Randell Barclay 2022
Randell Barclay, District 7870
Rotary Club of Wallingford Vermont
Randell has been president and the treasurer of Wallingford Rotary.  He is an Assistant Governor (2018-20), District Treasurer (2019-2020) and serves on District’s Youth Exchange Committee as Short Term Exchange Program (STEP) Coordinator.  He and Dianne have hosted four exchange students.  Randell is a Major Donor Level 1, a Paul Harris Fellow and Paul Harris Society Member. Randell is also an Honorary Member of the Blouberg Rotary Club in District 9350 (South Africa WC, Namibia and Angola).
Randell was born in New York City but spent his childhood in Indonesia, Japan, United Kingdom and Kenya.  He has a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Imperial College, London University (UK), an M.B.A from New York University, an M.A. in science education from Teachers College, Columbia University and an Advanced Certificate in Educational Leadership from the City College of New York.  In 1979, Randell began working as a plant engineer for Exxon both in the USA and France.  After completing his M.B.A, Randell worked in banking, specializing in corporate finance for the forestry and paper and packaging industries in North and South America.  Randell also worked at GE Capital developing their forestry investment business.  In 2002, Randell became a public school science and technical education teacher in New York City and eventually an assistant principal and dean of academics at Brooklyn Technical High School.  In retirement, Randell was an adjunct instructor at the College of St. Joseph teaching chemistry, physics and astronomy.