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Management and Directors

Michael Collins P.Geo.

President, CEO, and Director

Mr. Collins has an exception skill set in project development and analysis which is supported by a wide industry network. Through his work as a geologist and running a mining engineering office in Vancouver he has developed an understanding of numerous mineral camps and deposit types around the world.

His experience steps beyond mineral deposits with a breath of experience in the feasibility process and the pitfalls of project construction and optimization. With over 14 years as an officer and director of public companies, Michael understands intricacies of building corporate structure, marketing and value accretion. Michael graduated with a BSc. Honours from Dalhousie University in 1996 and is an accredited P.Geo. With EGBC.

Bryce Clark, CPA, CGA

Chief Financial Officer

Mr. Clark practices public accounting and is the owner of Bryce A. Clark & Associates Ltd. located in Vancouver, British Columbia. Mr. Clark has over twenty years of experience serving as Chief Financial Officer, Chief Executive Officer or a director of several TSX Venture Exchange listed public companies in the mining industry.

Nick Rodway, P.Geo.

VP of Business Development

Mr. Rodway is a registered Professional Geologist, and has spent 9 years working with Canadian exploration and mining companies. He graduated in 2013 from Memorial University of Newfoundland with a Bachelor of Science (Geology) and is currently completing a Masters Degree in Business Resource Leadership at Queens University. Nick has played a strategic role as a Director with Saville Resources Inc. and Kings Bay Resources Corp. assisting with project targeting and mineral exploration planning. Mr. Rodway also sits on the board of several other private exploration and technology companies in Vancouver, assisting with project generation and strategic management.

Jason Mclaughlin, P.Geo.

Director

Mr. McLaughlin has over 20 years of field-based geological practice in mineral exploration, ranging from grassroots prospecting to resource definition and production with a focus on copper and gold. He works as an exploration manager and has a depth of experience as a mining exploration executive and director throughout North America and overseas. Jason also brings significant insights into transportation infrastructure through his work with CN Rail. Mr. McLaughlin holds a bachelor of science in geology from the University of British Columbia and is a registered member of the EGBC.

Jonas Norr

Director

Mr. Norr has been investing in early stage ventures since 2000. As a Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Gravity Ranch Ventures, he primarily occupies himself with supporting deep technologies that emerge from SRI International (Stanford Research Institute) aimed at solving some of our world’s greatest problems. He has been the Founder or an executive to five companies, two of which made public offerings and two of which were acquired. Sectors of interest have included renewable energy, biotech, education, media, and real assets. Infrastructure-scale projects in renewable energy and real assets have been initiated through Nexcentrica Capital Partners, Ethos Real Assets, qMobility, Future Energy Partners UK, and Qoo Energy. He is a Senior Advisor to SpaceFund, a Special Advisor to Peterson Real Assets, and is a regular speaker on technology and social impact.

Garry Stock

Director

Mr. Stock has worked in resources, cleantech, ag, investment and tech for the past 24 years, helping build companies from inception to up to $500 million in market capitalization. He has been involved in $400 million in equity financings and has acquired/developed assets across most commodities within Canadian, US, Australian and British securities jurisdictions, serving in executive and financial roles, most recently as independent Director and Chair of Compensation Committee for Squire Mining, (now Taal Distributed Information Technologies). Garry holds an B.A. (Hons) in Economics, and passed the CFA Level III exam in 1997.