Thomas Ullrich – Chief Executive Officer, Director
Mr. Ullrich has over 20 years experience in mineral exploration and geoscience. He has been Chief Geologist North America for Antofagasta Minerals plc since 2011, investigating the region’s copper potential through extensive property evaluations and management of drill programs in Alaska and Canada. Prior to Antofagasta, he was Senior Geologist for Almaden Minerals, where he managed the drill program for the team’s discovery of the Ixtaca Ag-Au deposit in Mexico. Mr. Ullrich also established the Ar-Ar geochronology lab at the University of British Columbia and studied the Candelaria Cu-Au mine, Chile, while at Queen’s University. Mr. Ullrich is an Elected Director on the Board of the Association for Mineral Exploration BC.
David Broughton – Chief Geologist, Storm and Seal Projects
Dr. Broughton is an acknowledged expert in sediment-hosted copper deposits with over 30 years’ experience in mineral exploration. He was Geology Manager for Cyprus Amax’ Kansanshi pre-feasibility project, now Africa’s largest copper mine, and part of AMIRA P544’s research team focused on the Zambian Copperbelt. From 2008 to 2016 he was Executive Vice President Exploration for Ivanplats, now Ivanhoe Mines. During his tenure the world-class Kamoa Cu (Central African Copperbelt) and Flatreef PGE-Ni-Cu-Au (Bushveld Complex) deposits were discovered. He was co-awarded PDAC’s 2014 Thayer Lindsley Award for International Mineral Discovery (Kamoa), and AME BC’s 2016 Colin Spence Award for Excellence in Global Mineral Exploration (Flatreef discovery). Dr Broughton is currently a Senior Advisor for Ivanhoe Mines. Dr. Broughton is a Fellow of the Society of Economic Geologists and a Fellow of the Geological Association of Canada. He received a BSc. (Hons) and a MSc. in Earth Sciences from the University of Waterloo and a Ph.D. in Geology from the Colorado School of Mines.
Michael Dufresne – Consultant, Primary Geologist, Director
Mr. Dufresne is the President of Apex Geoscience, a ~60-person geological consultancy. With over 25 years of professional experience in all aspects of project generation, geological interpretation and project management ranging from grass roots exploration projects up to feasibility staged project Mr. Dufresne has extensive experience with a wide range of commodities and types of deposits as well as involvement in a number of scientific government studies. Mr. Dufresne has conducted property audits across North America and Australia and authored independent technical reports. His client list has included senior and junior mining companies, and government geological surveys. Mr. Dufresne is a Professional Geologist with the Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists and Geophysicists of Alberta (since 1989). He is also a member of the Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Geological Association of Canada, and Association of Exploration Geochemists. Mr. Dufresne obtained his M.Sc. in Economic Geology from the University of Alberta, and a. B.Sc. In Geology with a minor in Chemistry, from UNC-Wilmington.
Dwight Walker – Chief Financial Officer
Mr. Walker has over 30 years experience in public company finance and administration, and has been the chief financial officer of three public companies. He was the CFO of ECU Silver Mining Inc., an emerging Mexico-based silver producer. Mr. Walker was most recently a founding partner and chief financial officer of Red Cloud Mining Capital Inc., a strategic adviser to Aston Bay. Mr. Walker is a CPA, CGA, and holds a bachelor of mathematics degree from the University of Waterloo.
Qualified Person Statement:
Michael Dufresne, M.Sc. P.Geol., Consultant and Chief Geologist of Aston Bay Holdings is the “Qualified Person” as defined by National Instrument 43-101. Mr. Dufresne has supervised the preparation of the technical information contained on this website and materials herein as they relate to the Storm Copper and Seal Zinc projects.
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