Successful IEMA members - June

1st June 2015


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

Stephanie Abbott

Stephen Agugua

Liga Apsite, Vauxhall Luton

Bolaji Babutunde, University of Port Harcourt

Ross Baird

Lisa Barley, Magnox

Finlay Bennet, Marine Scotland

Chris Bowles, The Garden Centre Group

Dominique Brown

Jacqueline Burkinshaw, Arriva Bus UK

Julian Burton, Wallop Defence Systems

David Carney, Arriva – The Shires

Peter Cooper, Arriva London

Arinze Chukwu, Tidal Flow Nigeria

Christine Dargon, Arriva Bus UK

Dean Davies, Olive Group

Richard Deakin, Tata Steel

Amar El Awad, Green Energy & Environmental Services

Julia Emburey, Syngenta

Emma England, QinetiQ

Mfon Essien, Nestoil

Glenn Evans

Olumide Fasanmi, TSL Logistics

Petya Georgieva

Nicole Grenier, VolkerStevin

Jennifer Gowers, Environment Agency

Peter Hayes, Scottish government

Nicole Holland

Aren Houghton, Energy Power Resources

Luke Jones

Michail Karatzas

Stephanie Keay, Skanska UK

Eleanor Kiff, Network Rail

Ian Kingston, MoD

Bethany Kington, Enzygo

Jose Lafragueta, Scottish Power

Joe Langham, Syngenta

Stephen Law, Arriva Transport Solutions

Alan Lewis, Mondelez Confectionary UK

Jade Littlewood, Shell UK

Jamie Lynch, HOW Planning

Laura MacDougall, DSRL

Lisa McAllister, Lockheed Martin UK

Liam McCarroll, Innovation Group

Emily McCombe, North Star Shipping

Douglas McGlade, Morris and Spottiswood

Orla McManus

Sonia Naran, Brite Green

Craig Nimmo, Scottish Woodlands

Jessica Norfolk, Doosan Babcock

Dumka Nulog, Aecogreen International

Marielle Pantin

Peter Parkin, Olive Group

Claire Parsons, EM Highway Services

Jennifer Pearson, RWE Solutions UK

Louise Percy, Positive About Business

Glen Peters, Stannah Group

Simon Pole, University of Northampton

Peter Roberts, Mahle Filter Systems

Edward Rogers, Arriva North West and Wales

Joshua Rothbard

Peter Sewell, Saga Group

Steve Smith, Polypipe Building Products

Simon Steele, Princes Group

Rene Stent, Magnox

Jonathan Storey, SSE

Michael Thakoordin, Ford Motor Co

David Tolley, ISS Integrated Solutions

Krasimira Traykova

David Walsh, Arcelor Mittal Tailored Blanks

Charlotte Watters, GroundSure

Lauren Webb, BioProduct Laboratory

David Wilson, Dairy Crest

Stephen Wolf, Coal Authority

Stuart Wollaston, Laing O’Rourke

Nenibarini Zabbey, University of Port Harcourt

Araceli Zorrilla-Quinza, Swarovski UK

Full and Chartered environmentalist

Edward Bergin, Atkins

Bronwen Chinien, Surrey County Council

Jamila El Mir, Arup

Donna Green, Turner Estate Solutions

Alexandra Hammond, Essentia, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

Nicholas Hunter, Atkins

Daniel Johnston, Jacobs Engineering UK

Sean McPike, Eli Lily and Company

Colin Moorcroft, Skanska UK

Giovanni Nacci, Transport for London

Richard Naylor, Heineken UK

Paul Owen, The Co-operative Group

Lorna Stork, Knauf Drywall

Alan Sweeting, BMI Healthcare

Michael Taylor, Santia Consulting

Arjun Thirunavukarasu, BAM Nuttall

Breana Wheeler

Michael Whitehead, Crossrail

Chartered environmentalist

Paul Harrison, TNEI

Lisa Palframan, Homes and Communities Agency

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