People of ACTR
Board of Directors
Dean George, Chair, Middlebury Representative
Dean is a retired Vermont State Police Captain and is currently an auxiliary State Trooper. He also serves as a Chair of the Vermont Parole Board and a member of the District Environmental Commission for Addison County. He is currently a member of the Middlebury Select Board, a position he has held since 1996, and was elected Chair in March 2012. Dean is also a former member of the House Transportation Committee, a position he held as a state Representative from Middlebury. He has been a member of the Board of Directors, representing Middlebury, since February 2003. Dean is currently the Chair of the Board, having served in that role since September 2006. Prior to that, Dean served as Secretary from July 2004 through August 2006.
Frank Mazza, Vice-Chair, Human Services Representative
Frank is recently retired as Manager of the State of Vermont Middlebury office of Child and Family Services – Economic Services Division. He has been a longtime supporter of public transportation. After a long absence, this is Frank’s second stint on the ACTR Board of Directors, on which he has been since October 2005. Frank is currently Vice-Chair of the Board, having served in that role since May 2009.
Sue Prager, Treasurer, Ripton Representative
Sue is the former director of the state Social and Rehabilitation Services office in Middlebury and currently volunteers with many non-profit organizations. In both of her most recent roles, Sue has observed the importance of public transportation for her clients. She has been a member of the Board of Directors since December 2004, representing Ripton. Sue is currently Treasurer of the Board, having served in that role since November 2005.
Naomi Drummond, Secretary, Bristol Representative
Naomi is a former teacher and intake coordinator at Vermont Adult Learning and a long-time user of the ACTR transportation system. Naomi is also a representative of the system riders. She has been a member of the Board of Directors since September 2004, representing Bristol. Naomi is currently Secretary of the Board, having served in that role since September 2006.
Adam Lougee, At-Large Representative
Adam is the Executive Director of the Addison County Regional Planning Commission. He has been a member of the Board of Directors since July 2000 and served as Chair of the Board from September 2001 through September 2006.
Diane Lanpher, Vergennes Representative
Diane is a Representative to the Vermont Legislature for the Vergennes/Ferrisburgh/Addison region, having been elected in November 2008. She is on the House Transportation Committee. She is also a former Vergennes City Council member and works as a representative of Horace Mann Insurance. Diane has been a member of the Board of Directors since September 2008.
Doug Adams, Middlebury College Representative
Doug is Associate Dean of Students and Director of the Center for Campus Activities and Leadership at Middlebury College. He lives in Middlebury with his wife Claire and son James. Doug has been a member of the Board of Directors since September 2009.
Ann Jones-Weinstock, Middlebury Representative
Ann is the Director of Philanthropic Initiatives for NRG Systems, a manufacturer of wind measurement technology based in Hinesburg. Her responsibilities include corporate giving and community and nonprofit partnerships, focusing on renewable energy, environmental stewardship, and sustainable practices. Ann is the point person for NRG’s work with the Town of Hinesburg and Hinesburg Rides, the local transportation advocacy organization, to build Route 116 bus service with CCTA and ACTR. She is also a member of the NRG Systems GasCAP (Gasoline Consumption Action Plan) team, a company-wide initiative to increase car-free commuting. Ann and her family live in Middlebury. Ann has been a member of the Board of Directors since April 2011.
Rev David Andrews, At-Large Representative
David was Pastor of the Middlebury Congregational Church for 20 years until the end of 2002, after which he worked for seven years as Director of Development and Community Relations at the Counseling Service of Addison County. In addition to serving on the ACTR board, he is also Secretary of the Board of Habitat for Humanity of Addison County, Treasurer of the Ilsley Library Board, and a member of the board of the Addison County Community Trust. David lives in Middlebury and has two married sons and two young granddaughters. David has been a member of the Board of Directors since September 2011.
Ed McGuire, New Haven Representative
Ed is a resident of New Haven, a retired Mount Abraham Middle School math teacher, a retired United States Coast Guard officer, and a civil/mechanical engineer. As of September 2012, he is also the democratic candidate for the VT House of Representatives for Addison-5 District (Bridport, Weybridge and New Haven). Ed has been a member of the Board of Directors since October 2012.
Jim Moulton, Executive DirectorJim’s biography
Nadine Canter Barnicle, Community Relations Manager Nadine’s biography
Shari Lutton, Interim Program Manager Shari’s biography
Jim Tomaino, Operations Manager Jim’s biography
Gordy Marsh, Finance Manager Gordy’s biography
ACTR Sponsors 2012-2013
Addison County Fair & Field Days
Addison County Regional Planning Commission
Addison County Chamber of Commerce
Blue Spruce Motel
Champlain Valley Plumbing & Heating
Champlain Valley Orthopedics
Cooperative Insurance Co.
Courtyard by Marriott
Distinctive Paint & Interiors
Frank Consulting Services
Green Peppers Restaurant
The Image Farm, Inc.
Lincoln Applied Geology
Little City Cycles
Main Street Stationery
Maple Landmark, Inc.
Middlebury Eye Associates
Middlebury Natural Foods Co-Op
National Bank of Middlebury
Town & Country Homes
VT National Guard
VT Adult Learning
Career Opportunities at ACTR
Thank you for your interest in Addison County Transit Resources. ACTR is an AA/EEO employer. We offer a unique work environment that reflects our organization’s mission, values and high standards of quality service.
Addison County’s public transportation provider is growing and seeks CDL Class B with passenger endorsement bus drivers. Candidates must have clean driving record and must be able to work early morning, evening and weekend shifts. Sense of humor a plus. Excellent benefits package available including: health insurance, vacation and sick time as well as paid holidays. ACTR has openings to be filled immediately.
Submit resume, references and proof of CDL endorsement including up to date medical card to:
PO Box 532
Middlebury, VT 05753
No phone calls, please.
ACTR is always looking for volunteer drivers. Learn more about being a Volunteer Driver.