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Congratulations to our Fellows who were recently awarded Chartered Geographer status by our Council.
Andrew Bates - Head of Geography Products, Office for National Statistics
Michelle Beckett - Youth and Children, Refugee Task Force, World Evangelical Alliance
Ian Coady - Geospatial Adviser, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office
Chris Gale - Head of Geospatial Analysis and Capability, Office for National Statistics
Joanna Outram - Teacher, International School of Dakar
Natasha Watts - Climate, Environment, and Livelihoods Adviser, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office
Dunstan Westbury - Transport Planning Practice Manager, Atkins Ltd
Sophie Wilson - Senior Lecturer, Secondary Geography, St Mary's University, Twickenham
Chartered Geographer (Geomorph)
Neil Burrows - Senior Geomorphologist, Aecom
Linley Hastewell - Principal Water Specialist / Geomorphologist, Binnies
Chartered Geographer (GI)
Asimina Syriou - Project Manager, European Space Agency
Chartered Geographer (GIS)
Muhammed Adeel - General Manager (GIS and Urban Planning), Osmani & Company Private Limited
Thomas Coleman - A-ONE+GIS Specialist Engineer / Highways England GIS Project Manager (Secondment), A-ONE+
Andrew Commin - Energy Consultant, BuroHappold Engineering
Claire Lauder - Principal GIS Analyst, Jacobs
Hugh McMichael - Principal GIS Analyst, Jacobs
Sam Meek - Head of Innovation, Helyx SIS Ltd
Sylwia Nikel-Shepherd - GIS Specialist, Arup
Andrew Sitti - Lead Data Engineer, Stantec
Donna Viney - Senior Geospatial Researcher, Office for National Statistics
Chartered Geographer (Teacher)
Chloe Searl - Senior Geography Tutor, Medina Valley Centre
Chartered Geographer is the only internationally recognised accreditation for geographers and recognises competence, experience and professionalism in the use of geographical knowledge, skills and understanding in the workplace. There are many benefits associated with chartered status including recognition of your experience and professionalism by employers, clients and the public; support to structure your own personal development and learning; and a range of CPD and networking opportunities.
Interested in being recognised for your skills and expertise? Find out more.
The first in the final batch of episodes of our partnered BBC Radio 4 series, 39 Ways to
Save the Planet, will be broadcast today.
Thinking about studying geography at university? With the growing importance of issues such as climate change, migration, environmental degradation, spatial epidemiology and inequalities, the world has never needed geographers more.
Today is the UN International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction, an opportunity to acknowledge the progress being made towards reducing disaster risk and losses in lives, livelihoods and health.
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