B.A. GEOLOGY, EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN
Mr. Nagy obtained a B.A degree in Geological Sciences from the University of Saskatchewan in 1966. Mr. Nagy provides broad international exploration experience from his past management of several successful listed junior resources companies.
After graduation Mr. Nagy spent 16 years employed by Cominco Ltd., an exploration company with projects in Western Canada and Australia, he was a co-founder of Keewatin Engineering Ltd., a Vancouver based geological consulting company, responsible for managing exploration projects worldwide. As a director of Delaware Resources, he was responsible for Delaware's acquisition and development of the SNIP property, a gold project in central B.C which he originally identified for re-staking while employed by Cominco Ltd. He also servered as a Director of Calpine Resources. Ltd., the company which optioned the Eskay Creek gold property and subsequently discovered one of the largest and richest gold-silver deposits in North America. While serving as president and CEO of Oliver Gold Corporation he led the team that discovered the SEGALA gold deposits in Mali, West Africa and Ipanema gold deposit in Zimbabwe. Mr Nagy was also the president and CEO of Solomon Resources Ltd. at the time together with Channel Resources LTD, co-discovered the Bombore gold deposits in Burkina Faso. These deposits were sold to Ore Zone Ltd. and are currently being prepared for production.
Mr. Nagy is currently the executive Chairman and Director of Colorado Resources Ltd,. an independent Director of Osino Resources Ltd., and also the Chairman and CEO of Damara Gold Corporation.
B.SC. GEOLOGY, PRESIDENT AND C.E.O
Mr. Blady holds a B.Sc. in Geology from Simon Fraser University and is the principal and founder of Ridgeline Exploration, a grass roots exploration services company based out of Vancouver BC. He has been involved in senior management of numerous public companies providing corporate development services. Mr. Blady's senior management experience with resource companies gives him an appreciation of the best industry practices with respect to financial risk control and disclosure.
Dr. William Lindqvist
PH.D GEOLOGY, CHIEF GEOSCIENTIST
Dr. Lindqvist has over 35 years of international mineral exploration experience and has directed and participated in several major gold deposit discoveries across a braod spectrum of geologic terrains. Dr. Lindqvist's previous discover experience includes; the Gosowong Bonanza gold depost in Indonesia, Chimney Creek, Mule Canyon, Ruby Hill and the Gold Hill deposits in Nevada, Mesquite gold deposit in California, Shafter silver deposit in Texas, Ortiz gold deposit in New Mexico, Extensions of Eskay Creek gold-silver deposit in BC., Jeronimo Gold Manto deposit in Chile and Arenal Deeps deposit in Uruguay. Dr. Lindqvist is presently director of Colorado Resources Ltd. and Damara Gold Corp. In the past, he served as the Vice President of Exploration for Homestake Mining Company, and as the Executive General Manager of Exploration for Newcrest Mining Limited. Dr Lindqvist has a Ph.D in Applied Geology from the Royal School of Mines in London and is a member of the SEG, and AIME.
CFO AND CORPORATE SECRETARY
Ms. Gieselman has had 32 years experience with junior mining and exploration companies listed on the TSX, TSXV, OTCBB, NASDAQ and AMEX, in the roels of Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer, and Corporate Secretary. During her tenure in the resource sector, Terese has accumulated an extensive background in corporate and financial reporting and compliance for Canada and the United States, including particularly relevant experience in financings, treasury, international corporate structures and financial reporting in Mexico, Peru, Chile, Argentina and Zimbabwe.
M.SC. GEOLOGY, ADVISOR
Mr. Charles (Charlie) J. Greig, M.Sc. has more than 25 years experience in mineral exploration, much of it helping to design and run projects around the world as a Professional Geologist with nearly twenty-five years experience in the exploration industry or government geological surveys, much of it in the Canadian Cordillera.
Mr. Greig has practiced as an independent consulting geologist since 1995, and has worked mainly as a contractor for junior mining companies during that time. In addition to his extensive hands=on experience in mineral exploration, which includes considerable work on VMS (volcanogenic massive sulphide) and magmatic Ni-Cu-PGE properties, Mr. Greig also counts several dozen peer-reviewed maps and reports among his publications extending since 1988. He worked worldwide on a Broad spectrum of mineral deposit types.
Mr. Greig served as a Vice President of Exploration at MetalCORP Limited from November 2009 to November 24, 2011. He served as a Senior Geologist of MetalCORP Limited since May 2009. Mr. Greig has been a Director of Windarra Minerals Ltd. since june 8, 2005. Mr Greig is a graduate from the University of British Columbia, with a B.Comm. (1981), a B.Sc. (Geology 1985), and an M.Sc. (Geology, 1989).
Dr. Edward A. Schiller
PH.D. GEOLOGY, ADVISOR
Dr. Schiller has over 30 years experience in mineral exploration, project management, acquisitions, financing, joint venture negotiations and corporate governance. Born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba, he graduated with a degree in geology from Michigan State University in 1956, and obtained his Ph.D. in mineralogy at the University of Utah in 1963. Dr. Schiller was the Resident Geologist of the Northwest Territories Geological Survey of Canada from 1964-1966. He has lived and worked in Canada, the United States, England, Australia, Brazil, Columbia and has conducted mineral exploration projects in several South and Central American, African and South East Asian countries, including Madagascar. He has visited other countries on mining related projects, including, Vietnam, Botswana and diamond mines in Yakutia, Russia and China.
Gerald G. (Gerry) Carlson
PH.D. GEOLOGY, P.ENG., ADVISOR
Dr. Carlson has over 40 years of international experience in managing mineral exploration and mining development companies with a focus on precious and base metal deposits. His career has included independent consulting assignments and management of exploration programs for both junior and major mining companies. He is a past President of AMEBC (formerly the British Columbia and Yukon Chamber of Mines) and President of the Society of Economic Geologists Canada Foundation. He is a recipient of the SEG's Ralph Marsden Award for distinguished service and CIM's J.C. Sproule Award for the advancement of geology and mineral exploration in the Yukon.