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Born and raised on the Isle of Wight, Isaac attended Christ the King College, Carisbrooke, before studying at King's College London. 

Isaac’s family have also long called the Island home, having owned and operated local businesses.

Isaac started volunteering at the Isle of Wight Steam Railway aged 14.   Quickly promoted, Isaac gained competencies in a number of safety critical roles with significant responsibilities,  setting national records in the process.   He also launched and led, on his own initiative, a young volunteers team to increase young Islanders' participation with the Railway.   Subsequently, Isaac was elected a director and trustee of the £3 million business, accredited museum and educational charity, contributing fully to the continued success of this much-loved and nationally-respected organisation.   In recognition of his work, Isaac has been shortlisted for national accolades. 

Isaac has also worked with the Elephant Group, a social mobility charity, to propose solutions to the over-subscription of medicine degrees and promote alternative healthcare careers in order to relieve staffing pressures on the healthcare sector.   

Professionally, Isaac has contributed to the integration of High Speed 2 with the existing rail network and is developing a career in business management. 

Within the Conservative Party, Isaac took a leading role in relaunching the local Island Young Conservatives after an extended hiatus, becoming Chairman in 2019.   In that position, he played a proactive, leading role in the Island's general election campaign of 2019 as well as the local elections of 2021.   As a representative of younger members at local and regional level, Isaac contributed to the Association's activities and governance as a member of the Executive Council.   While at university, Isaac was elected President of The King's College London Conservative Association, one of the largest Conservative student bodies in the country.  In 2023, he became Chairman of the London Universities Conservatives, representing and leading the largest grouping of conservative students in the UK.


In the summer of 2023, Isaac authored an Island Vision to regenerate the Isle of Wight and sought the Conservative Nomination for Isle of Wight East, a constituency created by the recent boundary review. Whilst, on this occasion, Isaac was unable to contest the Conservative nomination, he remains committed to contributing to the Island's renewal. 

An occasional contributor to media such as ConservativeHome, Isaac has also recently adopted new challenges, including in connection with the 2024 General Election. 

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