More successful IEMA members

11th November 2013


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IEMA would like to congratulate the following individuals on successfully upgrading their membership:

Associate (online entry exam)

Farhan Ali, Adnec
Joe Ayoubkhani, WSP
Adriaan Bekker, BCM Construction
Charlotte Breen, Grosvenor
Chris Brock, Tunbridge Wells Borough Council
Thomas Caldicott, Credit 360
Jonathan Campbell-Copp, WPD Scotland
Paul Carson
Helen Costin
Michael Davey
Sarah Digby
, University College Birmingham
Steve Downey, National Savings and Investments
Alan Erickson, Premier Oil
Giuliano Gianforte, Tunbridge Wells Borough Council
Aamir Rasool Ghulam, Al Ghurair Arjaan and Rayhaan
Nasir Hamid, Reel Middle East
Mark Harrison, Cargill
William Heffron
Paul Howrihane,
Beran Instruments
Ogonnaya Iroakasi, Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria
Adrian Laney, MOD
Ben Lewis
Naoko Wakiwaka,
Greengage Environmental LLP

Full

Sam Jones, Associated British Foods
Kevin McAughrey
Graciela Melitsko,
Reading Borough Council
Christopher Shaw, Environ UK
Cheryl White
William Yonge,
Olive Consultanct

Full and CEnv

Rosemary Atuah, Mouchel
Elizabeth Batchelor, Land Securities
Adriaan Bekker, BCM Construction
Dominic Freestone, Environment Agency
Daniel Bicknell, Environment Agency
Gavin Harrison, Deloitte LLP
Mathew Jackson, Environment Agency
Evelina Maier, Balfour Beatty Civil Engineering
Jae Mather, Carbonfree Group
David Pratt, Marine Scotland
Andrew Pritchard, Gloucestershire County Council
Joanne Rock, Willmott Dixon Construction
Will Schreiber, Best Foot Forward
Gayathiri Gowri Shankar, Kellogg, Brown and Root
Rachel Waggett, Warrington Borough Council
Emma Ward, McNicholas
Matthew Wayman, TRL
Linda Wilkinson, Interserve Construction
Zoe Williams, Lafarge Tarmac Cement and Lime

Upgrading your membership is key to you gaining the professional recognition you deserve, it can help you secure the job you want and may even help you achieve a higher salary.

If this has inspired you to progress your membership, then visit iema.net/upgrading-your-membership for more information.

Alternatively call +44(0)1522 540069 to discuss your options with an IEMA professional development advisor.

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