Isabel Rollison specializes in public affairs communications and works with a wide array of clients in the corporate, association and non-profit sectors.
At Seven Letter, Isabel develops and manages public affairs campaigns involving multiple service areas including earned media, digital, social media and grassroots. She is well-versed at communicating policy issues on topics ranging from housing policy and trade to intellectual property and transportation.
Previously, Isabel worked at JDA Frontline, which merged with Blue Engine in 2018 to form Seven Letter. At JDA Frontline, she worked on a diverse set of clients including Fortune 50 companies and industry associations. In addition to client work, she also managed the Washington, DC office.
Isabel first moved to Washington, D.C. in high school to work as a United States Senate Page to Senator Judd Gregg. She later returned to D.C. to attend The George Washington University where she studied Political Science and Communication.
Outside of Seven Letter, Isabel enjoys remaining involved with Camp Onaway, most recently as a Young Alumna Trustee for the Board of Trustees. Isabel hails from New Hampshire, where she grew up on Squam Lake.