- Constantine's management team has participated in almost all financings and is a major shareholder of the Company.
- Sharing in both the risk and rewards of the Company, management is highly motivated to deliver shareholder value.
- Management has a history of success, with a proven ability to identify and advance large mine-scale systems.
- Management includes a blend of industry veterans, who have experienced multiple commodity cycles, and the next generation of mine finders who bring energy and the latest in technological tools. The result is a prudent yet aggressive management style.
|K. Wayne Livingstone, B.Sc., M.Sc.
Chairman of the Board, Director
Wayne Livingstone has been active in professional exploration and development geology for 40 years. He led the exploration and was involved in development of a one million ounce heap leach gold deposit in Nevada, and led the work on a grassroots discovery of a 1.7 million ounce deposit in Peru. Mr. Livingstone, a founding director of Constantine, is also a director of various other companies.
|J. Garfield MacVeigh, B.Sc.
President, CEO & Director
Mr. MacVeigh received his B.Sc. (Hon First Class) in geology from Queen's University at Kingston in 1972 and has 45 years of experience in gold and base metal exploration in Canada, U.S.A. and Central America. He participated in the discovery of the Hoyle Pond gold mine by Texasgulf (now Glencore) in Timmins, Ontario, now operated by Goldcorp and contributed to the exploration and discovery of the HW deposit and several new zones at Westmin Resources' Buttle Lake massive sulphide mine on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, now owned by Nyrstar. Mr. MacVeigh was a founding member and past President and CEO and Chairman of the Board of Rubicon Minerals Corporation from 1996 to 2006. Prior to 1995, Mr. MacVeigh spent 12 years with Texasgulf and Falconbridge (now Glencore), 7 years with Westmin Resources and 5 years with Lac Minerals (now Barrick). Mr. MacVeigh has been President and CEO of Constantine Metal Resources Ltd. since its formation in 2006.
|Darwin Green, B.Sc., M.Sc., P.Geo
Vice President Exploration
Darwin Green has been involved in the business of mineral exploration since 1994 and brings a strong technical background in evaluating and exploring gold and base metal systems. He has developed a broad network within the industry from his mineral exploration experience in Canada, USA and Latin America. Prior to joining Constantine, Darwin was the recipient of the 2008 Commissioner's Award for Project Excellence by the State of Alaska for his role overseeing a major underground exploration program at the Niblack VMS project. After receiving his B.Sc (1995) from the University of British Columbia, Darwin completed his M.Sc (2001) at Carleton University, Ottawa. His M.Sc research on the Palmer VMS Project contributed to the South Wall and RW Zone discoveries.
|Ian Cunningham-Dunlop, B.Sc., P.Geo
Vice President, Advanced Projects
Mr. Cunningham-Dunlop is a seasoned mining executive with more than 30 years of experience in domestic/international mineral exploration and project development and was most recently involved in advancing the Castle Mountain gold project in California (NewCastle Gold), the Karma gold mine in Burkina Faso (True Gold Mining), and the Long Canyon gold mine in Nevada (Fronteer Gold). He also supervised all surface exploration activities at the Eskay Creek Au-Ag-Cu-Pb-Zn mine in BC for Homestake Mining/Barrick Gold (1997-2003) giving him a strong understanding of volcanic massive sulphide systems similar in style and age to Palmer. Ian holds a B.Sc. in Geological Engineering from Queen’s University and has worked with the Company as a Senior Technical Adviser since 2014.
|Liz Cornejo, B.Sc., M.Sc
Vice President, Community & External Affairs
Liz Cornejo has more than 10 years of experience in the mineral exploration industry, including project management and external affairs for both US and Canadian projects. She has worked extensively in permitting and local community engagement, including building important relationships with Ontario First Nations and with Alaska Native communities. Liz holds a M.Sc. in Earth Science from Carleton University, and has worked for Constantine Metals since 2009 in various technical and corporate capacities, most recently as the Company’s Manager of Exploration & Community. Liz is passionate about demonstrating how mineral exploration and mining can be done responsibly and for the benefit of local communities.
|Aris Morfopoulos, B.Comm. (Hons.)
Chief Financial Officer
Aris Morfopoulos is an accountant with over 25 years of corporate management experience. For the past 15 years he has worked in various executive capacities in mineral exploration, public company administration, and merchant banking.
|Tara Christie, B.A.Sc., M.A.Sc., P.Eng.
Tara Christie is the President of Banyan Gold Corp, and serves on the Board of Klondike Gold. She has been the owner/operator of one of the largest placer mines in the Yukon, a board member for the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada, a founding member of the Yukon Environmental and Socio-Economic Assessment Board and the Chair of the Yukon Salmon Sub-Committee. She brings considerable experience in environmental and regulatory issues and government/First Nations relations from her years consulting.
|David Adamson, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D.
David has over 25 years of experience in the mineral deposit industry mainly in Canada and the USA. He has a proven record of creating shareholder value and providing leadership in public companies at both management and board levels. In 2010 he received the AME BC Colin Spence award for Excellence in Global Mineral Exploration. He has played a key role in five mineral deposits which are currently at an advanced or development stage. David is fully conversant with complex corporate agreements and negotiations including corporate re-organizations, option and joint venture agreements, stakeholder agreements and all aspects of public financings, having raised well over $500MM to date. David has been a member of senior management and board member of several publicly traded companies, prior to which he was senior geologist with Lac Minerals, a major gold producing company which was acquired by Barrick Gold in 1995. David has both an MSc and PhD in economic geology.
|Stuart Harshaw, B.Sc.
Mr. Stuart Harshaw a seasoned professional with a distinguished 27-year career in the global mining industry with Vale SA and Inco Ltd, where, among other things, he was in charge of operating six underground mines, a portfolio of processing and refining facilities in Canada and Asia, as well as marketing and sales of a broad range of concentrates and finished metals worldwide. He is a member of the Board of Directors of International Tower Hill Mines and Laurentian University of Sudbury, Canada. Mr. Harshaw earned a BSc. in Metallurgical Engineering from Queen’s University and an MBA from Laurentian University.
|Brian C. Irwin, B.A., LLB
Brian Irwin, Director, is a former partner of DuMoulin Black, a Vancouver based Securities and Corporate Law firm where he practiced corporate, securities and natural resource law with a focus on mining and corporate finance. During his 40 year career he served as chairman of the natural resources subsection of the Continuing Legal Education Program of the British Columbia Bar. He has served as chairman of Ashton Mining of Canada, and Callinan Royalties Corporation (acquired by Altius Minerals) was a director and officer of Brazauro Resources Corporation (acquired by Eldorado Gold Corporation) and Goldbelt Resources Ltd. (acquired by Wega Mining) and now sits on the boards of a number of resource- based public companies.
Ross McDonald, B.Comm
Ross McDonald is a chartered accountant with over 30 years of professional experience. Mr. McDonald received his Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of British Columbia in 1964 and his designation as a Chartered Accountant from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of British Columbia in 1968. For the past 15 years, Mr. McDonald worked principally with clients related to mining and mineral exploration, until his retirement from public practice last year. He is currently involved as director of several junior resource companies.