About: David Roth
- I love this Blog name because I am a recovering Sunday Christian. For 20+ years of my career in Health & Beauty Care/Pharmaceuticals, Software and Transportation, I lived two different lives. On Sunday, I genuinely pursued discovering and growing a deeper relationship with Jesus. But on Monday, I went right back to the way the world had trained me to act and lead. I was not a bad person. I tried to lead ethically. I tried to develop relationships at work. But at the end of the day, I live a compartmentalized life. And, I believe that a large majority of people in our churches today have a very similar story. My calling five years ago to leave my VP, Sales /Marketing role at J.B. Hunt Transport to take on the leadership role at WorkMatters has been in the makings my whole career. I was just building my war chest of experiences. Now, I feel incredibly blessed to have the opportunity to be used by God to open the eyes of thousands of people to be the same person on Monday that they are on Sunday! My Bio: David M. Roth became President, WorkMatters, Inc., in October, 2003. WorkMatters is a nondenominational non-profit organization founded in Fayetteville, Arkansas focused on helping individuals and companies integrate their Christian faith and their work. Prior to taking on full-time leadership of WorkMatters, Mr. Roth was vice president, sales and marketing for J.B. Hunt Transport, Inc. Prior to joining J.B. Hunt in 1999, David was senior vice president, marketing for Manugistics, a supply chain management software provider in Maryland and vice president, marketing for American Software in Atlanta, GA. He also has 9 years of supply chain management experience with McKesson Corporation in San Francisco, CA and Harrison, AR. David has a bachelor’s degree in marketing from University of Arkansas and is a graduate of the Stanford Executive Institute in Palo Alto, CA. Mr. Roth resides in Fayetteville, Ark with his wife, Theresa and their 2 sons, Dylan and Tyler. They are members of Central United Methodist Church in Fayetteville.