For over a decade Isolde has worked internationally as a curator, writer,  and cultural strategist, collaborating with noted contemporary artists, art institutions, companies and individuals. Her diverse experience highlights her ability to integrate and customize a global aesthetic into multiple platforms - both live and virtual -  including art, design, architecture, technology, scholarship, fashion, publishing, public and private real estate as well as philanthropy.

Currently, Isolde is the national Executive Director of Arts, Culture & Community at Westfield where her primary focus is the Oculus at Westfield World Trade Center as well as Century City in L.A. In this curatorial and programmatic capacity, she oversees artist projects and installations, cultural events, museum partnerships, school programming and community partnerships, all integrated with the latest technology. Isolde also serves as Assistant Professor of Critical Studies in Tisch's Department of Photography, Imaging and Emerging Media at New York University as well as Curator-at-Large at the Tang Museum, and continues to work on a range of cultural projects that bridge both the public and private sectors.

Throughout her career, Isolde has collaborated with noted contemporary artists including Ellen Gallagher, Leonardo Drew, Richard Mosse, Fred Wilson, and Bharti Kher, to name a few. She has written extensively on contemporary art and culture, including several exhibition catalogue essays, journal articles as well as artist monographs. She has developed contemporary art and culture programs and platforms for a broad range of organizations including Richard Meier Architects | SDS Procida, Versace, Moet Hennessy USA, Wilfredo Rosado, Gucci, New York magazine, the Prospect New Orleans biennial as well as the Armory Show/VOLTA NY, CIRCA, Puerto Rico, and ARCO Contemporary Art Fair in Madrid, Spain, among others. 

Previously, Isolde has worked for the Guggenheim Museum, the Bronx Museum of Art, and as Chief Curator for the SCAD Museum of Art. In December of 2016 she was named to the Board of Trustees of the New Museum. She is deeply committed to the promotion of arts education, global women’s issues and criminal justice reform. In October of 2015, Isolde was invited as a guest to the White House on the occasion of President Obama’s declaration of National Juvenile Justice month. Isolde holds a PhD from Columbia University and lives with her family in New York City.