Chief Executive Officer
Ms. Lee-Sheriff brings 25 years of public, governmental and private sector experience to the role of CEO having served in senior officer-level positions with several public companies. Previously, Ms. Lee-Sheriff managed Cabinet Policy and Intergovernmental Affairs for the Conservative, Liberal and NDP governments of the Yukon, developed the Yukon Economic Forums and delivered gold conferences for GATA in Dawson City, Yukon, Washington, DC and London, England. She founded the Yukon Mines Legacy Foundation and the Yukon Gold Mining Alliance. Ms. Lee-Sheriff has a long history of pro-actively working with the Yukon First Nations. As founding director of the Yukon Mines Training Association, she secured $20 million in federal funding for aboriginal mine training. She has successfully negotiated and implemented a number of socio-economic and exploration agreements between the Company and several Yukon First Nations. Ms. Lee-Sheriff is a recipient of the Queen's Jubilee Commemorative Medal awarded for outstanding achievements by Canadians and is a graduate of Queen’s University.
Director of Exploration
Mr. Brommecker is a P. Geo. who brings 25+ years of expertise having led international exploration groups, multiple projects, budgets and exploration teams that have made world class discoveries. Mr. Brommecker previously served as Senior Vice President, Greenfields Exploration from 2013 to 2017 and as Chief Geologist, Global Greenfields Exploration for AngloGold Asanti Ltd in 2012. Prior to this he served in Regional Chief Geologist, Exploration roles for Barrick Gold Corporation from 2007 to 2011. He is highly skilled in structural and 3D analysis of ore deposits and has also been responsible for performance management, establishing key metrics to measure exploration success and full oversight of exploration programs.
Some of Mr. Brommecker’s achievements include: Managing a global exploration team of up to 400 employees and budgets up to $100 million, held a team leadership role in the discovery of the high-grade zone at Nuevo Chaquiro in Colombia, held a team leadership role in the discovery of the Meliadine gold deposit in Nunavut, acted as an advisor to teams that have discovered significant copper and gold occurrences in Papua New Guinea and Chile, lead teams that have added resources in brownfields environments in Guinea and Australia, and he was part of a team that doubled resources at Reko Diq in Pakistan.
Mr. Brommecker earned his BSc (Earth Sciences) from the University of Waterloo and his MSc (Geology) from Queen’s University. He is a member of the Association of Professional Geoscientists of Ontario and a Fellow and Trustee of the Society of Economic Geologists.
Rex Brommecker is the Managing Director of the consulting firm Ore Genesis Pty Ltd. He has been engaged through his company to provide the services of Director of Exploration to Golden Predator on an exclusive basis in the Yukon, BC, Alaska and Nevada.
Greg Hayes, CA
Chief Financial Officer
Mr. Hayes, a Chartered Accountant since 1997, previously served as the Chief Executive Officer for Golden Predator Mining Corp. and Northern Tiger Resources Inc.. He also served as the Chief Financial Officer of Shear Minerals Ltd.. Mr. Hayes brings considerable experience to the Golden Predator Board of Directors from both the public and private sectors. Working with international and Alberta-based accounting firms, he has serviced clients ranging from small, private businesses to multinational corporations. Most recently, Mr. Hayes has been providing financial consulting services to junior exploration companies.
3 Aces Project Manager
Mr. Cary has worked in the mineral exploration sector for over 30 years focusing on projects across the western United States and Canada’s Yukon. Mr. Cary previously worked with Golden Predator from 2010 to 2012 managing exploration projects in the Yukon. He also worked as a Senior Geologist for Battle Mountain Gold Inc. from 1991 to 2001 where he was part of a multi-disciplinary team which produced a positive feasibility study on a 6 million ounce gold reserve. Mr Cary previously held the position of Exploration Geologist for Kinross Gold and has worked as a consulting geologist for Kinross Gold, Eurasian Minerals Inc., Anthill Resources Ltd. and Energy Metals Inc. His responsibilities throughout his career have included design and implementation of multi-year drill programs, resource estimation, 3-D structural modelling, budget management, project generation, data compilation and evaluations.
Mr. Cary is a member of the Geological Society of Nevada, the Society of Economic Geologists and the American Institute of Professional Geologists. He holds an M.S. in Geology from Western Washington University and a B. S. in Geology from Fort Lewis College and is a former Instructor with Fort Lewis College Geosciences Dept. in Durango, Colorado.
Mark C. Shutty
Mr. Shutty is a Certified Professional Geologist with over fifteen years of experience in exploration, environmental and mining geology. His direct experience with Golden Predator’s core technical group spans over ten years, and includes management of early to advanced-stage precious metal exploration projects and resource evaluations, as well as, involvement in uranium, base and strategic metals projects across the Western US and Canada’s Yukon. Mr. Shutty’s previous experience includes working with, or consulting for: Phelps Dodge, BHP, Newcrest, Energy Metals Corp., Uranium One, Callinex Mines and Alicanto Minerals. His key areas of focus include geological data synthesis, sample analytics, applied geostatistics and resource estimation.
Mr. Shutty is a Member of the Geological Society of Nevada, the Society of Economic Geologists and the American Institute of Professional Geologists. He holds a B. Sc. in Geology from Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado, and has a Citation in Applied Geostatistics from University of Alberta.
Mr. Shutty is a Qualified Person for geological evaluation and mineral resource estimation for National Instrument 43-101 technical disclosure.