- Idaho State Bar
- Idaho State Bar Family Section
- First District Bar Association
- John P. Gray Bench Bar Forum
- John P. Gray Bench Bar Forum Board Member & Treasurer
- J.D. Gonzaga University,
Magna Cum Laude
- MAT, Mathematics University of Idaho
- BA, Mathematics Boise State University
Past Employment Experience
- Hydrologist, National Weather Service
- Math Instructor & Coach,
Coeur d'Alene School District
Martha T. Roletto
Martha Roletto grew up in Wallace, Idaho, with her parents and six sisters and brothers. She first attended Boise State University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Mathematics. She then moved to Madison, Wisconsin to study Meteorology at the University of Wisconsin. She began working for the National Weather Service in Columbus, Georgia as an intern. She continued on this internship in Boise, Idaho and was then promoted to Hydrologist at the National Weather Service Office in Bismarck, North Dakota.
After eight years with the National Weather Service, working major floods and serving on Governor Committees, Martha resigned to become a Mathematics Teacher at Coeur d'Alene High School. She taught Math for fifteen years there while also serving as Department Chair and a Board Member for the Idaho Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Martha taught classes to teachers for the University of Idaho and published a book called Calculost? A Guide To First Semester Calculus.
She won the Presidential Award for Excellence In Mathematics and Science Teaching from the National Science Foundation, for the state of Idaho and was honored at the White House. Martha then attended Gonzaga University and earned her Juris Doctorate in Law. She has years of experience in various industries where she made important decisions that required detailed analysis and unwavering focus. Her diverse background makes her unique and able to relate to her clients with ease. She is a member of the Idaho State Bar, the Family Law and Litigation Sections of the Idaho State Bar and the Kootenai County Bar Association.