Geologist, an experienced executive, and a member of the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM). Over fifteen years of mineral exploration experience in gold, petroleum, diamonds, iron ore, copper, coal and uranium. Mr. Parry holds an Honours Degree in Applied Geology from the University of New South Wales. Mr. Parry is the Chairman of Vizsla Resources, Skeena Resources, Outback Goldfields and Goldbull Resources.
Chris DonaldsonCEO & Director
Chris Donaldson is an experienced executive with a 25-year track record of raising funds and building out new investment channels for both public and private companies. Formerly, Chris held the dual role of Director, Corporate Development with Western Copper and Gold (NYSE American and TSX listed) as well as Director, Corporate Development and Community with Casino Mining Corporation. Chris believes in community and has been a prime fundraiser for many causes including the Pacific Salmon Foundation, Make-A-Wish BC and Yukon as well as the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Canada.
Ota HallyCFO & Director
Chartered Professional Accountant and a Chartered Financial Analyst with broad experience in executive-level financial management positions across multiple industries. Formerly with Yamana Gold, Endeavour Mining and Pan American Silver.
Penny JaskiDirector (Outback Goldfields Australia)
Penny Jaski, B.Sc (Public Relations and Politics) has over 20 years’ experience in community and stakeholder relations and government affairs, including 15 years in mining with Rio Tinto. Penny commenced her career in local government working as a community relations officer across several municipalities in Western Australia, before moving into the area of Native Title where she worked with a number of indigenous communities in the Goldfields and Western Desert regions to progress their native title claims. Penny later joined Rio Tinto as a community relations specialist, working across exploration projects in Western Australia and South Australia and was later appointed Manager of Community Affairs for the Pilbara iron ore operations with the responsibility for township relations, cultural heritage management and the implementation of land use agreements. Penny then moved to Melbourne where she provided specialist community affairs advice to Rio Tinto business units across Australia and also held responsibility as the Executive Officer of the Rio Tinto Indigenous Fund and managed the national indigenous cadetship program.
Engineer by profession, B.Eng in Mining and Mineral Engineering and an M.Eng in Mineral Economics and Artificial Intelligence, both from McGill University. Currently VP Corporate Development at Orezone and formerly with Goldcorp and CIBC.
Eric Zaunscherb is a Canadian geologist with over thirty years of experience as a mining analyst. He has enjoyed working in Toronto, Vancouver, and London, learning best practices in Capital Markets and seeing hundreds of exploration, development and mining projects globally.