May's successful IEMA members

2nd May 2014


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Luke Olly

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

Associate

Nabeel Akhter, Parker Hannifin
Malik Al Aasmari, Economic City Authority
Eman Al Madan, Chamber of Dubai
Trevor Anstey, Parker Hannifin
Nnenna Azubuike
Matthew Barnes,
Environment Agency
Frances Bowen
Andrew Bradley,
Gulf Marine Services
James Brincat, DS Smith Logistics
Catherine Broadhead, Natural England
Adam Brown, Parker – Fluidic Solutions Division
Marianne Brownlee, Mott MacDonald
Tony Catchpole
Michelle Cox,
Longcross Construction
Nina Davenport, Environment Agency
Alistair Dick, GroundSure
Jane Freeman
Matthew Flook,
University of Southampton
James Goodship, BAE Systems Surface Ships
Donna Gordon, Parker Hannifin – Manufacturing
Lee Grazier, Parker Chelsea
Hannah Greenaway, Telefonica UK
Ben Hanson, EDF Energy
Joshua Harmer-Woodage, SPIE UK
Candice Homewood, Greengage Environmental LLP
Kamel Hussein, Weatherford Oil Tool ME
Firas Khadra, Drake and Scull International
Brian King
Jeniffer Lopez,
Office and General Group
Hyder Maser, Rumaila Operation Organisation
Shane McMeel, Mott MacDonald
Andrew McMillan, Land Engineering
Tom Monahan, Parker – Autoclave Engineers
Philip Mullan, Aspire Defence Services
Michael Nicholls, LRQA
Stephanie Pieri
Rolana Rashwan
Shaun Piper,
Parker Hannifin
Thomas Ross
Ian Russell,
Civil Aviation Authority
Eleanor Shaw, Groundwork Pennine Lancashire
Helen Slinger, PwC
Andrew Southwood
Paul Sutton,
Parker Chelsea
Diana Vasileva, KV Holding
David William, University of South Wales
Paul Williamson, Parker Hannifin – Manufacturing
Andy Wood, Capital Solutions
Craig Wood, Environment Agency
Tony Woodward, Parker Hannifin – Manufacturing

Full

Jackie Buckwell, Office Depot UK
Edward Crowley, WSP Middle East
Christina Downend, Johnson Matthey
Ceri Riley, Environment Agency (NEAS)

Full and CEnv

Christopher Chadwick, Dow Corning
Lloyd Clark, Xodus
Giles Davis, Atomic Weapons Establishment
Claire Duffy, SP Energy Networks
Jane Hornsby, Atkins
Amanda King, Decc
Daniel Oladejo, Sustainable Places – Anglian Northern Area
Emma Perry, MGWSP Northamptonshire Highways
Theresa Redding, Royal HaskoningDHV
Elizabeth Sargent, Atkins
Robert Slatcher, Temple Group
Katherine Stott, Technip Norge AS
Neil Tipton, Siemens
Stephen Mooring, Central Bedfordshire Council
Anthony Udueni, Environment Agency

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

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