More successful IEMA members

10th September 2014

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


Jennifer Angus, Magnox

Chris Atkins, Great Bear Distribution

Fiona Barker, Norland Managed Services

Entela Bejleraj, Bankers Petroleum

Timothy Blatchford, Royal Navy

Ian Blondel, First Great Western

Daniel Bound, Environmental Scientifics Group

Ryan Brettell

Graham Cameron, Jones Lang LaSalle

Stephen Carbery, Lovell Partnerships

Agnieszka Chuchla, Milliken Industrials

Jason Clarke, City University

Robert Cole, Siemens

Lucy Collins, University of York

Rowena Dossett, Dematic

Emilia Endsminger-Matchett, Office Depot

Stephanie Farrugia, Malta Environment and Planning Authority

Helen Finnegan

Alice Flint, Lovell Partnerships

Sophie Gallagher, Magnox

Andrew Grant, AG Barr

Rosemary Grant-Muller, SPS Envirowall

Paul Harris, UPL

Leila Henry, Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service

Dawn Hubbard, AFI Uplift

Martin Jones

Robert Jones, Babcock International Group

Derek Kay, Lovell Partnerships

Anthony Kenna, Costain

Thomas King, Magnox Electric

Kathryn Mair, Envirep

Adam McMonagle, Prestwick Airport

Krishnen Mootien, O-I Manufacturing UK

Ian O’Connor, Pilon

Kevin O’Connor, Bridon International

Rosalinda O’Connor, Parker Hannifin Manufacturing

Michael Parker, Sulzer Wood UK

Jonathan Parkin

Mark Pollard, Ian Williams

David Prentice, Cumbria Rural Enterprise Agency

Adam Rothera, Carmel Campbell

Emma Roy

Janene Ryan, Rachel’s Organic Dairy

Mohamed Samy

Feila Scally, Skanska UK

Richard Smith, BBC

Jill Stephenson, Network Rail

Ian Straker

Manuel Vitoria Torres de Carvalho

Jayesh Vekaria, Arcus Renewable Energy Consulting

David Walford, Unipart Group

Laura White, TCI Renewables

Tom Williams


Chitradarsinee Beekoo, Omnicane Management and Consultancy

Ravindra Nath Bhargava, Ecomen Consultants Pvt

Full and CEnv

Amy Hammond, Lantern UK

Nicola Paterson, DS Smith Paper

Laura Phillips, BAE Systems Surface Ships

Daniel Reading, Royal Yachting Association

Simon Reid, Wrap

Rachel Shore, Inbuilt

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