This month's successful members

10th June 2013

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IEMA would like to congratulate the following individuals on successfully upgrading their membership:


Rick Ansell
Lynsey Armour
Monica Baltes
Katie Barlow
Natascha Boender
Natalie Bonser
Joanna Borzuchowska
Christopher Burson
Alasdair Campbell
Damien Canning
Jamie Clews
Lee Cowlbeck
Darren Cumming
Adrian Daniels
Carl Darrington
Julia Davies
Michael Day
Saskia Dekoning
Pam Doll
James Dybell
Nicole Feakes
Kerstie Flanagan
Jackie Franklin
Darren Garnon
Anna Gatsou
Andrew Grant
Abigail Green
Kevin Hall
Stuart Harley
David Harris
Wendy Hogben
Scott Hughes
Paul James
Simarjeet Kaur
Agnieszka Krejner
Paul McArthur
Ben Morley
Chris O’Dwyer
Charles Osbourne
Heather Patrick
Sam Purcell
Yudviraj Sajadah
Shellington Sibanda
David Slade
Daniel Struthers
Milena Todorova
Katerina Tsangari
Sally Warren
Kerry Whyte
Martin Simon Wittekind
Kevin Wonham


Adebanji Adekoya, Shell Nigeria
Douglas McMillan, Biologic
Andrea Taylor, Xodus Group

Full and CEnv

Yetunde Abdul, Building Research Establishment
Paul Adderely, Sustainable Opportunity Solutions
Jerome Baddley, Nottingham Energy Partnership
Melanie Reid, Mott Macdonald
Thomas Rogers
Peter Whipp
Robert White, White Peak Planning


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