Carole was born in Brooklyn, New York graduated from James Madison High School class of 1958 and Brooklyn College, Bachelor of Science Degree, Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa class of 1962.
She spent one year in Paris (1960 – 1961) studying on scholarship at The University of Paris, La Sorbonne and traveling. After returning home she received a Masters of Science Degree from the University of Bridgeport Connecticut qualifying her to teach both French and Chemistry in the State of Connecticut.
In 1992 she started a business of fine art, hand-painted ceramic Judaica which sold at the Jewish Museum, New York City and other Jewish Museums and gift shops around the country.
Her first book “BALANCE, Selected Writings by Carole Imber Soloff”, copyright June 2007, is a collection of her work in poetry and prose organized according to her life cycle.
“And then I Saw a Rainbow, THE JOURNEY OF A DIALYSIS PATIENT” is a record, written in poetry and prose of her two year experience on dialysis. She received a kidney transplant, April 29, 2009.
Carole lives with her husband Bob in Connecticut and in Vermont. Their daugher Lauren, her husband Wes and their three children Jake, Hannah and Benji also live in Connecticut.