Mina Sharma

Press Manager and Campaigner

Mina Sharma joined the Leicester Conservatives in 2016, and manages media relations for the Association. In addition she chairs Leicester's Conservative Women's Organisation (follow on @CWOLeicester)

Mina was born and raised in London, and has spent her entire career working within the public sector in communications and media relations. She was previously interim media manager at Westminster City Council, and later worked with the Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt at the Department of Health press office to raise public awareness about dementia. Mina holds a BA in History from Royal Holloway, University of London, and a Masters degree in English from King's College London. She moved to Leicester in November 2015, and lives in Stoneygate with her husband and two year old son.

Mina is a political campaigner who believes that people from every background can aspire to be the best that they can be. She has raised £3,000 for ISKCON Leicester, a city centre community project and Temple, which will see one of Leicester's most iconic buildings (built by the renowned Leicester architect Joseph Goddard) fully restored to its former glory. Mina is passionate about regenerating the city centre and supporting businesses.


Does Leicester East really need another of Keith Vaz's vanity projects?

Leicester Conservatives campaigner and spokeswoman Mina Sharma spoke out against proposals set out by Leicester East's Labour MP Keith Vaz, which would see a 'giant football' monument installed in Belgrave Circle to commemorate Leicester City's historic Premier League win (Leicester Mercury, 12 M

Row over the future of Knighton library

Published in the Leicester Mercury on 9th February 2017

Labour councillors have been accused of scaremongering over the future of a city library.

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