Ross Milloy, President
Since July, 1994 Ross Milloy has served as president of The Austin-San Antonio Corridor Council, a regional non-profit public/private partnership composed of more than 130 political jurisdictions, public authorities and business, created in 1984 to support long-term infrastructure and economic development for the Austin-San Antonio Corridor.
As president of the Corridor Council, Mr. Milloy helped draft and pass State legislation creating the Austin-San Antonio Commuter Rail District and currently serves as the Interim Executive Director for the District. He has helped to secure $57.6 million in Federal funding for planning and preliminary engineering for that project and played a key role in promoting the construction of the $1.4 billion State Highway 130, which opened in December, 2006.
Mr. Milloy reports to an executive committee composed of elected officials and corporate and political leaders from a ten-county area stretching from San Antonio to Temple along IH-35 in Central Texas.
Before joining the Corridor Council, Mr. Milloy had been a New York Times writer, co-edited four books on public policy, operated one of the most active independent media production companies in Texas, worked for both the Texas House and the Texas Senate, and served twice as press aide and speechwriter for a Texas gubernatorial candidate. He is a graduate of Antioch College and attended the University of Texas and the Universidad de las Americas in Cholula, Mexico.
Adrian Ramsey, Accounting Associate
Adrian Ramsey provides administrative support to the president and oversees accounting. She holds a B.B.A. from the University of Texas at Austin. Adrian has a background in accounting and administration. She lives in the Wimberley area with her husband and two children.