Carol Ruth Biography
Carol Roth is an American radio host, television personality, bestselling author and investor. She was the host of WGN Radio’s The Noon Show, and author of the New York Times bestseller book, The Entrepreneur Equation. Roth appears weekly on national cable television networks including Fox Business, CNBC, CNN, Fox News, and MSNBC. As a self-styled “recovering” investment banker, she has completed more than $2 billion in capital raising, mergers & acquisitions, and related transactions and invests in private companies.
Caro Roth Age
Carol Roth was Born in 1973 (age as of 2019 she is 46 years), Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Caro Roth Education/Family/Parents
She attended Deerfield High School. Her father Bernie is a retired union electrician. Roth’s parents divorced while she was in high school and her mother Sheri died from leukemia in 1998, as did her step-mother from lung cancer in 2004. She attended the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and graduated magna cum laude in 1995.
She came from a family where money was always an issue. Her father was a union electrician who brought in a nice, but not exceptional, living. Her mom was a stay at-home mom turned jobbie-entrepreneur (as she talked about here). But, money was always tight.
Caro Roth Husband
Carol Roth lives with her husband in Chicago and is a Chicago Bears and NFL Football fan. She speaks German fluently.
Carol Roth Future File
Carol Roth is the creator of the Future File™ legacy planning system, a “recovering” investment banker, business advisor, entrepreneur and best-selling author. She is also a reality TV show judge, media contributor and host of Microsoft’s Office Small Business Academy. A small business expert, Roth has worked with companies of all sizes on everything from strategy to content creation and marketing to raising capital. She’s been a public company director and invests in mid-stage companies, as well.
The Future File system provides you and your loved ones two “roadmaps” for legacy planning and affairs. The first helps you to organize your wishes and important information for your loved ones. The second helps your loved ones know what to do when, plus gives them access to that information.
Future File is an easy-to-use kit to organize your wishes and information all in one convenient “grabbable” filing system. From helping to file important documents like Wills and powers of attorney to sharing medical, financial and medical information, to having spare keys and social media wishes spelled out, your loved ones
will have everything they need for a family crisis, such as an emergency, an aging of a loved one or a death in the family. Plus, we include a budget and information to help you and your loved ones save thousands of dollars.
The Future File system helps you take an important step towards helping your loved ones- financially, emotionally and otherwise- during their greatest time of need. It is great for aging parents, spouses and partners, parents who want to protect their kids and single individuals alike.
Carol Roth Investment
She joined San Francisco based investment bank Montgomery Securities in 1995 as a financial analyst and member of the consumer corporate finance team. Carol became an officer of the firm by age 25.
Carol Roth Books/TV shows
Most Popular Books
The Little School Bus
Little Bunny’s Sleepless Night
Ten Dirty Pigs, Ten Clean Pigs
Who Will Tuck Me In Tonight? PB (Cheshire Studio Book)
Whose Mess Is This? Pig Sister (Look-Look)
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Carol Roth Radio
Roth hosted “The Noon Show” on WGN Radio from January to June 2013. Previously, she co-hosted episodes of American Entrepreneur Radio with Suzanne Caplan, focused on entrepreneurship and business.
Carol Roth Net Worth
She has set a goal of her net worth of about one million dollars and she did it
Carol Roth Columns and articles
Roth has written for a number of online publications, including a featured blog called “Make Your Pitch” at The New York Times and a blog at the Huffington Post where she covers Business, Political, and Women’s Issue postings.In 2011, Roth authored Sober Entrepreneurship, a manifesto which was published through Change This. She wrote an article for CNBC.com proposing the legalization of insider trading.
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