Successful IEMA Members in 2011

16th January 2012

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Following a year of exceptional upgrades in membership, IEMA would like to congratulate those individuals that have moved onwards and upwards during 2011.

IEMA’s membership ladder and the environmental skills map allows environment practitioners to map, demonstrate and verify their professional capabilities and experience to employers, clients and recruitment organisations.

The people listed here have all made efforts to gain a competitive edge so if you feel inspired to follow suit and make 2012 the year when you move to Full membership or becoming a Chartered environmentalist, visit the IEMA website to explore your options. Alternatively, call 01522 540069 to speak to an adviser.


John Barraclough, Anthony Bishop, Maxwell Burrell, Tim Burrows, Nigel Chalmers, Ben Coombes, Joanne Dodworth, Jonathan Dosser, Peter Dixon, Robert Duncan, Joseph Ellis, Thomas Fischer, Dave Fitzgerald, David Forbes, Karl Fuller, Peter Gardner, Kieran Gayler, Amy Gray, Beth Gregory, Jenny Grinter, Zaur Hasanov, Justin Haves, Tom Head, Ian Hill, Katherine Illingworth, Dianne Jarvis, Alexandra Jones, Peter Jones, Melanie Kenny, Sarah Kingdom, Steven Lamb, Mark Lovett, Aradhana Mehra, Ellis Mckinnon, Thomas Newholm, Emma Nicholson, Mark Norman, Harry Parker, Ian Pennington, Nicholas Pincombe, Emma Pye, Paola Reason, Paul Reynolds, Jamie Roddie, Sarah Rose, Nicholas Ruscombe-King, Stephen Saville, Paul Seaby, Carolita Smith, Nicola Solly, Adam Stewart, Gabriella Stewart, Lorna Stork, Sarah Swan, William Syddall, Oliver Sykes, Caroline Thomson, Andrew Townsend, Ben Wallace, Simon White, Shaun Wilson.


Nick Berry, Andrew Blake, Christopher Boak, Peter Broomhead, Sarah Bunting, David Bunyan, Alastair Chapman, Kevin Cleary, Sharon Cornick, Adrian Dawes, Philip Delaney, Inga Doak, Deborah Dunsford, Anthony Ellis, Douglas Eltham, Lucinda Farrington, Jane Ferguson, Reece Fowler, Amanda Gore, Joe Hague, Jody Harris, Mark Hedges, Kirsten Holman, Peter Jones, Joan Ko, Maria Kolodnytska, Gavin Landeg, Laura Lane, Jackie Lavender, Matthew Locke, Robert Little, Geoffrey Massey, Bakia Mbianyor, Martha McBarron, James McIntyre, David McKenna, Bridget McNulty, Angus Middleton, Rebecca Mooney, Bruce Munro, Jenni Murphy, Timothy Neal, Daniel O’Kelly, Hema Patel, Carol Peirce, Kirsty Platt, James Pomeroy, Sarah Pratt, Andrew Reay, Stephen Ricks, Alison Rothnie, Anuj Saush, Vicky Schlottmann, Helen Seagrave, Philip Shaw, Joanna Simpson, Lucy Swan, Fiona Syme, Thomas Sek Khuen Tang, Amy Tharakan, Delyth Toghil, Gabrielle Torkington, Thomas Wells, Sarah White.

Chartered environmentalist

Steven Garcia, Matthew Lee.


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