Laura Trott is a lobbyist at Portland PR.
Until July 2016 she was a political adviser to the Prime Minister Theresa May in No.10. Prior to that she was a political adviser to David Cameron on women, education and childcare, one of just three women in a 26-strong newly reshaped Downing Street operation. 
As a special adviser to Mr Cameron, Trott earned a salary of £67,000 annually. 
In addition to her role as special adviser, Trott is a Conservative councillor in the Frognal and Fitzjohns ward of Camden Council, London. In the May 2010 election, she came second with 2490 votes (17.62% of votes cast). Being "ushered into the Conservatives’ safest ward", Trott is reportedly "highly regarded".
Gained a Bachelor's degree in History and Economics from Oxford University
Contact, Resources, Notes
- Jane Martinson Trott Adviser on women, education and childcare The Guardian, Published 8 July 2013, Accessed 18 September 2014
- Department of Information Services, "Parliamentary Information List", accessed 07.09.10
- Special advisers in post, 30 November 2014 GOV.UK, accessed 28 April 2015
- Camden Council, "Councillor Laura Trott", accessed 13.09.10
- Camden Council, "Frognal and Fitzjohns"accessed 13.09.10
- Richard Osley, "LOCAL ELECTIONS 2010: By the dozen, the pick of the polls successes - a look at the new faces in Town Hall", Camden New Journal, 13.05.10, accessed 13.09.10
- Laura Trott LinkedIn profile, accessed 8 October 2014