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IEMA congratulates those individuals who have successfully upgraded their membership
Isabel Clark, Peterborough City Council
Callum Donnelly, Groundwork
Jane Huxtable, Jacobs Engineering UK
Susan MacBain, NEO Consultants
Catriona MacLachlan, VG Energy
Erin McMurtry, University of Southampton
Rachael Adams, Ministry of Defence
Peter Barnes, Rolls-Royce
Elizabeth West, Atkins
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Albert De Jong, Shell Global Solutions
David Fisher, Sepa
Scott Johnson, Jacobs Engineering
Simone Medonos, MWH
Warren Percival, RSK Group
Stephanie McGibbon, Ove Arup
Upgrading your membership is important in ensuring you gain the professional recognition you deserve, and can help you to secure the job you want and, potentially, a higher salary. Learn more about how to progress your membership at iema.net or by calling +44 (0)1522 540069.
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