RCT Welcomes Executive Director
RCT welcomes its new Executive Director, Caleb Grant
Rural Community Transportation (RCT) is pleased to announce Caleb Grant as its new Executive Director. Mr. Grant brings 15 years of non-profit experience and leadership to this position and understands the strengths and challenges facing rural Vermont communities. Mr. Grant will be an invaluable resource to our organization, and will be applying his legal, organizational management, and community building skills to RCT.
Rob Moore, RCT Board President, said, "We are incredibly excited to have Caleb take the helm at RCT. This is an important time in the Northeast Kingdom and Lamoille County, and Caleb will provide the visionary leadership we need to advance opportunities for our communities."
“I am thrilled to be joining a community of resilience and vitality,” says Mr. Grant. “RCT has a strong history of service, and I look forward to working hard with everyone involved to remove transportation barriers to the health, wealth, community, and capacity of the region. Transportation is the linchpin to many of the issues facing Vermont. Economic development, mental and physical health, equity, and climate all rely on a well-functioning, accessible transportation system. My family and I are beyond happy to return to Vermont, and I look forward to getting to know the community we call home.”
The mission of Rural Community Transportation is to provide public transportation services for everyone that are safe, reliable, accessible, and affordable to enhance the economic, social, and environmental health of the communities we serve. The board is confident that Mr. Grant’s leadership will help us accomplish this mission with vision and purpose. If you are seeking more information about RCT or the services we provide, please contact Larry Lindquist at 802-748-8170 or visit riderct.org.