April's successful members

7th April 2014

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Lisa Watt

IEMA would like to congratulate the following individuals on recently upgrading their membership as part of their ongoing commitment to learning and professional development:


Samer Akl, RTI
Carol Betts
Neil Crosby
Tom Day,
Murco Petroleum
Emma Devenport
Beth Emberton,
Sarah Hickey, Financial Conduct Authority
Pablo Hijano Ruiz, Eurofins Holdings
Luke Hobson, RSK Group
Gill Hutton, Agripa Solutions
Thomas Jackson, Brand-Rex
Richard Keighley, Veolia Environmental Services
Damien Keneghan, Halcrow Group (CH2M Hill)
Andrea Leiter
James Locker,
Clegg Construction
Michelle Margetts, Jas Bowman and Sons
Jenny McGrother, AWE
Thomas Miles, University of Cumbria
Ben Miller, Land Use Consultants
Sophie Moeng, ENCO
Joanne Morphet, Highways Agency
Karen Moutos, Agrivert
Joe Norton, RSK Group
Robert Paul, Cape Industrial Services
Marc Powell, GroundSure
Nadine Robinson
Lillian Sanderman,
Marine Management Organisation
Benjamin Shaw
James Sutcliffe,
Lloyd’s Register EMEA
Denise Thomas, Somerset Food, Safety & Environment
Peter Thorne
Christina Tsiarta,
Julie’s Bicycle
Catherine Walsh, HM Government of Gibraltar
Marc Williams, ERM
James Woodfield, ENERGUS


Guy Mercer, The Rhead Group
Frauke Urban, University of London

Full and CEnv

Grant Anderson, Nottingham Trent University
James Baron, Environment Agency
Mark Broomfield, Kimberly-Clark
Rebecca Casey, Ove Arup and Partners
Lachlan Fulton, Rider Levett and Bucknall
Lisa-Jayne Hawker, Parsons Brinckerhoff
Kerry Laing, Alcan Aluminium UK
Giovanni Lupaldi, TGE Group
Jamie Roddie, Mabbett and Associates
Robert Squires, Kellogg’s
Philip Tamuno, East Midlands Ambulance NHS Trust
Michael Webley, Sellafield Limited

Upgrading your membership is key to you gaining the professional recognition you deserve, it can help you secure the job you want and may even help you achieve a higher salary. Learn more by visiting iema.net/upgrading-your-membership or call +44 (0)1522 540069.

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