Lisa Roth serves as a principal in charge at Montgomery Roth Architecture and Interior Design, which she formed in 1998. She holds a master’s degree of architecture from Tulane University School of Architecture, where she graduated with honors, and a bachelor of interior design degree from LSU.
Her firm focuses on hospitality and residential design. She has worked on a variety of projects all over the world including Hong Kong, Tunisia, the Bahamas, and multiple state side projects. Her client list includes Walt Disney World, Harrah’s Casino, The Westin, W Hotels, Sheraton Hotels, Hilton Hotels, Drew Breese, Sammy Hagar, and many others.
Roth is a member of Preservation Houston, Texas Children’s Ambassadors Club, The Children’s Museum of Houston, Greater Houston Hotel and Lodging Association, American Society of Interior Designers, American Institute of Architects, Contemporary Art Center, Audubon Institute, Preservation Resource Center, Women’s Business Enterprise Alliance, The National Council of Architecture Registration Boards, and The National Council for Interior Designers.
She is also a Board Member of the Louise S. McGehee School Alumnae Association, Entrepreneurs’ Organization, and the Sterling Group.