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Congratulations to the 14 Society Fellows who were recently awarded Chartered Geographer status by Council.
Our newly accredited Chartered Geographers are:
Neil Breton – Associate Consultant, Atkins
Matthew Webster – GIS Analyst, Jacobs
Chartered Geographer (GIS)
Siobhan McDermott – Senior GIS Analyst, Jacobs
Tony Canavan – GEOINT Geospatial Team Leader, Ministry of Defence
Thomas Graham – GIS Consultant, Mott Macdonald
Eniola Babatunde – GIS Consultant, Mott Macdonald
Olivia Neal – Senior GIS Analyst, Jacobs
Scott Pilkington-Bennett – Principal GIS Consultant – Special Services Division, Mott Macdonald
Eoin Fenton – Land Liaison Lead, Jacobs
Momodou Madi Sillah – Senior GIS Coordinator, HS2
Collins Terkpetey-Hushie – Senior Geospatial Analyst and GIS Lecturer, Ministry of Defence
Chartered Geographer (Teacher)
Caiti Walter – Head of Humanities, Prendergast School
Chartered Geographer (Geomorph)
Ikenna Osumgborogwu – Catchment Scientist, Arup
Sangeetha Viswan – Geomorphology Technical Specialist, Environment Agency
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.
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