Georgina has returned to IMC after she completed her Master’s Degree, this time within the Engineering and Environment Team as a Consultant.
She supports bids and projects as well as being part of IMC’s ISO14001 Environmental Management System team, where she assists with internal audits.
Recently, Georgina has provided support for the review of an environmental and social impacts scoping study within the Kampala-Jinja PPP project.
She has also provided assistance for the DIFD-funded Ideas to Impact programme, specifically the Dreampipe Prize, where she researched and identified the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) stakeholders for the marketing of the innovation prize in DFID countries. Moreover, Georgina reviewed communication material used to promote the WASH innovation prize and managed the initial communication with the stakeholders.
Georgina has an MSc in Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, particularly focusing on the assessment of cumulative effects in a strategic level assessment. This involved stakeholder interviews and GIS analysis.
From 2015 to 2016, she helped to develop the pre-certification manual and gap analysis for the Environmental Management System (ISO14001:2015) for a UK airport. Parallel to this, she undertook a waste audit for the same airport. Georgina assisted with the update of the University of Southampton’s EMS.
Previously Georgina has worked at IMC as Marketing Database Assistant to update our project database and assist in business development.
Prior to her experience at IMC, she has undertaken biodiversity research in tropical rainforests in Malaysia and an ecological project around Gatwick Airport. Georgina has supported the initial start-up phase for a London College for Engineering and supported the marketing of an educational ICT company.
Kampala-Jinja Expressway PPP: E&S Consultants, Uganda
Ideas to Impacts, Worldwide
2016, MSc Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, University of Southampton, UK.
2014, BSc (Hons) Environmental Science, University of Plymouth, UK.