Wes Streeting is a young and ambitious politician who is the chief executive of Helena Kennedy Foundation, an educational charity. The foundation is instrumental in promoting higher education to students through mentoring, scholarships, bursaries and work placements. Streeting was responsible for complete management and leadership of the foundation and is an active member in all terms, as he takes the lead in fundraising activity and even the external affairs matter. Streeting also works for the higher education of students and guides them through work placements and bursaries. Wes Streeting studied from a Christian aided school, the Westminster City School in Victoria, located in the central London. This young personality is a graduate from the University of Cambridge.
The certificate name for this boy is Wesley Paul William Streeting and he was born on 21st January 1983. In 2008, at the young age of 26, Wes Streeting became the president of the National Union of Students in the United Kingdom. He was a huge supporter of the Labour Party plus a student activist.
Breaking all records, on April 2009, this politician boy got elected for the second term, gaining victory over Rob Owen who was a well known member of the Socialist Worker Student Society. Cambridge University was the launch pad for all these achievements, as Streeting was the president of the Cambridge University Students Union for the year 2004 to 2005.
Wes Streeting has also served the Political Organization Industry by undertaking the position of administrative officer. In March 2009, Streeting was listed as the 33rd most powerful politician in the UK. He also shared the Question Time Panel in 2009 in Brighton at the National Student Pride.
Wes Streeting is presently elected as the councilor for the Labour Party, for the Chadwell Ward in July 2010. He was providing his knowledge to PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP as a public sector consultant, but had to quit the job for the elections. Streeting was also given an opportunity to take the position as Head of Policy and Strategic Communications. This young achiever is still working hard enough and one day he will surely lead the politics of his country.