Keri Mason Roth left her home in Tennessee to attend the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa where she obtained a Business degree, majoring in Marketing with a focus on Logistics and Economics.
While at Alabama, Keri was a member of Pi Beta Phi and served as the sorority’s treasurer. After graduating from Alabama, Keri attended the Cumberland School of Law in Birmingham, Alabama where she obtained her Juris Doctorate.
While at Cumberland, Keri competed in several Moot Court competitions, placing in the finals. She also served on the law school’s student government association as the vice-president.
Prior to joining her husband at The Roth Firm, Keri was a partner at Morris|Hardwick|Schneider, a national real estate law firm. While at MHS, she was tapped to manage the firm’s National REO division, representing banks’ post-foreclosure transactions via bulk sales and property auctions.
Keri was on the board of LandCastle Title, LLC, acted as the District President of the Alabama and North Carolina territories, served as the Business Operations partner, and managed the Hiring Committee for the firm.
While The Roth Firm focuses on the practice of representing injured victims in motor vehicle accidents, Keri currently serves as the firm’s Chief Operating Officer, working behind the scenes steering the firm’s strategic planning operations, managing the firm’s practice procedures, human resources, and the firm’s expansion projects.
Outside of work, Keri currently serves on the Board of Pocketbook Politics, a bipartisan organization of Georgia professional women committed to the principles of fiscal responsibility who seek common-sense solutions to the tough economic challenges facing our state and our nation.
Keri enjoys spending time with her husband and daughters, playing tennis, volunteering at school functions and co-chairing fundraisers, serving as the chairperson for her neighborhood’s Friend’s and MOM’s groups, Atlanta’s Fernbank, and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA) volunteer organizations.