2012 ACG 101 Corporate Governance Conference

2012 ACG 101 Corporate Governance Conference


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Lynda Roth
President
ACG 101 Corridor Chapter

With more than 30 years experience contributing to organizations as a Senior Technology Executive, Business Consultant and IT strategist, Lynda J. Roth has developed keen insight and a proven track record of solving business problems through technology.  She also was an early proponent of using information technology not simply to improve business efficiency, but to create a competitive advantage and accelerate business growth.

Ms. Roth is the founding partner of LJR Consulting Services and has worked with mid-market to large cap companies for the past 20 years to guide them through business and technology transition including mergers and acquisitions.

Ms. Roth began her career in information technology development. She worked for several manufacturing firms as a development manager and software firms as a systems integrator and project manager.  As a result of this experience Ms. Roth founded Integrated Data Architects, a mainframe software firm with 2 of her colleagues.  The company's key clients were American Medical International, First Interstate Bank, Saks Fifth Avenue, Shearson Lehman Hutton, and American Express Bank.

After leaving IDA, Ms. Roth founded LJR consulting Services and began working with clients as an interim information technology executive and advisor.  Her assignments have included managing multi-million dollar system implementation projects, developing IT strategies for large and mid-market firms, managing acquisition consolidation projects and evaluating and assessing IT organizations.  LJRCS IT due diligence projects have included evaluation of the acquiring firms systems, IT infrastructure and personnel to prepare for consolidation of acquisitions, definition and implementation of an acquisition consolidation procedure, review and assessment of acquisition target and management of post-merger consolidation projects.

Ms. Roth is also the author of Hidden Profits Blog in which she addresses topics of IT Due Diligence and increasing productivity and profitability through technology innovation.

Ms. Roth's unique approach to business and technology is the result of her background and education.  Lynda was raised by an entrepreneurial father who owned an HVAC business.  As with all family businesses, Lynda worked in the office at a young age.  While her father wanted her to become an accountant, Lynda decided to pursue a career in the then new field of Information Technology.  After obtaining her degree in Computer Science and starting her career, she returned to school to obtain her degree in Accounting.  These 3 disciplines provide her with an all encompassing vision of business and how technology advances can be used to improve the business.

Ms. Roth was the 2011 program chair and member of the Board of Directors of ACG101 (Association for Corporate Growth Ventura Chapter) and is the President of ACG101 for 2012 & 2013.  She is the San Fernando Valley Chair of the Institute of Management Consultants in Southern California, the treasurer of the Indian Falls Homeowners Association and a member of Provisors.

WEBSITE:  http://www.ljrconsultingservices.com

BLOG:  http://www.hiddenprofitsblog.com

info@ljrconsultingservices.com    818.227.5025
Jim Queen
President
ACG 101 Corridor Chapter President Elect 2010/2011

Chairman of the Board at ACG 101

Board of Advisors at ACT

President at Teller Springs

Episodes


Ken Guss


Steve Romero


David Cieslak CPA, CITP, GSEC


Jim Cathcart


National Association of Corporate Directors (Southern California Chapter)

The National Association of Corporate Directors Southern California Chapter has joined ACG 101 Corridor as a major sponsor of this year's conference, promising an even bigger and better event.

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