State Representative Pam Roth brings a lifetime of accounting and business experience to her role serving the people of Grundy, LaSalle, Will, Kankakee, and Iroquois Counties in the Illinois House of Representatives.
A native of Washington, Iowa, Pam Roth grew up embracing the old-fashioned values of hard work and community service embodied in the farming community in which she was raised. Earning a degree in Business Administration and Accounting from the University of Nevada – Las Vegas in 1997, Roth moved to Morris the following year to start both her career and a family with her husband, Steve.
A certified public accountant since 1999, Representative Roth enjoyed a successful career in the business and accounting industry with experience in both the public and private sectors for 22 years prior to taking office as the new State Representative for Illinois' 75th District on January 12, 2011.
Most recently, Roth served as a Senior Financial Analyst for a nuclear power facility in Morris where she was responsible for the creation and management of a $120 million annual budget. Previously, Roth managed financial operations for a $1.8 billion Everglades restoration program in Florida.
Elected to the Saratoga School Board District 60C in April 2007, Roth served as Board President from 2009-2011; overseeing a fiscally solid K-8 school district serving 779 students comprised of 57 educators and administrators.
Locally, Representative Roth is involved as a volunteer for the Morris Rotary Club, Morris Warriors Football, as a member of the Century Club and the Women's Auxiliary for the Fraternal Order of Eagles, and former Cub Scout Pack 476 Committee Chair. She resides in Morris with her husband, Steve, and their two sons.