There are currently more than 450 Chartered Geographers, ranging from academics, teachers, GI Scientists, conservationists, planners, surveyors, environmental and economic consultants, civil servants, military personnel and others. More than 10% of CGeogs are from outside the UK.
New Chartered Geographers
We would like to congratulate and welcome the following people:
- June 2014: Therese Andrews (Teacher), Brendan Conway (Teacher), Lynne Griffiths (GIS), Daniel Hale, Kathryn Kimball (Geomorph), Adrian Kitsell, Jamie Nunn (GIS), Nicholas Roe (Teacher) and Dinesh Sharma (GIS)
- March 2014: Nicholas Bearman (GIS), Julie Evenden, Brad Gair, Richard Hartley (GIS), Jeremy Hidderley (GIS), Theresa Hopkins (GIS), Russell Jordan (GIS), Lewis Maani-Hessari (GIS), Chantal Mayo (Teacher), Harriet Meddings (GIS), Chrissy Mitchell, Selena Patton (GIS), Tim Rains (GIS), Clare Seldon, Timothy Starke (Teacher), Martin Stevens, Eric Stone III (GIS), Luke Studden (GIS) and Stephanie Wyse
- December 2013: James Bown (Teacher), Sabrina Farrace (GIS), Ben Fisher (GIS), Pamela Giles, Paul Hodgson (GIS), Emma Metcalfe (Teacher), Fraser Reid, David Russell (GIS), John Seabourn, Alison White (GIS) and Michael Williamson (GIS)
Information about current Chartered Geographers
The Society keeps a register of all current Chartered Geographers. This information can be accessed in a number of different formats:
Chartered Geographers can network with each other by joining the CGeog group on LinkedIn (view guidance on using LinkedIn (PDF)).
If you need some more work experience before you are eligible to apply or are currently working on your CGeog application, then you can request to join the working towards Chartered Geographer LinkedIn group to network with others in a similar position.
The next networking evening for Chartered Geographers will be held on 24 November 2014 from 5.30pm at the Society. Please contact the Professional Officer if you wish to attend.