”
Jason has held senior and executive level positions at Amdahl Corporation, Fujitsu Technology Solutions, Inc., and Fujitsu IT Holdings, Inc. He most recently served as CFO at Child Development Inc.
He holds a B.S. degree in Chemistry from the University of Florida and earned an MBA with concentrations in finance and management information systems from the University of South Florida. He lives in San Jose’s Almaden Valley.
About EMQ FamiliesFirst
EMQ FamiliesFirst is one of the largest, most comprehensive mental health treatment programs in the U.S. The agency takes a state-of-the-art approach to children and youth with complex behavioral health challenges. It combines research-based services (including evidence-based therapies and psychiatric services) with a family-centered effort to identify and address the complex needs of the family. Its results http://emqff.org/about/ for youth are, on average, 10 percentage points higher when compared to state or national averages on metrics such as living at home, staying in school and out of trouble. For information, visit www.emqff.org and follow the agency at @emqff.