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Carol Rolf is currently an Emeritus Partner at ROLF following her retirement at the end of 2021 from the active practice of law.
Carol was a founding member of the firm, and worked diligently for close to 40 years thereafter to help forge ROLF into the core partner to long-term care, post-acute and senior living providers that it is today.
Carol was selected multiple times as one of the Top 100 attorneys in the State of Ohio by Super Lawyers, as well as being named one of the best health care attorneys and as one of the Top 50 female attorneys in Ohio for many years. She was selected as one of the best health lawyers in the country by “The Best Lawyers in America” for 26 years straight.
Carol spends her time these days in the greater San Diego area – where she is fortunate to live close to both her sons and their families. And, she continues to focus on her philanthropic and volunteer work with underprivileged children – a lifelong passion of hers.
During her active practice, Carol was admitted to practice law in:
Carol was featured on the front cover of Ohio Super Lawyers Magazine and honored in a multi-page article about her career entitled “The Consensus Builder“.
Carol has received the following awards:
During her active practice, Carol was a member of the following professional organizations:
Carol also served on numerous governmental and association task forces and boards, including:
Carol also served the long term care community in the following roles:
Carol is a nationally recognized speaker, and has been a presenter and author of materials and seminars at hundreds of engagements over the years. A sample of the organizations Carol has addressed are:
Carol is on the Board of Trustees for Boys and Girls Clubs of San Diego.
Carol is a former member of the Board of Trustees for the United Church Homes, and has served as Secretary on the Board of Trustees of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Cleveland for many years.
She also served on the Board of a large privately held nursing home organization as well as serving on the Board of Advisors for a stand alone not for profit home.
Carol serves on the board of a managed care insurance company (Institutional Special Needs Plan)