Profile: Tom Newby

Author: Jackie Whitelaw

Date published

1 August 2019

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Profile: Tom Newby

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Jackie Whitelaw
Date published
1 August 2019
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Author

Jackie Whitelaw

Date published

1 August 2019

Author

Jackie Whitelaw

Price

Free

Tom Newby has spent the last 14 years forging careers in two fields – structural engineering and humanitarian aid. His dual roles have seen him work in Bath, Haiti, New York, the Philippines, London and Nepal.

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3
Publisher:
The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Humanitarian & International Development Opinion Issue 8

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