Gary LewisChairman and Director
Mr. Lewis has 30 years in capital markets and business and strategy development. He has invested and/or operated resource projects or assets over the past ten years valued at more than US$350M, including the acquisition and ultimate sell-down or listing of high-value, multi-commodity resource projects in Australia, UK, SE Asia, Central Asia and the Americas.
George Young, BSc, JDCEO and Director
George S. Young is a senior executive with over 35 years of engineering, legal, and management experience in mine and resource development, including the acquisition, construction, permitting, and financing of over 20 mining and utility projects in North and South America. He has been involved in over $9 billion in equity and debt financings.
Mr. Young has been a founder or CEO of a number of successful companies, including MAG Silver Corporation, Oro Belle Resource Corporation, International Royalty Corporation, American Resource Corporation, and Lion One Metals Ltd. He served as General Counsel of Bond International Gold, Inc., a NYSE listed company which was acquired by Barrick Gold Corp. after the development of the Bullfrog Mine (300,000 ounces of gold per year) in Nevada and the El Indio Project Expansion (a large gold-copper mine and smelting complex) in Chile.
He was General Counsel and Acting General Manager of the Intermountain Power Agency, developing a $4.5 billion coal-fired power plant and transmission system in Utah, Nevada, and California. He previously served as Legal Supervisor of Getty Mining Company, developing the Mercur Gold Mine (also acquired by Barrick); and the Plateau and Skyline Coal mines in Utah and the Twenty Mile mine in Colorado (acquired by Cyprus Amax). Prior to receiving his law degree, Mr. Young served as a metallurgical engineer at Kennecott Copper Corporation’s Magna Smelter.
Mr. Young received his BSc in Metallurgical Engineering (Magna cum Laude) from the University of Utah in 1975 and his JD from the University of Utah College of Law (Utah Law Review) in 1979. He is a former chair of the Utah Section of the Society of Mining Engineers and a member (inactive) of the State Bar Associations of Colorado, Utah, and Texas.
Dr. Ian Pringle, PhDDirector
Dr. Pringle is an experienced senior mining executive with an outstanding track record of successful mineral resource evaluation, discovery, feasibility studies, project development and operations. As Managing Director of several Australian listed resource companies, he has gained considerable experience and high technical capability particularly in international cobalt, base, and precious metals projects.
Mr. Gibson is President and CEO of Sprott Mining Inc. and Jerritt Canyon Gold LLC. He has more than 30 years’ experience in the mining industry as a miner, mine manager, director, CEO and President. Greg’s experience has focused on gold and copper mines primarily in Canada, US, and Australia. He successfully led Trelawney Mining and Exploration as President, CEO and director from an early explorer to its $608 million sale to IAMGOLD in 2012. Greg is also Chairman and Interim CEO of Metanor Resources Inc. as well as a director of Novo Resources Corp., Ascot Resources Ltd., Latin American Minerals Inc., Sprott Mining Inc., and Jerritt Canyon Canada.
Jack R. Cartmel, CPA, CAChief Financial Officer
Jack Cartmel is a finance executive with over 12 years of experience in the mining industry. He has expertise in mergers and acquisitions, IPOs and prospectus offerings, public company accounting and disclosure, financial and risk management. Prior to joining Resource Capital Gold Corp., Mr. Cartmel was Senior Manager of Financial Reporting and Internal Audit for Monument Mining Ltd., a mid-size gold producer in Asia. He also worked as Manager of Finance for White Tiger Gold Ltd. (formerly Century Mining Corp.), a mid-sized gold producer in the Americas. Mr. Cartmel is a Chartered Accountant and holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Capilano University.