Jeff Roth is a Booz Allen Hamilton Senior Associate with over 20 years of experience. He has been a leader within the Firm’s disaster management exercise team for over 15 years where he plans and executes disaster management exercises. He has personally designed and facilitated over 100 environmental and disaster management planning conferences and exercises.
Jeff grew up in the Detroit area. After receiving a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Notre Dame in 1996, he attended the U.S. Army Chemical School, graduating with honors in 1997. In 2007, he earned a Masters in Environmental Engineering from Johns Hopkins University. He has related certificates in Decision Making for Climate Change and Disaster Management with certifications as a FEMA Professional Continuity Practitioner, Business Continuity Planner, Project Management Professional, and Certified Floodplain Manager. Prior to his time at Booz Allen Hamilton, Jeff was a Chemical Officer in the U.S. Army. He was then a Chemical, Natural Energy, and Utilities consultant with Accenture in New York City and executed projects for DuPont, CONSOL Energy, Rhodia Chemicals, and American Water.
Jeff has a strong interest in green architecture, urban sustainability, and photography. His volunteer commitments reflect his interest in community-based energy and environmental solutions, including his work with Chesapeake Habitat for Humanity and Engineers Without Borders. He is a member of the Booz Allen Track Team and Marathon Teams, which compete in United States Corporate Athletic Association events annually. He has a lifetime goal of running marathons on all seven continents and in all fifty states, including as many consecutive Boston Marathons as possible. To this end, he has completed more than 60 marathons, including completing his 16th consecutive Boston Marathon in April 2017. Jeff is a Senior Fellow of the Chesapeake Regional Network (2016) and he joined the ELP board of directors in 2019.