Jonathan Vincent awarded Young Ambassador award by CIA

Article by Adam Duckett

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Jonathan Vincent (centre) has pledged that he will help young voices get heard

JONATHAN VINCENT has been awarded the Young Ambassador of the Year Award by the UK’s Chemical Industries Association (CIA).

Vincent, who is a member of IChemE’s Congress, won the award in recognition of his work to further the chemicals industry. He works as a process engineer at Ineos and will lead the CIA’s ChemTalent team for the coming year.

Vincent said: “This award encourages me to keep pushing for innovation and sustainability in the field.

“Over the next year, my plan for leading the ChemTalent team focuses on ensuring that young people and those in the early stages of their careers have a dedicated space and voice in the decisions impacting the chemicals, chemistry, and chemical engineering industries. To achieve this, I will collaborate with institutes, organisations, schools, and universities to gather a wide range of opinions and expand the ChemTalent network. By doing so, we can effectively represent the perspectives and concerns of our demographic.

“I will work closely with these organisations and government bodies to ensure that our voices are not only heard but also given significant weight, recognising that we are the key demographic most affected by these decisions.”

Vincent joined IChemE Congress earlier this year as one of its early career representatives.


Article by Adam Duckett

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