Chai Lifeline is pleased to announce the appointment of Racheli Daniel as director of its Mid-Atlantic region. Daniel currently serves as chair of the Beth Tfiloh Dahan High School Science Department and has previous experience as an educator at various Baltimore-area institutions.
“We are excited to welcome Racheli Daniel to the Chai Lifeline family,” said Rabbi Simcha Scholar, CEO of Chai Lifeline. “As an active member of the Baltimore community, Racheli truly understands the needs of our families and is committed to growing and strengthening Chai Lifeline’s impact in the region.”
Rabbi Mordechai Gobioff, national director of client services, said, “Mrs. Daniel brings vast programmatic and administrative experience, as well as fresh energy and enthusiasm to the organization.”
Daniel, of Baltimore, will oversee a dedicated team of professional staff and volunteers who support more than 80 Chai Lifeline families across the Mid-Atlantic region. She holds a B.S. in biology from Touro College and a master’s degree in biology from Towson University.
“I am thrilled to join Chai Lifeline and to work together to support the families of the growing Mid-Atlantic communities,” said Daniel. “I look forward to working with my team to realize the organization’s critical mission.”
A leading children’s health support network, Chai Lifeline provides critical assistance to children with life-threatening or lifelong illnesses and their families, through more than two-dozen, free year-round programs. Learn more at www.chailifeline.org.