Judge & Host on TBS' Technology Reality Competition Series, America's Greatest Makers; Host of Microsoft's Office Small Business Academy; NYT bestselling author of "The Entrepreneur Equation"
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Carol Roth is the creator of the Future File® legacy planning system,“recovering” investment banker, billion-dollar dealmaker, investor, entrepreneur, national media personality and author of the New York Times bestselling book, The » Read Full Bio
Carol Roth is the creator of the Future File® legacy planning system,“recovering” investment banker, billion-dollar dealmaker, investor, entrepreneur, national media personality and author of the New York Times bestselling book, The Entrepreneur Equation.
Carol considers herself born to give advice. From 22 years of giving business and financial advice professionally to a lifetime of giving life advice to literally everyone, she earned the nickname “Lucy” (as in the Peanuts’/Charlie Brown’s friend with “the Doctor is IN” stand!). In fact, strangers actually stop Carol in public daily to ask her questions, probably a vibe from her Midwestern upbringing and approachability. She’s known for a bold personality, tough love and using witty sayings like, “Money may not buy you happiness, but it is more comfortable to cry in a Mercedes than on a bicycle” to her own proprietary sayings, like, “Pursue ROI- return oninvestment versus ROE- return on EGO!”
She has a competency in just about every form of on-camera work. She’s been a judge on the Mark Burnett-produced technology competition show, America’s Greatest Makers and host of Microsoft’s Office Small Business Academy. She’s formerly been a weekly panelist on the Closing Bell and has been on TV regularly for seven years. She is also an advisor to companies ranging from startups to major multi-national corporations.
Professionally, over her career, Carol has helped clients complete more than $2 billion in transactions and transformational initiatives, including capital raising, mergers and acquisitions, licensing and partnership deals, as well as create 7-figure brand loyalty programs. She’s helped many brands create content and also monetize their viewers, fans and customer bases.
Carol is a former public company director and noted small business advocate, being named a Top 100 Small Business Influencer for the past five years.She counts among her “accomplishments” having an action figure made in her own likeness, getting a standing ovation from Richard Branson and having the NFL follow her on Twitter.