December's successful members

12th December 2013

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Rhodri Davies

IEMA would like to congratulate the following individuals on recently upgrading their membership:


Maryam Abdulla, RasGas
Christine Akwero, Lewisham Homes
Anthony Armitage, Norland Managed Services
Neil Atkinson, Hargreaves Industrial Services
Ian Austin, BAE Systems
Andrew Ball
Thomas Barrow,
Grant Thornton UK LLP
Natalie Bombak, JTI
Frank Bradley
Sue Brookbanks,
BAE Systems
Stephen Burkin, Babcock Rail
Roy Calver, LRQA
Andrew Collins, Bibby Distribution
Nigel Couchman, Clearsprings Management
George Craig, De La Rue
Ben Cross
Claire Curtis
David Davies,
Inga Doherty, Oxfordshire County Council
Rob Domeney, RSK
Kirsten Donaghy, Coca Cola Enterprises
Patrick Gavin
Marc Geeson
Zebrina Hanly,
Jodie Horner, Leo Group
Greg Irvine, Ramboll UK
David Izzard
Joanne Johnstone,
Centrica Energy
John Moore, Anglo Beef Processors UK
Ali Saleh Al Mukhaini, Oman Natural Liquefied Natural Gas
Jennifer Offord, Planning Potential
Andrew Panting, Alfa Laval
Laura Maria Perez Camacho
Katherine Rowe,
Reckit Benckiser
Isaac Rowland
William Shaw,
Academies Enterprise Trust
Siobhan Sherry
Chris Smith,
Jess Smith
Michael Sudds,
UK Power Networks
Steve Tainton, Wincanton Group
Paul Tucker, AQA
Simon Turner, Sodexo Healthcare
Richard Walker, De La Rue, Security Papers
Ken Whyte, DNV Certification
Andrew Wilkes, Brockmoor Foundry Company
Ian Williams, Cristal Pigment UK
Mike Wing

Full and CEnv

James Blake, RSK
Gaetano Cristiano, Urbaser
John Gillard
Naomi Hayes,
Cooperative Group
Thomas Hibbert, NSA
Nicholas King, Magnox
Klara Kovacic, URS
Nicola Laurence, VW Group
G Jamie, MacDonald
Christopher Peacock, HOW
Rachel Rae, Eli Lilly
Hywel Roberts, Mouchel
Yvonne Rowse, Hunter Environmental
George Royston-Bishop, Sellafield
Christopher Shearlock, Cooperative Group
Jennifer Wade, Jacobs Engineering
Paul Warrington, Environment Agency
Simon White, Environment Agency, NEAS
James Wyse, EEF

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.

If this has inspired you to progress your membership, then visit for more information.

Alternatively call +44(0)1522 540069 to discuss your options with an IEMA professional development advisor.

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