Congratulations to the 17 Society Fellows who were recently awarded Chartered Geographer status by Council.
Our newly accredited Chartered Geographers are:
Ross Akers - Strategic Planning and Investment Manager, Natural Resources Wales
Daniel Amies - SO3 UK Rep Ops Coord, British Army
Edward Cashman - Senior Land Consultant – Advisory and Programme Delivery, Mott MacDonald
Yvonne Conchie - Independent Rural Communities Consultant, Conchie.Co
Sarah Joss - Principal Land Consultant – Land Advisory, Mott MacDonald
Joe Pierce - Senior Hydroinformatics Developer, Jacobs
Chartered Geographer (GIS)
Faye Chant - Geospatial Analyst, UK Civil Service
Charles Churchill - GIS, Survey & CAD Data Manager, East West Rail Company
Anthony Corcoran - Senior GIS Consultant, Sweco
Megan Denmark-Melvin - Senior Geospatial Advisor, Office for National Statistics
Michelle Halstead - Senior GIS Consultant, Tetra Tech
Dionysios Kerasidis - GIS Manager, Laing O'Rourke Murphy Group Join Venture
Lauren Kiff - GIS Analyst, Jacobs
Liam Murray - Discipline Lead for GIS, Global Maritime
Jaime Rodriguez Gozalo - Geospatial Data Management Capability Lead, Jacobs
Chartered Geographer (Geomorph)
Oliver Dabson - Senior Geomorphologist, Jacobs
Chartered Geographer (Teacher)
Paul Sturtivant - Educational Consultant, Fractal Learning
Chartered Geographer is the only internationally recognised accreditation for geographers. It recognises competence, experience and professionalism in the use of geographical knowledge, skills and understanding in the workplace.
Chartership provides many benefits for individuals and employers, demonstrating experience and professionalism to employers, clients and the public; supporting structured professional development; and offering a range of CPD and networking opportunities.
Interested in being recognised for your skills and expertise? Find out more.