More successful IEMA members

15th January 2015


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John Scott

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

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

Associate

Abdullah Al-Ghonaim

Alexis Alia, Voith Industrial Services

Chris Barnes, PPG Industries

Danny Berridge, Wilkinson Distribution Centre

Melinda Bhartti

Paul Billington, Electric Motive Services International

Blair Birrell

Jason Booth

Ian Bould

Ronald Boyd, Shell

Georgina Brooks

Matthew Bullock

Kevin Cameron, Bristol and Bath Science Park

Lee Cartwright

James Caithness

Sarah Clifford

Richard Coles

Ana Conde De Vega

Chris Cotterill

Tim Champney

Norman Crankshaw, Hemsley Fraser Group

Lee Dargue, Invotec Circuits Tamworth

Tucker Diego

Neil Donaldson

Sarah Dowling, Edrington Distillers

Paul Edmonds

Graham Evans

Christian Everitt

Josephine Fitzgibbon, Crest Nicholson

Aoibhin Flanagan

Tim Forman

Bryony Fowler

Harry Fraser, Colas

Peter Furlong

Steven Goddard

Naoise Glover, Colas Rail UK

Mark Greenway, Moog Controls

David Hall

Thomas Hart, Tata Steel

James Hartley

Scott Harvey

Emily Hawkings

Douglas Haynes

Chris Heybourne

Seamus Higgins, Carbon Credentials Energy Services

Joanne Higginson, Santia Consulting

Lauren Hodgson, International Tubular Services

David Holden, Northern Insulation Contractors LLP

Mike Hooper, Gariff Construction

Sally Ann Horridge-Smith

Emma Houston

Stephen Hunter

Abdullah Hurmat, Abade/Usaid

Christopher Jackson

Rob James

Diana Kelly

Claire Jenkins, Urenco

Elizabeth Jenks, Transport for London

Dave Jones

Joanna Jones, Harkland Group

Kylie Jones, HS2

Lina Kerpauskaite

Aysha Khan, Britvic Soft Drinks

David King

Jamie-Ross Landeg

Peter Lewis

Stephen Lloyd

Cheryl Lockyer

Richard Lowrie

Kath Mackinnon

Maybeth McMillan, Gates Power Transmission

Jillian McRury

Jonathan Merrills, Highways Agency

Bernadette Middleton, Arup

Asha Mistry

Paul Nixon, Ofgem

Ashley O’Toole

Alan Page

Nick Pilcher, Frankham Consultancy Group

Jill Platten, H J Banks & Co

Rasha Saffarini, Ramboll Middle East

Sarah Saha, Jumeirah

Rebecca Sanderson, VSD

Neil Schofield, Tata Steel

Jack Scott, EC Harris

Trevor Senior

Molly Smith

Vince Smith

Antony Snowden, MoD

Kimberley Ellis Stephenson

Steven Stroud

Charles Reed, NSK Europe

Andrew Rippington

Keith Robertson

Steve Rogers

Trevor Roots, Britannia Refined Metals

David Rushton, Man Diesel & Turbo UK

Andrew Thompson

Sushil Thyagarajan, Unilever UK

Rachel Tsourous, Airbus

Daniel Traynor

Alice Turner

Laura Vickery, Jaguar Land Rover

David Wadsworth

Tom Watmough

Tracey Watson, Amey

Caroline Ward

Louise Webster

Janette Wilkinson, Federal-Mogul Motorparts

Phil Wilkinson, Federal-Mogul Vehicle Component

Katherine Williams

Robert Woollen, DHL Express (UK)

Jane Wright, Olive Tree Cottage

Zoe Young

Full and Chartered environmentalist

Simon Chubb, Anglia Ruskin University

Rachel Decelis, En-Sure

Rachel Evans, G&E

Rebecca Hart

Richard Sobey, URS

Caroline Toplis, URS

Julian Whittle, Laing O’Rourke

Lorraine Young, Network Rail

Chartered environmentalist

Karen Beckwith,

British Nuclear Group

Fellow

Jae Mather, HW Fisher

Upgrading your membership is key to you gaining professional recognition. Learn more at iema.net/membership-upgrade or call +44 (0)1522 540069.


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