Successful IEMA members in 2012

7th December 2012


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IEMA passes on its congratulations to the following individuals on successfully upgrading their membership during 2012

Associate

Oghenerurie Aghri, Coventry University
Emily Agus, Parsons Brinckerhoff
Sean Antonie, Gulf Precast Concrete
Boniface Azeh, Oxford City Council
John Bacon, GroundSure
Kiran Bandaru, Branston
Adetayo Bankole, Environment Agency
Chris Banks, C B Environmental Services
John Barnes
Petra Batterbee,
Intersurgical
Leslie Berger, Houghton Associates
David Bexon, Kuhri Sports
Abigail Brady
Abigail Brown,
Ironside Farrar
Duncan Brown, CKD Gilbraith
Laura Brown, Seddon Property Services
Russell Brown
Katie Bruton,
Worcestershire County Council
Steven Burgess, University of Southampton
Mark Burke, The Lettuce Company
Leonardo Camelo, Kings College London
James Campbell, Wind Prospect Group
Rory Carmichael, Wind Prospect Group
David Carter, East Coast Mainline
Ashley Carton

Nicholas Cary-Brown, Masdar-Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company
Bernadette Cass, Cass and Sons
Mathew Chard
Colin Clarke,
Ministry of Defence, Navy
William Cochrane, Luddon Construction
Lee Collier, Linklaters
Nigel Cooper, Gemini Riteway Scaffolding
Stella Consonni, Valpak
Matthew Coppenhall, EDF Trading Gas Storage
Daniel Cox, Resource and Environmental Consultants
Emma Craig, Ernst & Young
Richard Crocker, St George
Amy Dartington, Bath and North East Somerset Council
Keith Davie, Environment Agency (NEAS)
Philip Davies, Vinci
Petula Davis, Stroud District Council
Sandeep Dhesi, Valpak
Andrea Dudas, Ernst & Young
Jayne Dunn, Hasdam
Omua Edeki

Ebele Efobi, National Express Group
Wendy Ellis, ClearGold Consulting
Mohamed El Shazly, Balfour Beatty Group
Anna England, EDF Energy
Sandra Ezeani, University of Leeds
Daniel Farrell, Siemens
Emma Fegan, Tullow Oil
Kirsty Flynn, Jacobs Engineering UK
Christabel Fombang
Emma Fromant,
ARUP
Po Yin Fung, University of Southampton
Darren Fyles, Worcestershire County Council
Steven Gilder, Rhead Group
John Gillard, Cunningham Lindsey
Patricia Gimenez Marti, ERM
Stephen Glenny, Temple Group
Katie Goldsmith, Groundwork Yorkshire and Humber
Deirdre Gorman, Grontmij
Michael Gough, Royal HaskoningDHV
Adam Grant, GroundSure
Annabel Gray, PA Consulting Group
Jessica Greatrex, Ernst & Young
Matthew Green, Tulip
Miriam Grossmanova, London School of Economics and Political Science
James Harbidge, East Coast Mainline
Alexander Hardwick, PE International
Rebecca Harris, Network Rail
Jake Hawkey, Argyll Enviromental
Phillip Hill, Groundwork Oldham and Rochdale
Nancy Hobhouse, Barclays Bank
Alison Holme, Strateco
William Hoole
Simon Howard,
REC
Alexander Hughes, Oxford Brooks University
Nnaemeka Iloani, Environment Agency (NEAS)
Ofure Ngozi Isenmila, University of Strathclyde
Kelly Jaggard, Argyll Environmental
Paul Jarvis, Utility Partnership
Alberto Jaume, Nottinghamshire NHS Trust
Stephen John-Ferrington, Stobart Rail
Gareth Jones, Groundwork Wales
Katarina Jones, Carbon Clear
Nihal Karagoz, RSK
Stephen Kavanagh, Lancaster University
Malcolm Kerr, Letslivegreen
James Kirkwood, Coleg Menai
Martin Klabou, King George V College
George Lartey-Young, University of Salford
Angus Laurie, Nexen Petroleum
Lucinda Lay, Aggregate Industries
Julian Leary, Ministry of Defence, Airforce
Rui Lee, ERM
Sunmi Lee, Merton Chamber of Commerce
Sian Lloyd, DHL Supply Chain
Sarah Mann, Valpak
Andrew Manson, I and H Brown
Timothy Magill, Fishers Services
Zorica Marinovic

Angela Maxwell, Marshalls
Edward Maxwell, Marchwood Power
Ciaran McAleer, Balfour Beatty Group
Sarah McCarrick, BRE Global
John McGiffen, Insight Safety Solutions
Brian McMeekin, Waste Recycling Group
Una McPherson, Franklin Templeton Investments
Graeme Miles

Otuawe Moro, Imperial College
Hani Nahawi, RSK Environment
Mark Newbold, WSP Environmental
Iriagbonse Obayuwana, University of Manchester
Ogechukwu Obidi, University of Sunderland
Ituna Okusanya

Tania Palk, Kings College Hospital
Stephanie Palmer, RPS Energy
Richard Parkhouse, Really Green Credentials
Barry Paschali, Paschali Greener Working Solutions
Andrew Pearson, Reigate & Banstead Borough Council
Roberto Peralta, LCC Support Services
Catherine Queen, The Environment Partnership
M S Radhika, Gulf Precast Concrete
Cristina Raventos, Carbon Clear
Theresa Redding, Royal HaskoningDHV
Matthew Redgrove

Joshua Remi, Valpak
Wei Ren, Oxford Brookes University
Danielle Riley, GroundSure
Penny Roberts, Environment Agency
Nicola Robinson, Sellafield
Oliver Rosevear, Costa Coffee
Nawzet Rouf, Repsol YPF
Barry Ryan, J Murphy & Sons
Mark Saunders, United Sustainable Energy Agency
Robert Sellen, Hampshire County Council
Neil Sephton, Groundwork
Daniel Shepherd, BHR Hospitals
Catherine Shiers, GroundSure
David Smith, Environ UK
Richard Sobey
Nicholas Spellissy,
Balfour Beatty Mott MacDonald
Alison Stanton, Argyll Environmental
Anna Starbuck, RPS Group
Stavros Stavrikkos
Matthew Stephenson,
Cable & Wireless
James Summers
Alexander Sutton
Duncan Taylor
, Muirden Energy
Mark Taylor, Argyll Environmental
Mudzunga Thangavhuelelo-Lucas, University of Strathclyde
Jason Thomas, Tulip
Stephanie Towers, Resource and Environmental Consultants
Alexandra Turner, Environ
Emmanuel Udo Ndubuka
Pavelas Venediktovas,
Sheffield Hallam University
Carl Waddington, East Coast Mainline
Lisa Walls, Xodus Group
Colin Wardle, Resource and Environmental Consultants
Erica Ward, Temple Group
Christine Weileder, Amec Asset Support
Martin Welburn, First Quality Solutions
Megan Welch, Canon UK
Carys White, Valpak
Duncan White, RSK Group
Anastasia Whitelegg, Viridor
Terry Wilcock, Premier Technical Services Group
Philip Williamson, Royal HaskoningDHV
Rebecca Wood, Ron Smith Recycling
Marcus Wright, Resource and Environmental Consultants
Fuchao Xu, University of Algarve
Rehan Yunus, Raven Housing Trust
Akbar Ziauddin, Akbar HSE Training and Consultancy Services
Robert Zvikonyaukwa Elijah, STAA

Chartered environmentalist

Kathryn Archer, Airbus

Dual

Johannes Beneke, Network Rail
Kirsty Greggs, British Gypsum
Stephen Isaac, Halcrow Group
Richard Robinson, Amec
Huda Shaka, Arup
Ruth Thomas, ENFUSION
Orlando Venn, Treweek Environmental Consultants
Upgrading your membership is important in ensuring you gain the professional recognition you deserve, it can help you secure the job you want and achieve a higher salary.

To progress your membership, visit the IEMA website or call IEMA on +44 (0)1522 540069 to discuss your options with a professional development adviser.

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