Vic Rayner OBE is Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the National Care Forum, joining the organisation in 2016.
As CEO she is the chair of the government Strategic Advisory Forum on the social care workforce, co-chair of the National Social Care Advisory Group on social care and technology and sits on a range of government and national specialist groups with a focus on the social care workforce, digital transformation, new models of care and regulation.
Vic is a regular national and international speaker, and has extensive knowledge and expertise across a wide range of care, support, housing and social policy agendas. Prior to joining the NCF, she was the CEO of Sitra, a leading national membership body championing excellence in housing, health, care and support. Vic is a trustee of Hestia, a leading London charity providing care and support as well as The Care Workers Charity. Vic was previously the independent Chair of the Brighton and Hove Fairness Commission, tackling inequalities and promoting social justice within the locality.
Vic has an MBA (Distinction), MA and BA (Hons) in Politics, Philosophy and Economics and was awarded an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours 2021.
Managing Director, Knights Care
Chairman, Sweet Tree Care Homes
National Clinical Director for Older People and Integrated Person-Centred Care, NHS England and NHS Improvement
Senior Research Fellow, Primary Care & Mental Health, University of Liverpool
Chief Executive Officer at Kepler
CEO, The Care Machine and Project Lead, Institute of Mechanical Engineers
CEO, CareTech Foundation & Vice-Chair, Championing Social Care
National Care Lead, GMB
Chief Executive Officer at Borough Care Limited
Chair at Independent Care Group
Chief Executive, Community Catalysts
Coordinator, BME Dementia Service, Touchstone
Programme Director, Better Care Fund
Head of Nursing, Care & Dementia, Care UK
Research Fellow, National Institute of Health Research
Chief Executive at the National Care Forum
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