The company’s core competence is the discovery, exploration, successful First Nations relations, permitting, development, construction and operation of hard rock, underground mines plus managing and promoting junior companies.
CEO, President and Director
Mr. Cowley is a professional geologist with over 35 years of experience in exploration, project management and consulting, including 18 years with BHP in Canada, Chile and Bolivia. He led the team that made 4 significant gold discoveries at Hope Bay, Nunavut for BHP, which now have over 5 million ounces of gold. Cowley has been involved in the discovery, permitting, development and construction of mineral projects and successful negotiations with First Nations. At Gold City he was a key player in the acquisition of the Bissett Mine and subsequent merger with San Gold. He led the exploration work for Merit Mining when the Lexington Grenoble deposit was put in to production near Greenwood, BC and is currently technical consultant for Huakan International Mining working on the J&L poly-metallic deposit near Revelstoke, BC. He is currently also serving as President, CEO and director of Indigo Exploration Inc. and is a director of one other TSXV company. Mr. Cowley is the Qualified Person for Cornerstone Metals Inc.
Mr. Sveinson is a professional mining engineer with +45 years experience in all aspects of the mining industry, in the financing, exploration, development, permitting, First Nations negotiations, construction and operation of mineral projects. His career has encompassed underground mining in Zambia, the US, Venezuela, and Canada, to senior management levels with such companies as Echo Bay Mines Ltd. and Dynatec Corp. He has established a solid reputation assembling successful operating teams, evaluating projects, re-structuring operations and rejuvenating mines from 100 tpd to 2000 tpd. Mr. Sveinson is currently a consultant to mining companies. He serves as a director of two other TSXV listed companies.
Mr. Nickel has been involved in advancing several mining projects in BC, the Yukon, NWT and Alaska, most recently with Banks Island Gold. Previous to that, he was VP Mining for New Pacific Metals, responsible for advancing the Tagish Lake gold project in the Yukon. Prior to that he held the position of Mine Manager and Chief Engineer of Capstone’s Minto Mine. Mr. Nickel has spent most of his career at operating mines including De Beers' Snap Lake operation and Highland Valley Copper operations, in management and engineering capacities. He is also a director of TSXV listed Banks Island Gold.
Mr. Anderson holds a B.A. from the University of Western Ontario and is the co-founder of Aquastone Capital Advisors LP, a U.S.-based gold investment fund. With over 15 years’ experience in the capital markets, Mr. Anderson’s specialty is identifying undervalued opportunities in the resource industry and investing capital into these situations. He has been involved in a number of small-cap companies, providing financing, investor relations, and corporate development services. Throughout his career, he has raised in excess of $500 million in equity for a number of public and private companies in the United States, Canada and Europe.
Ms. Moriarty earned her B.Sc. (Geology) from Queens University. She achieved her Chartered Accountant designation in 2002. During an eleven year period with PwC, she worked exclusively with resource companies. Since 2011, she has worked as a Senior Consultant with Malaspina Consultants Inc., continuing to work with resource companies, including Cornerstone.
Vice President Exploration
Mr. Kilbey has over 27 years of grassroots exploration, property evaluation, and mine/project development experience all over the United States and parts of Mexico. He has worked for majors (Amax, Cyprus, Newcrest, AngloGold) and juniors (Copper One, Romarco). Much of his major company experience includes developing and prospecting sediment hosted, skarn, porphyry gold and copper deposits along with epithermal gold vein systems and bulk mineable gold-silver resources. Tom is a Qualified Person and a C.P.G. with the American Institute of Professional Geologists.
Bill Matheson has worked in the mining and industrial sectors for over 37 years in the roles of Field Engineer (Electrical/Instrumentation), Construction and Project Manager and advisor. From 1979 to 1994, Mr. Matheson worked at Canada Tungsten, Echo Bay Mines, Luscar Coal, Baker Mine, Cullaton Lake Gold Mines, Vista Mining, Cluff Lake, Hope Brook Gold, Teck Corona Hemlo, Tonkin Springs Gold Project, Cassiar Asbestos and Yanococha. Between 1994 and 2004, Mr. Matheson focused on multiple industrial projects including two nuclear power plants, three gas fired turbine power plants, one oil refinery, and two High Fructose Corn Syrup / Ethanol Refineries. Later, Bill was Construction Manager on the dismantle/relocation of the Equatorial SX/EW facility to the Lisbon Valley mine site in SE Utah, the complete construction of the Carlota Copper SX/EW project in Arizona, the start-up of the Franke Mine in Northern Chile, the second phase of the leach facility at Carlota Copper and the Phase II Project for CS Mining in SE Utah on their Agitated Leach, SX/EW facility. Bill has served on the Technical Committees for the Sierra Gorda Oxide Project and the Ajax Project for KGHM International.
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