Leadership

 

Board of Directors

Renny Perry, Chair 

Before the merger, Renny was Vice-President of the ACTR Board, having served in that role since 2015 and his second tenure on the Board, having previously served from 2002 to 2004 when he was City Manager of Vergennes.  He is President of the Vergennes Partnership (Vergennes’ official downtown organization), and a former member of the City Council and Mayor of Vergennes.  Renny is retired from the State of Vermont Judiciary, where he was Director of Trial Court Operations with responsibility for all Vermont courts.  He currently serves and has previously served on many civic and charitable boards, committees and task forces.

Tom Burgos, Treasurer

Tom was recently the Treasurer and a member of the Stagecoach Board of Directors having served since May 2014.  He was the AVP-Business Risk Services for National Life Group where he has worked from 1996 to 2018.  Tom has served other local organizations including as Chairperson of Bethel Council on the Arts, Whitcomb High School Track & Field Coach, as a Trail Monitor for the Green Mountain Club, and as President of the Green Mountain Chapter of the Institute of Internal auditors.  Tom enjoys hiking, skiing, playing guitar, hockey and golf.

Gale Hurd, Secretary 

Gale has been active in the community for many years. Before she retired, she worked in the Addison County State's Attorney's office as an advocate for crime victims. She is a past President of the Vermont School Boards Association and served for 14 years on the Weybridge Selectboard. Gale is currently on the Weybridge Planning Commission and on the board of the Addison County Open Door Clinic.  She also volunteers for HOPE and the Festival on the Green.

Tim Crowley | Instructor at Norwich University. Retired principal of the Barre Town School.

Tim was born and raised in the Pittsburgh, PA area and graduated with degrees in Spanish and International Studies from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.  He moved to Vermont in 1985, having discovered this beautiful state on a fishing trip through New England.  Shortly after his arrival, he and a friend built what is now the Rochester Café.  His next adventure was in the education world.  He taught for 5 years, earned a Master’s Degree at Castleton State University and became principal of the Stockbridge School, the Braintree School and then the Barre Town School where he served for 23 years.

Naomi Drummond 

Naomi is a former teacher and intake coordinator at Vermont Adult Learning and now enjoys being a Foster Grandparent working with 3rd and 4th graders at Bristol Elementary School.  Naomi is a long-time user of the ACTR transportation system.  Naomi is also a representative of the system riders.  She was a member of the ACTR Board of Directors since 2004, representing Bristol, and Secretary of the ACTR Board, since 2006.

Margaret Gladstone

Margaret, her husband Walt and 2 sons own and operate a dairy farm in Bradford, Vermont.  They have been farming in the Connecticut River Valley for over 30 years.  Margaret is active in the community, serving on the Rivendell School Board for 6 years, is now a member of the VT 4-H Foundation Board and now serves on the VT Morgan Horse Association Board.  Margaret also enjoys breeding registered Morgan horses and spending time with her grandchildren.  She became a member of the TVT Board in 2020.

Paul Kendall

Following careers in government, banking and real estate management, Paul retired in 1990 to offer pro bono financial management, organizational development and strategic planning services to non-governmental, not-for-profit organizations in the United States and Latin America.  Moving to Vermont in 1993, he has served on the boards of several local and state-wide recreational and health care boards, as well as his local Selectboard.  He was a member and Chair of Stagecoach Transportation Services, Inc. since 2014.

Adam Lougee

Adam currently serves as the Executive Director of the Addison County Regional Planning Commission, a position he has held for 17 years.  Adam also currently serves as the President of the Vermont Association of Planning and Development Associations and the Vice Chair of the Board of Tri-Valley Transit, having served on the ACTR board since 2000 with two periods as Chair.  Prior to working with the Addison County Regional Planning Commission, Adam practiced law in Burlington and South Burlington in the areas of real estate and corporate transactions and served as the Vice President of the Bolton Valley Corporation where he managed the resorts permitting requirements and infrastructure needs.  Adam is a graduate of Washington and Jefferson College and Cornell Law School.  His planning interests include energy planning, zoning, land use permitting and housing.

Regional Operating Committees

Addison Region

Naomi Drummond

Gale Hurd

Diane Lanpher

Dorothy Mammen

Victor Nuovo

Mike Winslow

Orange/N. Windsor Region

Tim Crowley, Chair 

Peter Berger
Tom Burgos

Bill Hall

Paul Kendall

Greg Nazarow

Cody Plante

Ruth Tucker

Mary Sue Turner

Administrative Team

 

Jim Moulton, Executive Director

Jim started as ACTR’s Executive Director in January 2002, then added his Executive Director position with Stagecoach in January 2014, before merging the two organizations in July 2017.  He has worked in the non-profit arena since 1988, previously leading two other organizations.  Jim served as Chair of the Vermont Public Transportation Association (VPTA) from 2003-2017 and now serves as Vice-Chair. He is also Vermont’s representative on the Advisory Board of Community Transportation Association of America (CTAA), the national trade association for rural transit operators.  Jim is also a former Olympic rower.

Shari Lutton, Executive Assistant

 

Gina Tindall, Finance and HR Director

Regional Managers

Addison Region 

Bill Cunningham, Regional Director

Mary-Claire Crogan, Community Relations Manager

Stephanie Stearns, Programs Manager

Steve Suter, Operations Manager

Orange/N. Windsor Region

Jade McClallen, Regional Director

Mike Reiderer, Community Relations Manager

Bill Morgan, Operations Manager

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