(CNN) -- Here is a look at the life of former Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta.
Personal: Birth date: August 20, 1966
Birth place: Pisa, Italy
Father: Giorgio Letta, a mathematics professor
Mother: Anna (Banchi) Letta
Marriage: Gianna Fregonara
Children: Giacomo, Lorenzo, Francesco
Education: University of Pisa, International Law, 1994; Scuola Superiore "S.Anna," European Community Law, Ph.D, 2007
Other Facts: Third youngest prime minister in Italy's history.
His uncle, Gianni Letta, was former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's chief of staff.
Timeline: 1991-1995 - President, European Young Christian Democrats.
1993 - Chief of Staff for Foreign Affairs Minister Beniamino Andreatta.
January 1997-November 1998 - Deputy Secretary of the Italian People's Party.
1998-1999 - Minister of European Affairs for Prime Minister Massimo D'Alema.
1999-2001 - Minister of Industry and Commerce.
2001 - Is elected to Italy's Parliament.
January 2002-May 2006 - Head of the Department of National Economy.
2004 - Elected to the European Parliament.
2006-2008 - Secretary to the Council of Ministers for Prime Minister Romano Prodi.
October 2007 - Candidate in the primaries for National Secretariat.
October 2007-February 2009 - Minister of Welfare.
February 2009-October 2009 - Head of the National Department of Welfare.
November 2009-April 2013 - Deputy National Secretary for the Democratic Party (PD).
April 28, 2013 - Is sworn in as Italy's prime minister.
October 2, 2013 - Letta's coalition government survived a confidence vote Wednesday by a healthy margin, with 235 senators voting in favor to 70 against.
February 14, 2014 - Resigns as prime minister.