Born and raised in Downey, CA, Carole L. Haber received her Bachelor of Arts and Teaching Credential from the University of California. Bill and Carole Haber met while teaching at the Foundation for the Junior Blind in Los Angeles in 1955. She was a French teacher in Palos Verdes High School for five years. Carole and her family lived in Los Angeles and Malibu for 50 years. In 1995, they moved to Westport so to take a greater part of the international humanitarian organization, Save the Children.
In 1975, Carole played a key role in the founding of the talent agency, Creative Artists, and continued on in her career to co-produce numerous award winning Broadway shows including Next Fall, Journey's End, Evita, Big Fish, and Monty Python's Spamalot.