Scarlett Lawson
Account Manager

Scarlett supports and implements PR strategies for a wide range of Whitehouse’s UK-based clients.

With years of experience in a variety of industries across the consumer, business and corporate sectors in the UK and internationally, Scarlett has specialised in crafting engaging, thought-provoking and high ROI PR campaigns for businesses and causes which have traditionally struggled with media engagement and faced reputational crises.

With a degree in English Language and Linguistics from the University of York, Scarlett’s written skills ensure that client messaging is consistently unique and captivating. Outside of the office, Scarlett enjoys discovering the hidden gems of the restaurant world, true crime mysteries and finding as much green space as possible to remind her of her North Welsh roots.

Blog posts by Scarlett Lawson

Language Use for Media

December 30, 2020 9:36 am
By Scarlett Lawson

Working in a political communications team, my job is to garner as much relevant coverage as possible to raise my...

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