Latest member upgrades Oct 2018

Associate (AIEMA)

Daren Bartram, Employer, Achilles Information 

David Standley

Dawn Dawson, Milliken and Company 

Dee Simon, Mars (UK)  

Eman Al-Naqbi, Ministry of Education 

Emma Twell, Bespak Europe 

Fatima Al-Neaimi, Ministry of Defence 

Federico De Gobbi, Wessex Water 

Gary Taylor  

Gayle Barclay  

Glen Hull, GH Safety Services 

Graeme Cram, Great Western Railway 

Graham Livesey  

Graham Rolinson  

Halima Al Jasmi, Employer, Ministry of Education 

Hui Yang, Mace Macro

Humaid Al Yammahi, Ministry of Education 

Ian Thompson, Milliken and Company 

Ingrid Kociscakova, Bighams 

Ioana Ghiata, BOK Construction 

James Hyde, IEMA 

Janette Lee, Highwire 

Jessica Cruickshank, Walkers Shortbread 

Jessica Lobo, SOAS, University of London 

Joanna Thomas  

John Bowden, Barratt Developments 

John Custance, Rydon 

John Donnelly, Kirby Group 

Jonathan Barry, British Sugar 

Jonathan Cowan  

Jonathan Hogarth, System Building Services 

Julian Purr, Cooper Roller Bearings Co 

Justine Lewis, Southern Water 

Katie Harrington, WSP Global 

Kevin Bayley, Govia Thameslink Railway 

Kyle Baldwin  

Laura Boland, Argon Engineering 

Lauren Murphy, Farrans Construction 

Lee Thomas, Newsprinters 

Leighton O’Connor, Emico 

Lin Sargent  

Linda Stephen, TRAC 

Lisa Kavanagh, Cousins Group 

Luke Rea, Farrans Construction 

Mandy Malt, IEMA 

Mark Lowe, Viridor 

Martin Daniels, Imtech Process 

Marwah Alblooshi, Ministry of Education 

Matt Molyneux, Briggs Equipment (UK) 

Matthew Tuffy, Harron Homes 

Megan Lui, IEMA 

Megan Noble, Arup 

Michael Perrett, John Crane UK 

Michelle Thompson, MediaCom North 

Modhi Al-Dakhil, Ministry of Education 

Mouza Al-Naqbi, Ministry of Education 

Naresh Patel, Aqua Consultants 

Nicholas Christodoulides, Siemens c/o Hemsley Fraser 

Nigel Welford, Computacenter (UK) 

Nikhil Gunnoo  

Paul Cooke, Gardner Denver 

Paul Radcliffe, Environment Agency (NEAS) 

Paul Wilkins, Sanctuary Housing Group 

Peter Jackson, John Wright Electrical & Mechanical Services

Reem Al-Naqbi, Ministry of Education 

Richard Harris

Rima Abou Khreibi, Ministry of Education 

Robert Beadle, GP Strategies 

Robert Chamberlain, Enzygo 

Robert Hinde, Renewable Energy Association 

Romain Cassus-Coussere, Vinci 

Rosalyn Jones, Royal Haskoning DHV 

Rowida Abu Nab, Ministry of Education 

Scott Thomson, Bright Green Business 

Sean Cullen  

Simon Edwards, Autoneum Great Britain 

Stephen Bullock  

Stephen Hope, LifeScan Scotland 

Stephen Robinson, Imprint Group 

Stephen van Rhyn, Celvac 

Stuart Kincaid, Employer, Vascutek

Sue Rapley, Vine Technical Services 

Tessa Lee, BRE Group 

Thomas Hughes, Bakkavor 

Tristan Blaine, Oracle Corporation UK 

Victoria Hillman, Rockwool 

Walid Abdel Kader, Ministry of Education 

Walter Yates, PTS

Warren Sellers, Posturite 

Wayne Biggs, Lifting Gear UK 

 

Practitioner (PIEMA)

Adam Leaver, Ecometrica 

Adam McGillion, Avex Power Services 

Adam Taylor, Moy Park 

Alexandra Hargreaves, Wakefield and District Housing 

Christopher Webb, Costain 

Craig McMahon, George Leslie 

Dominika Phillips, Dong Energy 

Eloise Meakins, Skanska UK 

Hana Mainwaring  

Jackie Friar, Lands End Europe 

Jade Monroe, National Union of Students 

Joanna Kemp, National Union of Students 

Jonathan Tiller, UMC-Int 

Julia Oggioni, RPS Planning and Environment 

Karen Aguilera, North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust 

Katerina Papavasileiou  

Katie Ferneyhough, National Union of Students

Kelly Goddard, BP 

Laura Eddowes, Steelway Fensecure 

Laura Jade Madden, BMT Asset Performance 

Lauren Dombowsky, Temple Group 

Lynn Rodger  

Marlene Segre, AECOM 

Michelle Dunbar, K3 CHP 

Mike Franklin, Network Rail 

Naomi Scott-Mearns, Global Workplace Solutions 

Philip Churchill, Network Rail 

Quinn Runkle, National Union of Students

Rhona Mitchell, Peter Brett Associates 

Safia Bibi, WSP UK 

Sarah Hardwick, RWE npower Renewables 

Serena Bacuzzi, Groundwork West Midlands 

Signe Klovane, Warburtons Ltd 

Steven Bayliss, Briggs Equipment (UK) 

Suzanne Moore  

Zoe Arnold, National Union of Students 

Jackie Friar, Lands End Europe 

 

Enhance your profile and your salary by upgrading your membership
 

Upgrading your IEMA membership is a great way to boost your professional recognition, your influence at work and, according to our State of the Profession report, your earnings. Our research says Full Members earn over £12,000 a year more than Associates, who take home £10,000 more than Graduates earlier on in their careers. But how do you upgrade? If you feel ready, or want to gain some high-quality training along the way...
 

Go to www.iema.net/training to find out more about upgrading via our courses and Approved Training Partners.

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