- Building Acoustics
- CATT modelling
BSc (Hons) TechIOA
Graduate Acoustic Consultant
Emily studied BSc Geography at Keele University after completing A Levels in Geography, History, English Language and Literature and an AS Level in Mathematics and Statistics.
Emily’s first jobs included being a stable girl at her local riding school and delivering 150 newspapers each week in her local area. Whilst at university, Emily became a student ambassador, showing around prospective students on open days and sitting on the welcome desk. She also became heavily involved in the media and marketing department, independently managing and creating content for Keele’s Facebook page. After university, she spent a short stint as a customer service assistant in a supermarket, before joining Sharps Redmore in 2015. Emily has also volunteered for numerous organisations, including The Scout and Guide Association where she became an RLSS Lifeguard, and also the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) where she scanned weekly planning application lists in South Yorkshire, and determined which applications the CPRE should support or oppose.
Emily became interested in a career in acoustics after completing her final year dissertation on tranquillity and attitudes to noise in a popular countryside beauty spot in the Upper Derwent Valley, Derbyshire. She is a determined individual who is keen to learn about all aspects of acoustics. Emily successfully completed the Institute of Acoustics (IOA) Certificate of Competence in Environmental Noise Measurements in June 2016, and gained a TechIOA membership as a result of this. Emily is currently studying for IOA Diploma in Acoustics and Noise Control at London South Bank University, and hopes to finish in September 2017.
Emily has had a passion for horses ever since she learnt to ride aged 4. She shares a Welsh bay mare, so you’ll often find Emily at the end of the working day going down to the yard, whatever the weather, to ride and muck out. Her other hobbies include walking, cooking, and travelling.