Technical Advisory Committee
Golden Phoenix has formed a Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) to assist in the expansion of its corporate mine portfolio. The TAC will provide geological guidance to management in the areas of opportunity assessment, property development, operational start-up, and mergers and acquisitions.
The initial members of the TAC are acknowledged experts in the fields of exploration geology, geophysics and corporate management. They include:
Jack is a veteran of over 50 years of mine exploration, development and operations. Jack has been affiliated with mining companies both large and small. He has broad experience in the production of strategic and precious metals, as well as oil and gas. He currently serves on several boards and is active in the identification and quantification of significant mineral deposits in Canada and abroad. Jack is a graduate of McMaster University and holds a B.Sc. in Geology and a P.Eng. in Mining.
Hans has 27 years experience in the mineral exploration business, including four years with Newmont Exploration delineating gold deposits along the Carlin Trend, and 12 years with the Kennecott-Rio Tinto group. Hans has served as a Country Manager for Bolivia and Argentina and led numerous exploration programs for gold and copper in the Great Basin. He presently serves as President and COO of Eaglecrest Explorations Ltd. Hans received a B.Sc. in both Geology and Physics from Southern Oregon University and an M.S. in Geophysics from the University of Utah.
Ann is an active geologist with over 25 years experience in exploration, mineral evaluations and mine project development. Ann has worked for a number of gold companies, and recently served as President and COO of U.S. Gold Corp. She is an advocate for the mining industry, having given testimony before the U.S. Congress, and is active with the Women’s Mining Coalition and other industry organizations. Ann received her degree in Geology from Montana State University with further advanced studies completed at Mackay School of Mines, University of Nevada Reno.
Additional members will be named in the future.