More successful IEMA members
IEMA would like to congratulate the following individuals on recently upgrading their membership as part of their ongoing commitment to learning and professional development.
Ian Adams, SNCO Ops
Peter Allman, National Grid
Amad Dawo Aboaleed Anfees, Peterborough Regional College
Andrew Bates, National Grid
Anwen Bickers, Environment Agency
Melanie Blanchard, RG Carter Technical Services
Justin Chapman, National Grid
Chris Cole, Wagg Foods
Jack Collins, Golder Associates
Sarah Cressy, Environ UK
Mohamed Khalid, Babekir Elbadawy
Eleanor Fenton, Canary Wharf Management
James Holland, Studsvik UK
Graham Horrocks, National Grid
Marie Le Page, Climate Care
Seamus McEvoy, SEH
Sophie Morrell, EDF Energy
Daniel Mullick, ACCON UK
Konstantina Olimpieva, Xchanging
Clare Richmond, WSP UK
Lee Riley-Thompson, Environment Agency
Nichola Robinson, National Grid
Dawn Rodgers, Manx Electricity Authority
Margarita Stubley, National Grid
Sophie Thompson, Haskoning UK
David Waite, National Grid
Lee Wallace, Ove Arup and Partners
Tim Wearne, De La Rue
Full and Chartered environmentalist
Salma Bin Breik, GHD
Francis Binney, RBC Wealth Management
Stuart Clayton, WSP UK
Alexander Coulter, Ecosys Environmental Management and Education
Marcela de Leon Perez, Mott MacDonald
Martin Doherty, Dublin Airport Authority
Laura Dugdale, WSP UK
Richard Grimwood, Frazer Nash Consultancy
Victoria Lownes, Deloitte LLP
Simon Mussett, Sodexo
Jonathan Steele, Fish World
Jo Stott, JCB
Georgina Taylor, Waste and Resources Action Programme
Lucy Wood, Barton Willmore Partnership
Kim-Marie Clothier, Wardell Armstrong
Ruth Frith, Enterprise Mouchel
Colin Parry, Diageo
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 or call
+44 (0)1522 540069.
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