Council Staff

STAFF BIOS

Position Open
Scout Executive


Jaime S. Limas, Field Director

Jaime S. Limas
Field Director/Chief Operating Officer

A Texas native, Jaime has lived in or visited most of the U.S. and enjoys the outdoors and all of its beauty. He started his professional career in the Abilene area in 2016 and has since been recognized regionally for his consistent growth in membership with a 5% increase in 2017 and 12% in 2018. His love of the Boy Scouts of America as a youth has rubbed off on his two children, Jenna “Bug” and Bishop, who are both proud young Scouters. His service to others continues in his personal life where he has been a volunteer firefighter and trained emergency medical responder. A “cheerful spirit, even in the midst of irksome tasks and weighty responsibilities” has guided him most of his life. You just can’t miss his smile.

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Nathan Kramer

Development Director/ Chief Financial Officer

NateNathan grew up and did his Scouting as a youth in Corpus Christi Texas. After graduating High School, he  moved to San Marcos to attend Southwest Texas State University.  Nathan has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Criminal Justice.  While living in the dorms at SWT, Nathan met April and they later were married.  After graduation, a passion  for cooking led him to a career as a restaurant manager. Nathan managed several restaurants before throwing in his apron for a job as a Group Dental practice manager.  In 2008 Nathan began his Scouting career with the Capitol Area Council in Austin Texas serving the Live Oak District.  After 4 years as a unit serving executive Nathan was promoted to Field Director. After nearly 5 years as a Field Director, Nathan accepted a promotion to become the Development Director/ CFO for the Buffalo Trail Council as of March 1st 2017.  Nathan and his wife April enjoy cooking, live music, and spending time with their 2 Boxer dogs, Cooper and Mosley.

Hunter Chapman
District Executive, Comanche Trails District

Hunter was born in Sherman, TX. He earned his Eagle Scout from the Longhorn Council in 2010. He loves living in Midland, Texas being that he has been here the longest (5 years). He is attending UTPB to major in Geology cause he is “a rockstar”. If you haven’t meet his bubbly personality you are missing out, come say hi! If you can’t find him in Midland or Odessa he is usually camping down at BTSR, his home away from home. One of his goals is to connect the youth with the outdoors as he was before he was even born.

Vacant
District Executive, Lone Star District

Vacant
District Executive, Big Bend District 

If you are interested in this position please call the Midland office so we can get you on our team!

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District Executive, Chaparral District
Buffalo Trail Council, BSA

Gracie Quintela, Administrative Assistant

Gracie Quintela
Administrative Assistant

Gracie Quintela, Administrative Assistant to the Scout Executive/Camping Registrar: Registers Units year around for Buffalo Trail Scout Ranch, Program Registration for all districts, Compiles E-Newsletter and Tour Plans.

She is married and has 3 beautiful girls, Katie who is married and has a very handsome son, Sophia and Liana. Gracie is a Crew Advisor for Crew 19 and has been a member of Midland West Side Lions Club since 2007.

Buffalo Trail Council, BSA

Cecilio Flores, Membership Registrar

Cecilio Flores
Membership Registrar

Cecilio Flores is the Membership Registrar to the council. He started in his position in August 2015. Cecilio, or “Chilo” as he is known to his friends, is always eager to help our volunteers with all of their membership needs, and is known to always have a smile on his face.


KeithKeith Morrison

BTSR Ranger

I am a native Midlander, born and raised there. I graduated from Lee High School, attended some classes at Midland College while I was on the Midland Fire Department. I was a Captain/Paramedic upon my departure.

I am single, have 6 children , and have developed many skills over the years of which I think will help me at BTSR.

I have been around horses off and on most of my life. I was a much better rider years ago, but have become a little more top heavy! I love the outdoors and really enjoy it here at BTSR. I am honored for the opportunity to make the Ranch a very special place for the many young people that will visit. I am looking forward to meeting many Staff members in the future, developing new friendships, and I will be depending on their skills and assistance. BTSR is a wonderful place for me to hang my hat, and I am pleased to have the opportunity to touch as many lives as I can.