Tulip Siddiq the PPC for Hampstead and Kilburn and a councillor in Regent's Park ward and Cabinet Member for Culture and Communities at Camden council.
Tulip has worked for Amnesty International, Philip Gould Associates, Harry Cohen MP and the Greater London Authority. She used to be a policy advisor for Dame Tessa Jowell MP. In 2010, she worked on Ed Miliband's campaign to be leader of the Labour Party. More recently, she worked for Brunswick Group LLP.
Tulip is a primary school governor, a governor at the Working Men's College and a governor on the Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust. She is also a fellow at the Royal Society of Arts.
Tulip blogs for the Huffington Post and occasionally writes for her local newspaper - the Hampstead and Highgate Express.
Subjects: Arts, Equalities (Women), Equalities (Race), Immigration, International Development, Local Government & Communities (Finance), Local Government & Communities (General), Media, Labour Party (AWS & Positive Action), Labour Party (Beating the Opposition), Labour Party (Campaigning & Campaign Strategy), Older People, Religion, Sport, Young People