Isabella Sharp
Deputy Managing Director

Isabella heads up Whitehouse’s media and corporate communications function and provides strategic oversight of our health and creative industries teams.

Prior to joining Whitehouse she gained 15 years’ experience working in parliament, for a global communications consultancy, an NHS healthcare regulator and most recently headed up external affairs for Southbank Centre, the UK’s largest arts centre. During her career, she has worked with ministers, senior government officials, MPs, peers and leading journalists to drive political and corporate campaigns, provide issues and crisis management, and run busy press offices.

Isabella holds a Masters in Politics, Policy and Government from Birkbeck College, University of London and a Batchelor’s degree in History from Cambridge University. Isabella is passionate about women’s representation in politics and once founded the first women’s football team in parliament. When she’s not in the office she enjoys writing crime thrillers and dancing around the kitchen with her two children.

Blog posts by Isabella Sharp

Cummings, not going

May 26, 2020 10:18 am
By Isabella Sharp

A simple mea culpa on Saturday morning would have safe-guarded Cummings his job, pre-empted any follow-up stories and given him...

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