More successful IEMA members
IEMA congratulates the following individuals on upgrading their IEMA membership or achieving principal environmental auditor (PEA) status.
- Claire Candelier
- Michael Clarke, NHS
- Douglas Cross, Elekta
- Rachael Everard
- Adam Gent, Sustainable Commercial
- Kimberley Greed, Workplace Law Environmental
- Stephanie Griggs-Trevarthen, Hyder Consulting
- Colin Houston, Institution of Environmental Sciences
- Lucy Palmer, Environment Agency
- Oliver Pye, Arup
- Sarah Robertson
- Joshua Stroud
- Greig Blayney, Dumfries and Galloway Council
- Caroline Cochrane, Aggregate Industries UK
- Graham Hutchinson, Fluor
- Joanne Powis, TfL
- Roddy Yarr, University of St Andrews
- Nicholas Gill, MWH
- Keith Goss, Olympus KeyMed
- Kevin Herman, WSP Environmental
- Katie McFloyd, Balfour Beatty
- Andrew Oswald,
- St Edmundsbury Council
- Martin Page, Clear Channel
- Rachel Rae, Eli Lilly & Co
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