Ellen K. Ramsey is the executive director of the Permian Road Safety Coalition where she leads a collaborative effort with oil and natural gas operators, oil field service and transportation companies, non-governmental and governmental organizations to improve road safety and reduce the number of traffic-related injuries and deaths in the Permian Basin.
Ramsey is also a partner of Ramsey Petroleum, LP, and an active civic volunteer. She currently serves as a board member for Humanities Texas, the Midland Chamber of Commerce, Midland Memorial Hospital, City of Midland Hotel/Motel Tax, Midland County Republican Party, Midland Inspires and is a Junior League of Midland Sustainer. She was the 2018 recipient of the “Ibby” award for service in her community. She previously served as a board member for the Midland County Public Library Foundation, George W. Bush Childhood Home, Pink the Basin, and I-20 Wildlife Preserve. She previously served as community relations director for Norfleet Strategies and district director for State Senator Kel Seliger. Ramsey attended Baylor University and earned a BA in sociology from The University of Texas Permian Basin. She and her husband, Midland County Commissioner Scott Ramsey, have two children, Rachel and Tucker.