The National Care Forum (NCF) has announced the appointment of Vic Rayner as Executive Director to succeed Des Kelly OBE who leaves at the beginning of June after more than 12 years in the role. Vic was previously CEO at Sitra for 7 years and is currently independent chair of the Fairness Commission in Brighton.
David Coull, NCF Chairman said:
“On behalf of the board and membership of the NCF I am delighted to welcome Vic Rayner to the position of Executive Director leading our small professional staff team and representing not-for-profit care providers delivering care and health services. The knowledge and skills she brings will be an asset to our members and enable us to continue to play an important part in influencing the policy agenda around social care and health provision.”
Vic Rayner said:
“I have huge respect and admiration for the work of the National Care Forum’s not-for-profit membership, delivering quality health and social care provision. Having spent my whole career championing the role of the not-for-profit sector in driving forward innovation, challenge and change, I am truly delighted to be joining NCF as Executive Director at this critical moment for the care and health sectors.”
Des Kelly OBE, NCF Executive Director, said:
“I feel hugely privileged to have led the NCF as Executive Director since the organisation was formed in 2003 and proud of what we have been able to achieve in establishing a strong and authoritative voice for not-for-profit care providers. I look forward to having the opportunity for a planned handover to Vic and seeing the organisation go from strength to strength.”
Vic will start with NCF at the beginning of May.