She was first elected to Latchmere ward in 2018.
He grew up in Battersea and went to Elliott School (now Ark Putney), and was politicised through the campaign to save the playing fields there, which the Council was trying to sell off.
He was elected to represent Queenstown Ward in 2016 when he was 24, and has been involved in campaigning and activism in Battersea ever since. For his day job he works as a community organiser for the Labour Party.
Jeremy was the Labour Shadow Cabinet lead for Education and Childrens' Services from 2016-19; and now he is the Labour co-leader (with Cllr Graeme Henderson) for Adult Care and Health.
Clare was a member of the Education & Children’s Services Committee 2018-20 and is now a member of the Community Services & Open Spaces Committee.
He is a former teacher and is now a caseworker and organiser for a Union, assisting members with problems at work.
He is a long-time resident of Tooting, where he lives with his family and has been a Councillor in Graveney Ward since 1994.
Outside of Council life he is interested in music, walking and supporting local football team AfC Wimbledon.
In 2013 Kemi set up her own charity and social enterprise focused on supporting people in South London with access to food, opportunities for career experience, and employment. She has mentored and advised food start-ups and community projects in London, Guildford, Scotland, and West Virginia, USA.
Kemi was elected in 2018 to Wandsworth council to represent Graveney Ward, where she has lived with her 2 rescue cats for many years. In 2020 she became the highest ranking Black leader of Wandsworth Council in 107 years.
She became Vice Chair of Wandsworth Co-operative party in 2019 and received a recognition award for her outstanding contribution to the co-operative movement during the CoVID pandemic. Kemi has been a member of Shadow Cabinet representing the Voluntary Sector and Business (2017-18), Equality, Voluntary Sector and Business Engagement (2018-19) and Diversity and Equality (2019-20).
Since then he has encouraged an better local response to Covid-19. An active trade unionist, he became National President of his trade union, Prospect and has held a number of positions as a Charity Trustee and Tribunal Member.
Locally he is an active supporter of Earlsfield Foodbank, the Nicholas Stewart Project, Earlsfield School Street and Earlsfield Business Network.
She has worked extensively in social housing and has campaigned with the City Hall Labour Group for cleaner air and an ecological city.
She has been on the Planning Committee for much of her time as councillor and has seen much of London's new skyline through the committee. She's also the Opposition Speaker on the Grants Committee, which allocates the annual grant fund of around £340k to local organisations; a figure that she thinks it not nearly enough considering how much the voluntary sector does locally and how hard they've worked to support people during the pandemic.
Particular successes during her time as a councillor have been getting Wandsworth to agree double-swipe taxi-cards, working with local residents to get a lorry ban in the Fishponds Road area, and sorting out problems for residents.
As well as being a councillor, she volunteers at my local Oxfam bookshop, helps with a local Woodcraft Folk group for children, supports AFC Wimbledon and plays Bridge. If you see her out and about on my bike, give her a wave!
She has been a member of the Finance, Resources & Climate Sustainability 2018-20 and since 2020 has also been a member of the Housing & Regeneration Committee.
As a nurse, Paula worked in a number of hospitals across London.
She was first elected to Queenstown ward in 2018, after being inspired to stand for the Council when the Council bulldozed the local adventure playground, replaced the local childrens centre with retail, and closed the Sure Start centres.
Paula sits on the Grants Committee, the Adult Social Care & Health Committee, and the Community Services & Open Spaces Committee, where she is Labour's environment speaker.
His political passions are fighting climate change and inequality - he urges everyone to read The Spirit Level by by Richard Wilkinson and Kate Pickett! In his spare time he enjoys skydiving, climbing and chess.
Judi has three daughters who grew up in a Furzedown and went to Wandsworth schools.
Judi is joint lead on the Education and Children’s Services Overview and Scrutiny Committee (OSC) and also serves on the Adult Care Health OSC. Current concerns are ensuring all children have enough to eat, and that children with a special need or disability, or a mental health problem, get the support they need.
Judi also campaigns on the climate emergency with Extinction Rebellion and other groups, and on curriculum change and anti-racism with many concerned residents. In Furzedown, she helps organise School Streets, is on the Furzedown Community Network Committee , Friends of Furzedown Rec Committee, sings with the Great Gustos and has been known to ‘star’ as Daisy the Cow in the Furzedown pantomime.
Paul was an organiser in Earlsfield where Labour won its first councillor for 28 years in 2014, and chair of the Local Campaign Forum when Wandsworth Labour won 5 elections (mayor, GLA member, national MP and 2 council by-elections) in 18 months.
Paul has been a member of CREW, a local community renewable group, since 2014 and is very interested in sustainable energy and environmental concerns. He runs the Hillbrook School Streets rota and volunteers at Broadwater School Streets.
As well as CREW Paul is involved with Transition Town, Tooting Neighbourhood Forum, Tooting Healthy Streets, BATCA, Earlsfield Foodbank, Dons Local Action Group and is a member of UNITE union and Aboyne Estate RA.
Paul has lived in Tooting for 30 years, has two children at university in the US, and ran Tooting and Mitcham and Hampton and Richmond Juniors Football club for 12 years. He also coached at the Goalkeeper Development Centre at Fulham FC’s Youth Academy in Motspur Park.
He has been active in the local community, helping out at the local Furzedown Project and with raising funds for local causes.
Before retiring, Graham worked in local government as a planning officer and was the Chief Planning Officer at Islington and Hackney. He has extensive knowledge of town planning.
He is currently sits on the Council’s Planning and Transportation Committee (and is the Labour Group spokesperson for strategic planning) and is also a member of the Planning Application Committee.
Between 2018-20 Angela was a member of the Housing & Regeneration Committee. She is now a member of the Finance, Resources & Climate Sustainability Committee, General Purposes Committee and the Audit Committee, putting her professional experience in finance to good use.
Jo is Labour's Active Travel and Transport Speaker, committed to delivering safer roads and cleaner air.
Originally from Ireland, Claire has lived in the Borough for over 10 years with her partner and now 3 young children. She volunteers locally for the Roehampton Community Box and is Chair of Governors at the Alton Primary School.
Claire is a barrister and continues to work on a voluntary basis for South West London Law Centres (Winner of Legal Aid Law Firm of 2020!). One of the team which has revived the Wandsworth Labour Women's Forum, Claire has always taken a strong interest in women's rights and social justice, working with Maternity Action, Working Families, the Access to Justice Foundation, the Anti-Trafficking Labour Exploitation Unit and Food Chain.
Claire works closely with the Member of Parliament for Putney, Roehampton and Southfields, Fleur Anderson MP, as part of her parliamentary team.
Particular interests locally include planning and housing in the area, and community and environmental issues. Often seen collecting litter or cycling with her children, who love hedgehogs!