It has been a positive start to 2021 for FRM as the sector appears to be driving forward on projects to plan ahead, reform services and help set about a green recovery. As such, we are excited to introduce the newest members of the FRM team who will be supporting FRM in the delivery of these projects.
Julie Raynor is an environmental consultant with over twenty-five years’ experience of impact assessment and management planning. Julie has extensive experience of examining the impacts of mining and large-scale infrastructure projects on the environment and local communities in low and middle-income countries. She has managed and directed projects in many countries within Europe, Africa, and the Middle East and her experience will complement the international aspect of the FRM team. She will also be supporting on administration and business development.
Rosie Davies has recently graduated from the University of Aberystwyth and brings with her a strong understanding of environmental issues and their associated management. Rosie is training to become an environment consultant and her role within the team will involve analysis of data, modelling, survey, and research work. In fact, Rosie has jumped straight in and is already assisting the FRM team on waste collection modelling and supporting the development of a Resource and Waste Strategy. See our next blog for an update on this!
We are especially grateful of their ability to embrace virtual inductions and we look forward to seeing what the year holds for the team. For more information on the Frith RM team and our work, see here: Meet the Team!