Council Staff Updates - June 2017

Today's professional Scouters are a diverse group of men and women sharing a dynamic career offering independence, achievement, and stability.  This is work that makes a difference . . . work that calls one to continual learning and challenge.

  • ­­­Deborah Dedrick

We are pleased to welcome East Tennessee native Deborah Dedrick, she will be taking on the position as Fundraising assistant and will report to Director of Development, Courtney Bukowski. Mrs. Dedrick is a Master’s degree candidate from the Christian Brothers University in Memphis and loves hiking and watching the San Antonio Spurs in her free time. Please join us in wishing her the best of luck as she takes on her responsibilities here at the Alamo Area Council.

  • Jorge Lucio

Join us in welcoming Jorge Lucio as the new 2017 Summer Marketing Inter! Mr. Lucio, a Laredo native and Junior at Texas A&M University - San Antonio studying Computer Science with a minor in Marketing, will report to Scouting Communications Executive, Chelsey Luster and Director of Scouting Communications and Relations, Angel Martinez.

  • Rebecca Gonzalez

We are sad to announce that Armadillo District Executive, Rebecca Gonzalez’s last day with us will be Friday, June 23rd. Having been with the Alamo Area Council since June 2016, Mrs. Gonzalez plans to continue as a Scouting volunteer, Fiesta and Scouting for Food committee member. We wish Rebecca and her family the best in their new adventures! Any of her responsibilities will be handled by Scout Service Area Coordinator, Ted Borcherding until further notice.

  • Myles Siegel

Mays Family Scout Ranch Manager, Myles Siegel, will no longer be working for the Alamo Area Council effective June 30, 2017. Outdoor Adventures Director, Linda Dieguez, and Mays Family Scout Ranch Executive, Mark Sanchez, will be assuming Mr. Siegel’s responsibilities during this transition.

  • Amber Sizer

Amber Sizer is on medical leave and all her responsibilities will be handled by Director of Development, Courtney Bukowski.

Boy Scouts of America, Alamo Area Council supports the efforts of over 40 Scouting staff professionals and 5,900 adult volunteers who serve a 13 county area in South Texas to bring the Scouting experience to over 18,000 youth. 

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About the Boy Scouts of America, Alamo Area Council

The Alamo Area Council, BSA, headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, serves a 13 county area imparting the Scouting program to over 18,000 youth and 5,900 volunteer adults in South Texas. With Learning for Life, an in-school character education subsidiary of Boy Scouts of America, the Council serves over 22,500 youth.  The Boy Scouts of America continue to prepare young people for life by providing the nation’s foremost youth program of character development and values-based leadership training, utilizing outdoor activity, citizenship, and sports fitness.  Learn more at