Meet The Technical Team
Stacie Jones, P.Geo
Ms. Jones is an Exploration Geologist with 10+ years focussed on Canadian gold deposits. Experienced in various staged projects from early grassroots to development across major districts such as Red Lake, ON, White Gold, YK, and Nunavut. Recently part of the Sabina Gold & Silver team responsible for expanding a 6.0 million ounce gold resource. Passionate about geoscience, the interdisciplinary requirements of exploration and the systematic evaluation that leads to mining success. Holds a MSc from Queen’s University, and a BSc. H. from University of British Columbia.
Principal Field Geologist
Mike Kilbourne, P.Geo
Having been on the former Warrior Gold technical team, Mr. Kilbourne graduated from the University of Western Ontario in 1985 with an Honours BSc. in Geology. His first field season was in 1980, representing over 40 years in the industry. Mr. Kilbourne’s career has involved holding various executive positions for junior resource companies, gold production geologist for open pit, underground bulk and narrow vein mining, and long term mine planning for the 10+ simultaneous US aggregate operations. He has supervised and managed over 150,000 meters of diamond drilling in Archean precious and base metal projects. Recent work for a private firm included generating over 700 exploration targets across North America and Mexico.
Principal Consulting Geologist
Ms. Daniel has been involved in mineral exploration for over 15 years with experience managing exploration programs, building geologic models, and evaluating projects. Her experience has been across several deposit types, including orogenic gold, porphyry, epithermal, VMS, rare element pegmatites, and magmatic Ni-Cu-PGEs. She is a member of APEGBC and has a M.Sc. in Geology from Laurentian University.
Principal Technical Advisor
Sue Lomas, P.Geo.
Ms. Lomas has +30 years of experience in the exploration and mining industry. She worked in the Timmins/Kirkland Lake belt for 10 years, as a mine geologist at the Aquarius Mine and exploration geologist on the Glimmer Project, Holloway Project, and Hislop Project . Her work includes completing many geology models and mineral resource estimations on shear/narrow vein gold systems including Elk Project in British Columbia, Asacha Gold Project in Kamchatka, Russia, Julietta Mine in Russia and Meadowbank deposit in Nunavut. Her company, LGGC provides geological consulting services to mining and exploration companies, focussing on mineral resource estimations and audits, NI 43-101 Technical Reports, geological modeling, QA/QC programs, database audits.
Bill Doerner, Source One Geophysics
Mr. Doerner has 40+ years’ experience in geophysical data acquisition and interpretation for mining applications on a global basis. Experienced in interpreting EM, IP, resistivity, gravity and magnetic geophysical responses over many types of mineral occurrences including VMS deposits, porphyry systems, kimberlite pipes, IOCG systems and Carlin-type deposits. As an independent consultant, his client list includes Barrick, Vale, RTX and Teck as well as many junior exploration companies. Bill completed his BS and MS degrees at the University of Utah.
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