More successful IEMA members

15th January 2016


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

Associate

Kathryn Adams, Ecodyn

Lidia Aleksinska, Aqualogy UK

Raphael Eduk Antai, Inter-Environments

Asuquo Etim Asuquo, Ecobank Nigeria

Katie Atherton,

John Robson

Tom Atterton

Lotte Aweimrin, ARM

Mark Barker, Kramba Associates

Brian Barrett, Ferrovial Agroman UK

Chloe Batchelor, The ACC Liverpool Group

Nigel Belton, GKN Aerospace

Jill Bennett, Northern Lighthouse Board

John Bilham, E2V Technologies

Andrew Black, KnowledgePool Group

Alexandra Brennan, NuGeneration

Denise Ann Buhagiar Bartolo

Rosie Bullers, Byrne Bros

Philip Burke, Knauf Insulation Group

David Cain, Interserve

Stephanie Campbell, Dounreay Site Restoration

Stuart Cochrane, SC Consulting

Kerryann Costello, Baker Hughes

Stewart Crook, E2V Technologies

Robert Davies, Arcadis Consulting (UK)

Kathryn Ebrey, Arcus Holdings

Raymond Ekins, Carillion

John Ferrett, Carillion

Mark Fisher, Carillion Services

John Flint, Carillion

Jenny Forester, Saica Pack UK

Stephen Fowler, Babcock International Group

David Galloway, Registers of Scotland

Sarah Gilbert, Oxfordshire County Council

Philip Gittings, Versalis UK

Fanyeofori David Hart, Cromwell Technologies

Audrey Heywood, Alpha Group

Muhammad Imam

Ekene Iyebor, BGI Resources

Martins Munachi Izuogu, MENA Water FZC

Paul Johnson, Shoreham Port Authority

Martin Jones, Albis UK

David Keir, ABP Food Group

Andrew King

David Knight, Thames Water

Nicola Learmond

Azubuike Madubuezi

Nnamdi Menkiti

Ian Mincher, Aga Rangemaster

Iain Murison, A Virosa

Paul Nicholas, Costain

Mercy Nworah, Tricontinental

Natasha Oakley, Rigby Group

Uchenna Odoemena, Nigerian Ports Authority

June O’Hagan, Volker Wessels

Phil O’Neill, MyFresh

Sudha Nakka Papisetty, Al Hosn Gas

Amber-Marie Pearce

Manner Pepple

Lynn-Marie Pooley, EY

Louise Portelly

David Prentice, Carillion

Susan Raine, Wardell Armstrong

Vincent Rhodes, Interserve

Hollie Ridley, J Murphy and Sons

Patryk Rucki, Prysmian Cables and Systems

Dan Ryder, GB Railfreight

Louise Sampson, Thames Water

Nadia Santos

Neil Selling, Carillion

Emma Sheward, Thames Water

Philip Simpson, Barclays Bank

Fiona Spelllissy, ESB Group

Richard Stow, Weedfree

Tom Taylor

Richard Thurston, MOD

Lee Townsend, Siniat

Liam Tucker, Suttle Projects

Chinyelu Udeze, Nestoil

Ikoro Udonna, Rivers State University of Science & Technology

Phil Vale, Mondelez International

Ellie Walshe, Costain

Laurie Winter, Natural Power Consultants

Full and Chartered environmentalist

Harshit Agrawal, Shell Eastern Petroleum Pte

Elizabeth Allen, Veolia Water

Katie Barlow, RSK Group

Annamarie Compton, Network Rail

Neil Earnshaw, Network Rail

Zebrina Hanly, Taylor Woodrow

Ruth Henderson, Royal HaskoningDHV

Laura Mayhew-Manchón, Skanska UK

Jason McGray, TNEI

Rachel Mills, GKN Aerospace Filton

Tolu Omideyi, EEF

Tania Palk, ISS UK

Anne Richter, William Hare

Georgina Stickels, United Nations World Food Programme

Nathan Vear, KAPAKITI

Fellow

Bekir Andrews,

Balfour Beatty Group

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 iema.net or call IEMA on +44 (0)1522 540069 to discuss your options with an adviser.

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