A Woodland Hills business owner has been elected as the board president of the ACG 101 Corridor, a business networking group.

Lynda J. Roth is founder and president of LJR Consulting services, a technology and business systems consulting firm based in Woodland Hills.

Roth was elected board president on Dec. 21. She replaces Jim Queen, who was elected board chairman. Queen is president of Teller Springs LLC, a financial and business strategy consulting firm in Agoura Hills.

Also serving on the organization’s board are Scott Galer, a partner with Stubbs Alderton & Markiles, LLP, as vice president; Jim Chevalier, a tax partner in the Woodland Hills office of Moss Adams LLP, as treasurer; Deborah Feldman, a partner at the Agoura Hills law firm of Feldman, Berman, Schwartz LLP, is secretary; Dewayne Sode, a senior business performance advisor with Insperity, chairs the sponsorship committee; Brian Rabinovitz, a principal at Martini Iosue & Akpovi, a Los Angeles-based accounting firm, chairs the membership committee; Ryan Bristol, a vice president with Bernstein Global Wealth Management, and Nicole Carnation, vice president at M&A Capital, LLC, are co-chairs of the programs committee; David Bonrouhi, managing director of Calabasas Capital, heads the marketing committee; and David Martin, vice president of Business Development at Union Bank, is a director.

ACG 101 Corridor serves the San Fernando Valley, Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties and meets the first Wednesday of every month.