Latest IEMA membership upgrades

10th March 2016

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Miles Thomas

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


Georgina Allen

Leonard Bejko, Bankers Petroleum

Stephanie Binks, WSP|Parsons Brinckerhoff

Joanne Bowen, Marks & Spencer

Joanna Brenton

Hannah Burke, Argyll Environmental

James Carrick, Buro Happold

Nigel Clamp, Hanson UK

Matthew Coe, MWH Global

Danny Francis Cousins, International Workplace

Lara Cubley, Natural Resources Wales

Lisa Shearer

Linda Dorian, Interserve

Sophie England

Justin Feltham, RSK Environmental

Robert Ford, Airbus Operations UK

Graham Gartland, Airbus Group

Andrew Hamilton, EDP Renewables

Dee Harper

Naomi Harris, Magnox

Ruth Harris, University of Reading

Rebecca Hibbert, Environment Agency

Simon Hughes, RSK Environmental

Emilie Gorse

Michael Image, ADAS Environment

Norbert Klosa

Adam Lawrence, Centro

Paul Madelin, St Nicholas School

Scott Manton, Interfocus

Anthony Moore, Airbus Group

Kelly Murphy, RSK Group

Michelle Nicholls, Northgate

Laura Roddy, Canavan Associates

James Shears, Overbury

Kat Swalwell, Costain

Full and Chartered environmentalist

Ian Allard, The Royal Parks

Philip Bailey, J Murphy and Sons

Laura Bartle, GDF Suez Energy UK

Julie Brooks, Higgins Group

Alison Brough, Willmott Dixon Construction

Mark Burrage, RSK Environmental

Julie Burton, Warwickshire County Council

Manoj Kumar Mani Chaturvedi, Qatar Design Consortium

Faye Clamp, Jacobs Engineering UK

Harry Corrigan, Environment Agency

Daniela Eigner, WSP|Parsons Brinckerhoff

Martin Gettings, Canary Wharf Group

Emma Gillespie, Cavendish Nuclear

Philip Gray, BDP

Poul Wend Hansen, Balfour Beatty Group

Nicholas Johnn, Aardvark EM

Helen Jones, Halcrow Group (CH2M Hill)

Stuart Jones, Eaton

Jane MacDonald, SSE

Peter Morgan, Paignton Zoo Environmental Park

Dominic North, CBI Kentz Joint Venture

Samantha Smith, Skanska UK

Paul Toyne, Balfour Beatty Group

Georgina Venton, WSP|Parsons Brinckerhoff

Caroline Vickers, Samsung C and T

Upgrading your IEMA membership is important in ensuring you gain the professional recognition you deserve, it can help you secure the job you want and achieve a higher salary. To progress your membership visit or call IEMA on +44 (0)1522 540069 to discuss your options with an adviser.


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