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Congratulations to our Fellows who were awarded Chartered Geographer status by our Council earlier this week.
Morwenna Chapman - Head of Geography/Lead Teacher, Oundle School
Sandy Gustar - Sustainability Officer, Aberdeen City Council
Aled Guy - Senior Operations Officer, Tai Tarian
Simon Harth - Service Line Director, WSP UK Ltd
Kenneth Nixon - British Army Officer – Royal Engineers, HM Forces
Sonja Rewhorn - Visiting Lecturer, Geography and International Development Social Sciences Study Skills Adviser, University of Chester
Chartered Geographer (Geomorph)
Oliver Burns - Geomorphology Advisor (Coasts and Estuaries), Environment Agency
Chartered Geographer (GI)
Heather Terrapon - GIS Consultant, WSP UK Ltd
Chartered Geographer (GIS)
Lisa Bowman - GIS Analyst, Arup
Alexander Briggs - GIS Consultant, Mott MacDonald
Harry Catharell-Hargreaves - GIS Analyst, Jacobs
Gary Duckers - Historic Environment Record Officer, Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust
Jamie Eames - Logistics Data Analyst, Veolia
Michael Hayward - GIS Specialist, Mott MacDonald
Stephen Knox - Senior GIS Consultant, Arup
Ian Macey - Associate, Dalcour Maclaren
Nicholas Portnell - Operations Analyst - Force Crime and Specialist Operations, Thames Valley Police
James Watt - GIS Director, Pipeline Data Solutions
Chartered Geographer (Teacher)
James Hickman - Teacher of Geography, St Albans School
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.
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