Who We Are

CLCF was established by a team of experts from Chai Lifeline,
a nonprofit organization that has been a leader
in the world of compassionate social support services for nearly 40 years.

This team has perfected a blend of
compassion and professionalism
in providing these support services to families.

Moty Gobioff

CEO

Moty Gobioff has dedicated more than 25 years to crafting culturally sensitive, professional, and compassionate programs and services for children who are medically fragile. His extensive experience includes serving as both Regional and National Director at Chai Lifeline. He has his MSW.

Sara Schreier

Care Management Supervisor

Sara provides vital support to families while ensuring that all their social, emotional, and concrete needs are being met. She is a clinical social worker with nearly seven years of experience serving the medically fragile population. Advocating for her clients within the healthcare system has been enhanced by her experience as a hospital liaison at Columbia-Presbyterian.

Anna Zemskova

HR Manager

Anna has seven years of experience in various HR functions and almost an equivalent amount of time actively involved in city nonprofits as a volunteer or an employee.

Esther Bergman

CFO

Esther is a seasoned bilingual executive leader in non-profit finance and operations, renowned for her strong accounting and management skills. With a talent for fostering collaboration and driving results, she’s known for her strategic vision and commitment to organizational success. Esther excels in building strong relationships and ensuring accountability, bringing both expertise and heart to her work.

Naomi Sherman

Care Manager

Naomi has over three years of experience providing client centered care management to both children with medical challenges and mental health diagnoses and their families.

Ting Wu

Special Assistant to the CFO

Ting is a highly skilled Controller with a Master of Science in Accounting. With extensive experience in financial planning, analysis and billing roles, Ting has previously worked at non-profit organizations such as the Jewish Childcare Association of New York and the Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty.