Latest IEMA membership upgrades

5th May 2016

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


Stuart Abernethy, Arcadis Consulting (UK)

Bina Abraham, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority

Inas Abu Setteh, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority

Oliver Adolfo, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority

Hassan Ahmed, DP World Sokhna

Hessa Aleassa, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority

Nada Alsuwaidi, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority

Luke Aminu, Mott MacDonald

Mark Anderson, Jordans and Ryvita Co

Jessica Antas, McLaughlin & Harvey

Syed Arif, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority

Mohammad Badrulislam, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority

Eva Barientos, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority

Chris Bramley, H J Heinz

Henry Brittlebank, Ramboll Environ UK

Kirsten Campbell, Bear Scotland

Su Ching Lee,Climate Bonds Initiative

Diane Clarke, 2 Sisters Food

Jordan Clarke

Neil Coaker

Andy Cook, National Grid

Antony Cotton, Supreme Group

Steve Cousins, BP

Scott Creedy, Global Environmental Excellence

Jennifer Croft, CBRE

Joe Croft, Overbury

Paul Daniel, Warburtons

Paul Dixon, National Grid

Kerri Dobson, Greengage

Vic Duddy, National Express

Laura Duggan, George Best Belfast City Airport

Jack Elliot, GSK

Sara Farah, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority

Max Finney, Johnson Matthey

Ian Forrest, LRQA

Paul Gibson, Mitie Group

Adam Gomes

Helena Grant, Brookside Products

Damian Gray, National Grid

Emma Greenhalgh, Newground CIC

Wayne Halligan, Siemens

Caitlin Hamlett, NHS Scotland

Mark Herbert, MMO

Andy Holland, SCCI Alphatrack

Stephanie Howells, Kongsberg Automotive

Lisa Hudson-Ford, Great Portland Estates

Dave Jefferson, Soreen

Paul Jones

Teresa Kelly

Jane Kirkwood, The Veitchi Group

Anthony Kubale, Arcadis Consulting (UK)

Lisa Maddocks, Limbroke Services

Stephanie Malin

Cecilia Martin-Krebs, Barclays Bank

Jeremy Mathieu, BBC

Steven McCallum, Draintec Solutions

Valerie McMillan, Network Rail

Pauline Meducka, Paterson Arran

Catherine Miller, Newground CIC

Anna Misztal, 2 Sisters Food

Natalie Moore, Arcadis Consulting (UK)

Rachel Morris, British Gypsum

Djemai Moussaoui

Alex Munro, AECOM

Rashmi Murali, Cowi Gulf A/S

Richard Norton, Ocado

Uriel Temidayo Ogunlaja, ERM

Sarah O’Sullivan, Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery

Preethi Girija Padmanabhan

Ismail Patel, National Grid

Amanda Reeves, Vine Technical Services

Stephanie Robertson, Jumeirah Beach Hotel

Allen Rutter, Corby Borough Council

Farakh Sair, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority

Ivan Searle, British Sugar

Luke Sewell, National Grid

Barbara Silva, WSP|Parsons Brinckerhoff

Anthony Snowdon, LRQA

Luke Steaggles, GHD Environment

Derek Strange, Mitie Group

Sam Tabiner, Marshalls Mono

William Taylor, National Grid

Nicola Tremayne, Origin Coffee

Janice Tyler, BriggsAmasco

Lina Viciulyte

Zeta Watkins, Hodkinson

Ian Williams, LRQA

Zoe Williamson, NSG Environmental

Full and Chartered environmentalist

Mark Ashmore, H J Enthoven & Sons

Sam Brewitt, Balfour Beatty Rail

Thomas Cooper, Yorkshire Water

John Drabble, Royal HaskoningDHV

Claudia Dommett-Nöhren, Colas Rail

James Doyle, Drax Power

Elizabeth English, Associated British Porto

Xuedian Jessica Gu, Arup

James Keegan, Costain

Jason Maitland, Wood Group

Stephen Marr, J Murphy and Sons

Nicola Martin, Balfour Beatty Utility Solutions

Emily Moon, Hampshire County Council

Victoria Nesbitt, Nuvia

Richard Pawson, BP Exploration Operating Co

Nick Pilcher, Frankham Consultancy Group

Lorna Russell, Crossrail

Emma Strong, UK Green Investment Bank

Jonathan Turner, Balfour Beatty Group

Kirsten Velthuis, Schofield Lothian

Adam Weller

Chartered environmentalist

Rachael Adams, MOD


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