GOLD DROP PROPERTY WITHIN MULTIMILLION OUNCE GOLD PRODUCTION REGION
High Grade Gold Project in BC's Golden Triangle
Since 1978, Mr. Brown has been president of Barry Developments Ltd., a wholly owned private company involved in the organization, reorganization, and management of private and public companies. Mr. Brown has over 35 years of experience as a director and/or officer of a number of public companies. Mr. Brown received a bachelor of commerce in finance from the University of British Columbia in 1976.
Campbell R. Delong
Campbell (Cam) Delong has been credited for a key role in the discovery and development of the Mount Milligan Mine, currently owned by Thomson Creek Metals. The Mount Milligan Mine has 2.2 Billion Pounds of Copper in proven and probable reserves, 5.7 Million ounces of gold in proven and probable reserves, and a twenty-two-year mine life. Cam worked as a geologist with Hunter Dickinson Inc. from 1989 to 1998 as part of the Continental Gold Team. Cam wrote a M. Sc. Thesis (UBC) on the Mount Milligan Mine. Cam also played key roles in the El Condor, Taseko projects in BC and the Farallon project in Mexico. Cam was also a geologist for RPS from 1999 to 2009 working in Gabon, Equatorial Guinea, Egypt, Mexico, and Indonesia. Cam was responsible for several discoveries during this 10 year tenure. Cam has spent the past 7 years (2009 to 2016) advising mineral companies globally on how best to advance their assets.
Mr. Field-Dyte has over 10 years of experience in the financial industry, having served from 1996 to 2001 as an investment adviser and later as a consultant to Raytec Development Corp. He currently sits on the board of directors for numerous TSX Venture Exchange-listed companies in the metals and mining industry.
Mr. Kent brings to the team over 20 years of experience providing public relations counsel to various sectors including mining and manufacturing. With emphasis on corporate communications, his sales and marketing experiences are a welcomed asset. Mr. Kent currently sits on the board and acts in a corporate secretarial role for multiple publicly traded companies.
George served as a director for several junior mining companies and as past President and CEO of International PBX Ventures Ltd., a TSX venture company developing several copper porphyry and gold skarn projects in Chile. George also served as Executive Vice President of Golden Dawn Minerals where one of his duties was data acquisition and analysis of exploration data in the Greenwood mining camp.