Leadership

Leonard Lovallo

President, CEO and Board Member

Leonard Lovallo, is a Managing Member of Millennial Investments, LLC, a consulting firm that he controls, through which he has, since 2014, assisted public and private companies in the areas of mergers, acquisitions, debt restructuring, equity investments and corporate governance. Mr. Lovallo graduated from the State University of New York (Buffalo) with a BA in psychology. The registrant believes that the business experience of Mr. Lovallo with the growth and financial structuring of public and private companies qualifies him to be a valuable member of the Board.

Advisory Board

Doug Oliver PHD

M.Sc., P. Geo, Vice President of Exploration, Advisor

Douglas H. Oliver is a career geologist with over 40 years’ experience in mineral exploration, research and teaching at university level. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Geology from Rutgers University and has an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin and a PhD in Tectonics from Southern Methodist University. His career in mineral exploration has focused on precious metals in the western United States as well as Alaska, Canada, Mexico, Latin America and Africa. His held Senior Geologist positions with Occidental Minerals and Tenneco Minerals and has consulted for over two dozen companies on exploration projects or acquisitions. Recent high-lights include discovery of the Atlanta Porphyry in east-central Nevada – a million-ounce eAu resource awaiting a PEA – and the discovery of the Coosa Graphite Deposit in east-central Alabama. The Coosa Deposit is the first new graphite deposit identified in the conterminous United States in over 70 years.

Craig Alford

MSc P.Geo – Chief Geologist, Advisor

Craig Alford has been involved with some of the largest mineral resources deposits in the world. Craig has designed, managed and provided managerial and technical direction for projects worldwide. He is a registered Professional Geoscientist and is a Qualified Person, as defined in National Instrument 43-101.