Bachelor cum laude in Journalism, New York University, 1989.
She is perhaps best known as the public face for Music Television"s "Choose or Lose" campaign designed to inspire young people to vote. As a 19-year-old college student at New York University, she appeared in a 1987 video for "(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (to Party)" by the Beastie Boys. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in journalism.
At the age of 23, Soren was the face of Music Television"s Choose or Lose campaign, which focused on encouraging young adults to vote.
Clips of Soren"s interviews with Tupac Shakur were included in the 2003 documentary film Tupac: Resurrection. Soren is mentioned in the 1998 film American History X, and also did a cameo in the movie The Cable Guy as herself.
In October 2008, she interviewed Ralph Nader for Cable-Satellite Public Affairs Network. Soren exhibits her photographs throughout the United States. Her show at the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art opened on June 1, 2012.
She studied photography at Stanford University and the California College of the Arts.
She played herself in an episode of Portlandia on January 4, 2013.