Rachel Halford is the Chief Executive, of the Hepatitis C Trust.
She has over 20 years’ experience of working with people at high-risk of viral hepatitis, and liver disease generally – the homeless, prisoners, substance users and migrants. The past 18 years of which have been in senior management roles within the voluntary/ NGO sector.
Passionate about equality and human rights, Rachel joined The Hepatitis C Trust in 2015 as Deputy CEO, before taking over as CEO in July 2018.
Before joining the Trust she was CEO of Women in Prison, a national UK campaigning organisation that provided support and advocacy for women affected by the criminal justice system.
Diagnosed with Hepatitis C in 1998, Rachel completed Interferon treatment in 2007 clearing the disease.