21 N Main St, PO Box 409
Randolph, VT 05060


 (802) 728-4305 

 (802) 728-4863 (fax)



Julie Iffland

Executive Director

 802-728-4305 ext. 1000

Julie Iffland is the Executive Director of RACDC. She came to RACDC in 2007 after a 19-year history in conservation real estate, in which she was responsible for negotiation, fundraising, and project management of large community conservation and historic preservation initiatives, first as the Program Coordinator of the State of Connecticut’s open space program, and later as the head of the Connecticut office and the Vermont and New Hampshire programs of the Trust for Public Land, a national nonprofit organization. Julie holds a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the University of Hartford and a B.A. degree from Yale University, where her studies focused on music, history and sociology. While at Yale, Julie and 6 fellow senior women co-founded the first female counterpart to the Whiffenpoofs, an all-senior women’s a cappella group they named Whim n’ Rhythm, which has since established itself internationally. Julie served as Chairperson of Randolph’s Planning Commission for six years and was a founding member of the Randolph Economic Development Council. She recently completed her second term on the Housing Advisory Council of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston, as well as the Boards of the Vermont Community Development Association and Stagecoach Transportation System, Inc. She now serves on the Board of the Orange County Special Investigative Unit/Child Advocacy Center. Julie and her partner, Christopher Recchia, run a small diversified organic farm in Randolph, VT.

Hannah Forbes

Operations Manager


Hannah Forbes is the Operations Manager at RACDC. She was hired in November of 2019 after working as the manager of The Green Light Cafe. Hannah's primary role includes property management of Armstrong Mobile Home Park, Jacobs Mobile Home Park, and Joslyn House. She also works on management of RACDC's Housing and Business Revolving Loan Funds. She earned her bachelor's degree in Sustainable Design and Development from the Evergreen State College, graduating in 2018. She returned to Vermont from the west coast in order to become involved in sustainable development of the Randolph Area. She has lived in Randolph since 2000 and cares deeply about the community. She aims to be a part of development to ensure that it meets the needs of local people.

Nathan Johnston

Information Technology

 (802) 728-4305 ext. 1004

Nathan Johnston is the Information Technology support at RACDC. His primary roles at RACDC include managing several websites, graphic design, systems analysis, and community development. Prior to RACDC, Nathan was an IT support for public school systems in Illinois for 10 years. Nathan is from Illinois but currently lives in Randolph. Nathan’s hobbies include photography and being outdoors.

Bethany Lambert


Bethany Lambert is the AmeriCorps VISTA. She started on March 16, 2020, and will be serving at RACDC for the next year. Her primary role at RACDC is outreach and community building. She will be focusing on building the capacity of RACDC to serve its constituents by connecting with community partners, engaging in public outreach, and building support for programs. Bethany is from the Endless Mountains of Pennsylvania. She attended Penn State and earned a degree in Recreation, Parks, and Tourism Management with a certificate in Meetings and Events Management. Her goal during her year of service in Randolph is to gain experience in community development and capacity building for non-profit organizations.