At CIWEM we champion highly qualified water and environmental managers, engineers and scientists who are recognised throughout the world for their professional expertise and conduct.
Our members are drawn from a diverse range of sectors across all aspects of water and environmental management in over 90 countries. This page provides an insight to their careers, membership journies and advice for prospective applicants.
Oliver Grievson is a CIWEM Fellow who has been a member of CIWEM for 23 years. As a technical expert and consultant he supports clients with a whole range of challenges at both a strategic and operational level.
Archie Ruggles-Brise MCIWEM C.WEM is an Estate Manager, his role covers land management, woodland management, property management, a natural flood management project involving beavers, water quality and quality monitoring through research partnerships and volunteers surveyors in addition to eco-tourism activities and consultancy on Natural Capital.
Rebecca Alexandre MCIWEM C.WEM CSci is a Flood and Environment Consultant who specialises in creating flood data for global re/insurance use.
John Shanks MCIWEM C.WEM IEng is a Project Manager who works within the utilities sector to deliver clean water infrastructure capital programmes.
Godrey Mchunguzi Oyema MCIWEM C.WEM recently became chartered with CIWEM, they were inspired towards a career in this sector from a desire to work on finding solutions to tackle environmental problems by developing workable solutions.
Tracey Dunford MCIWEM C.WEM CEnv CSci is a lead specialist and expert for Cyfoeth Naturiol Cymru / Natural Resources Wales (NRW) on Water Resources planning and managing the preparation of NRW policy, programmes, plans, strategies and guidance.
Naresh Patel is an environment and sustainability scientist with a varied role within consultancy. Naresh was inspired their MSc in Aquatic Resource Mangement at King's College London towards a career in this sector.
Kate Marks C.WEM FCIWEM CEnv CSci leads the Digital Services team, a part of Incident Management & Resilience in the Environment Agency. The team is responsible for designing, developing and continuously improving the flood forecasting and warning systems used to provide information to our partners and the public, and our situational awareness systems that support our incident planning and response, including logistics tools, and incident reporting and tracking systems used by our duty officers and incident rooms.
When you become a member of CIWEM, providing you have the required qualifications and experience, you also have the opportunity to register with three additional professional bodies, which can be done all in the same application, these are: