As Executive Director of the Alabama Cable and Broadband Association, Michelle Roth is responsible for Legislative Affairs, Public and Community Relations and Statewide Advocacy efforts supporting Alabama’s cable industry. Before joining the Alabama Cable Association, Michelle viewed cable as simply a great way to watch TV and SEC Football. She now knows our cable providers and suppliers are a key component to Alabama’s education, economic development and quality of life through video, voice and broadband.
Prior to her role with ACBA, Michelle was Leadership Alabama’s Program Manager, where she had the opportunity to coordinate 7 outstanding classes of Alabama leaders from 2008-2015. Her responsibilities included program management, leadership and event planning as well as coordination of the statewide nomination, selection and recruitment process. From 2003-2008, Michelle led MSR Consulting, and assisted small businesses and non-profit organizations in all phases of Human Resources, including recruiting, selection, personnel development and evaluations, team building and conflict resolution. Roth previously served as HR Manager and other related positions with a regional bank in Montgomery and Birmingham.
A native of Lakeland, Florida, Michelle is a graduate of the University of Alabama, with a B.S. in Marketing. She has served on the Board and Executive Committee of several charitable and community organizations, including the Blackburn Institute, The Governor’s Broadband Advisory Council, First United Methodist Church Board of Trustees, Staff Parrish Relations, Mary Ellen's Hearth, 100 Women Strong (Ambassador for the Family Sunshine Center), The Montgomery Education Foundation, VOICES for Alabama’s Children, the Alabama Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy, the Alabama Dance Theatre and various community and social organizations.
Michelle and her husband, Toby, have three daughters and reside in Montgomery where they are active members of First United Methodist Church.