Meet The Team – Arun & Rother Rivers Trust

Meet The Team

Meet The Team

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Sandra Manning Jones

Acting Trust Manager

Michael Walsh

Project Consultant

Adam Manning Jones

Project Consultant

Ses Wright

Project Consultant

Tracy Thurlow

Administration & Finance & Project Consultant
Sandra Manning Jones
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Ses Wright

After gaining her first degree in Economics Ses worked at the School of Environmental Sciences (ENV) at the University of East Anglia for many years as a Senior Researcher and later Lecturer and Deputy Director of two highly successful M.Sc. courses in Environmental Impact Assessment, Environmental Auditing and Environmental Management Systems.

Ses gained a M.Sc. in environmental management at ENV on a part-time basis whilst working on numerous individual research and consultancy projects for a wide range of clients ranging from government departments, major industry (oil, gas, water) and environmental organisations. Topics covered ranged from Flood Alleviation plans and projects, to Environmental Audits of local government and formal Environmental Impact Statements for proposed wind energy and offshore under-sea oil importing pipelines.

After a career break to help bring up her young family Ses began working again for the environmental sphere around 2006. She took up the post of Project Officer with the Ouse & Adur Rivers Trust (OART) in 2010, helping the Trust to deliver many river enhancement projects largely funded by the Department of the Environment, Food & Regional Affairs’ (DEFRA) River Improvement Programme. Being based in Hampshire Ses has gradually taken on more work with the relatively new Arun & Rother Rivers Trust (ARRT), located slightly more to the West.

Ses is interested in all things environmental although has a particular enthusiasm for rivers and their wider wetlands.

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Ses Wright

After gaining her first degree in Economics Ses worked at the School of Environmental Sciences (ENV) at the University of East Anglia for many years as a Senior Researcher and later Lecturer and Deputy Director of two highly successful M.Sc. courses in Environmental Impact Assessment, Environmental Auditing and Environmental Management Systems.

Ses gained a M.Sc. in environmental management at ENV on a part-time basis whilst working on numerous individual research and consultancy projects for a wide range of clients ranging from government departments, major industry (oil, gas, water) and environmental organisations. Topics covered ranged from Flood Alleviation plans and projects, to Environmental Audits of local government and formal Environmental Impact Statements for proposed wind energy and offshore under-sea oil importing pipelines.

After a career break to help bring up her young family Ses began working again for the environmental sphere around 2006. She took up the post of Project Officer with the Ouse & Adur Rivers Trust (OART) in 2010, helping the Trust to deliver many river enhancement projects largely funded by the Department of the Environment, Food & Regional Affairs’ (DEFRA) River Improvement Programme. Being based in Hampshire Ses has gradually taken on more work with the relatively new Arun & Rother Rivers Trust (ARRT), located slightly more to the West.

Ses is interested in all things environmental although has a particular enthusiasm for rivers and their wider wetlands.

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Ses Wright

After gaining her first degree in Economics Ses worked at the School of Environmental Sciences (ENV) at the University of East Anglia for many years as a Senior Researcher and later Lecturer and Deputy Director of two highly successful M.Sc. courses in Environmental Impact Assessment, Environmental Auditing and Environmental Management Systems.

Ses gained a M.Sc. in environmental management at ENV on a part-time basis whilst working on numerous individual research and consultancy projects for a wide range of clients ranging from government departments, major industry (oil, gas, water) and environmental organisations. Topics covered ranged from Flood Alleviation plans and projects, to Environmental Audits of local government and formal Environmental Impact Statements for proposed wind energy and offshore under-sea oil importing pipelines.

After a career break to help bring up her young family Ses began working again for the environmental sphere around 2006. She took up the post of Project Officer with the Ouse & Adur Rivers Trust (OART) in 2010, helping the Trust to deliver many river enhancement projects largely funded by the Department of the Environment, Food & Regional Affairs’ (DEFRA) River Improvement Programme. Being based in Hampshire Ses has gradually taken on more work with the relatively new Arun & Rother Rivers Trust (ARRT), located slightly more to the West.

Ses is interested in all things environmental although has a particular enthusiasm for rivers and their wider wetlands.

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Michael Walsh
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Adam Manning Jones
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Ses Wright

After gaining her first degree in Economics Ses worked at the School of Environmental Sciences (ENV) at the University of East Anglia for many years as a Senior Researcher and later Lecturer and Deputy Director of two highly successful M.Sc. courses in Environmental Impact Assessment, Environmental Auditing and Environmental Management Systems.

Ses gained a M.Sc. in environmental management at ENV on a part-time basis whilst working on numerous individual research and consultancy projects for a wide range of clients ranging from government departments, major industry (oil, gas, water) and environmental organisations. Topics covered ranged from Flood Alleviation plans and projects, to Environmental Audits of local government and formal Environmental Impact Statements for proposed wind energy and offshore under-sea oil importing pipelines.

After a career break to help bring up her young family Ses began working again for the environmental sphere around 2006. She took up the post of Project Officer with the Ouse & Adur Rivers Trust (OART) in 2010, helping the Trust to deliver many river enhancement projects largely funded by the Department of the Environment, Food & Regional Affairs’ (DEFRA) River Improvement Programme. Being based in Hampshire Ses has gradually taken on more work with the relatively new Arun & Rother Rivers Trust (ARRT), located slightly more to the West.

Ses is interested in all things environmental although has a particular enthusiasm for rivers and their wider wetlands.

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