Mr. Mehra is a senior executive and entrepreneur who has founded and managed numerous companies. He has close to 30 years of experience in mining and metals, including significant experience in debt and equity capital markets and, while maintaining a focus on mining, is a large investor in a spectrum of businesses spanning real estate to technology. Mr. Mehra commenced his career trading commodities with Philipp Brothers in London, England. From 1990 to 2000, he served as a Senior Partner at Glencore International AG (and its predecessor) where he ran the nickel and cobalt businesses and was responsible for establishing Glencore's operations in India. He also served as Chief Executive Officer of MRI Trading AG (formerly Marc Rich + Co Investment AG) from 2001 to 2011 and was its Co-Owner, and successfully sold the firm in 2011. Mr. Mehra holds a BSc Philosophy and Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Mr. Harbidge is a geologist with over 20 years of experience in mining exploration and development. He most recently served as Senior Vice President of Exploration at Goldcorp Inc. from 2016 until its acquisition by Newmont Mining Corp. in April 2019. Prior to that, Mr. Harbidge successfully led the Exploration Team at Randgold resulting in the discoveries of the Yalea Deeps project, the Gara deeps project, Loulo 3 and more recently the +5Moz Gounkoto deposit in the Loulo area of Mali and the +4Moz Massawa deposit in Senegal. Mr. Harbidge has a First-Class Honours Degree in Geology from Kingston University, London UK and an MSc in Mineral Exploration and Mining Geology from Leicester University (UK). Paul has also been involved with research in collaboration with Kingston University and has completed two PhD theses as a supervisor, supporting two further PhD theses and two MSc projects.
Mr. Campbell has over 15 years of progressively senior experience in project and operations financial management obtained via professional practice, capital markets and industry experience. Mr. Campbell most recently served as the Head of Investor Relations with Goldcorp Inc. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce Degree (Distinction) from the University of Victoria, and a Diploma in Accounting (DAP) from the University of British Columbia. He is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA, CA) and a CFA Charter Holder.
With more than 35 years in the sector, Mr. Greig is among the most experienced geologists in B.C., having worked on projects such as Brucejack Lake (Pretivm), Red Mountain (Lac Minerals, IDM), Silbak Premier (Westmin, Ascot), IKE (HDI-Amarc), and abroad on projects such as La India in Mexico (Grayd, Agnico Eagle) and Bisha in Eritrea (Nevsun).
Mr. Skead is a geologist with over 30 years of experience in mining exploration and development, most recently working as the Director of Geoscience at Newmont Goldcorp. He has previously held senior management positions in a number of internationally recognised mining companies around the globe. Mr. Skead holds a BSc Honours degree in geology from the University of Cape Town, (RSA) and an MSc in Exploration Geology, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, (RSA).
Ms. Jenni Piette has over 8 years of experience in mining investor relations and corporate communications. Prior to joining GT Gold, she served as Manager of Investor Relations at Teranga Gold Corporation through 2018 and at Richmont Mines, Inc., until the sale of the company to Alamos Gold in November 2017. Ms. Piette began her career in investor relations at Detour Gold Corporation in 2012, prior to which she served as a contracted mining and earth science outreach educator for PDAC Mining Matters. Ms. Piette holds a BSc with Distinction in geology/ecology from Concordia University and is a Certified Professional in Investor Relations under CIRI/Ivey School of Business.
Ms. Tanguay has over 25 years of experience working within the resource extraction industry. Her experiences cover a wide range of activities associated with the life-cycle of mining, from: Indigenous and stakeholder engagement; baseline data design and collection; management of large consulting teams; pre-feasibility and feasibility studies; overseeing and leading assessment and permitting processes in a number of jurisdictions in Canada; negotiation of agreements with Indigenous governments and organizations; environmental management during construction and operations; and, the development of Closure Plans. Michelle has held management positions with Newmont, Argonaut Gold, and Ethos Gold. Michelle’s career highlights include; negotiating agreements in a landscape of overlapping stakeholder and rightsholder interests, moving environmental compliance and cultural obligation metrics from fifty to ninety percent in less than one year; and, completing a federal environmental impact statement.
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