Oklahoma City, Oklahoma , United States
Apr 16, 2018 01:58am
|Info||Jim Roth was appointed to the Oklahoma Corporation Commission by Governor Brad Henry on June 1, 2007 after having served in elective local office the previous 5 years. He was elected Oklahoma County Commissioner for District One in 2002 and was overwhelmingly re-elected with over 63% in 2006. Previously, Jim served county government for eight years as an Attorney and Chief Deputy for a previous Commissioner and County Clerk. He is a member of the Oklahoma, Kansas and American Bar Associations and is a Past-President of the National Association of Civil County Attorneys. He is also a Certified Mediator. |
Jim graduated from Kansas State University in 1991 with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science/Pre-Law and Oklahoma City University School of Law in 1994 with a Juris Doctor. Jim holds Graduate certificates from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government for local government executives and The United States Air War College’s National Security Forum at Maxwell Air Force Base.
Jim believes in community volunteerism and is involved in Rotary International Club 29 (OKC), the Choctaw Kiwanis Club, the Chambers of Commerce for Midwest City, Choctaw and the OKC Capitol area, the AIDS Support Program, Mayflower Congregational Church, the Greater OKC United Way and Allied Arts, among others. Commissioner Roth is an avid outdoorsman, enjoying boating, water skiing, travel and time spent with family and friends.