More successful IEMA members

9th February 2015


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Sarah McClelland

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

Paul Andrews

Harrison Barrett, Miller Argent

Michelangelo Bovi, Eco Age

Mark Bradbury, Heatric

Michael Byrne, Balfour Beatty Group

Gordon Campbell, Royal Haskoning UK

Laurence Copleston, URS

Gareth Davies

Richard Deaville, Ecoteric

Gurjeet Dhillon, Associated British Foods

Niamh Duggan, Argyll Environmental

Russell Fleetwood, London Underground

Sareh Forouzesh, Eco Age

Jennifer Godwin, Royal Haskoning DHV

Brian Goodacre, Harry Fairclough Construction

Jake Goodman

Alan Grimshaw

Stephen Hall, E.ON UK

Toby Hart, United Environmental Services

Michelle Hayward, Accuro Fm

Roy Hull, Lagan Construction

Rowen Li, EDF Trading Gas Storage

Rob Lomer

Brett Mann, Power Electrics

Patrick McCurdie, Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute

Calum McFadyen, Shell UK

Darren Meehan, Jaguar Land Rover

Michael Moore, Briggs Environmental Services

Peace Nkechinyerem Okafor

Stephanie Parker-Stephenson

Sara Rodriguez, Caterpillar UK

Janet Sampson, NHS Wales

David Smith, Wales and West Utilities

Heather Stevenson, Warburtons

Chris Tutton, GKN Aerospace

Robert Usher, Taziker Industrial

Alex Veitch, Rail Delivery Group

Elizabeth Wilkinson, Siemens

Ashleigh Williams

Catherine Williams, Environment Agency

David Williams, Magnox

Rebecca Woodhouse, The Sandwich Factory

Karina Zachodni, KLZ Consultants

Full and Chartered environmentalist

Louise Bland, SRK Consulting

Cathal Brodie, Clare County Council

Dean Drobot, University of Strathclyde

Matthew Goldberg, Clancy Docwra

Paul McGimpsey, URS

Waleed Montasser, University of Northampton

Christopher O’Brien, Tata Steel Strip Products UK

Emily Pitts, Greenerfourlife

Penny Roberts, Environment Agency

Ricky Taylor, EM Highway Services

Polly Turton

Therese Vogt, Connect3

Upgrading your membership is key to you gaining professional recognition, helping you secure the job you want and even a higher salary. Learn more at iema.net/membership-upgrade or call+44 (0)1522 540069.


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