|Kenneth Berry, BComm|
Position: President, CEO and Director
Ken Berry, B.Comm, Chairman and CEO is co-founder and has played an instrumental role in acquiring the Moss project as well as helping to raise in excess of $47 million to advance the Company's now 100% owned Moss Mine Gold-Silver project in Western Arizona from the exploration stage to final feasibility. Mr. Berry brings over 20 years of senior level experience in capital markets and mine exploration and development. Among his accomplishments, as a co-founder and current Chairman of Kootenay Silver Inc., over the past two years Mr. Berry has helped guide Kootenay through a major transitional period that included the strategic acquisition of Canadian based Northair Silver Corp. and a carried interest to production option agreement with Pan American Silver Corp.
|Dr. David Stone|
Position: Construction Project Manager
Dr. David Stone has been appointed Northern Vertex's construction Project Manager for the Company's Moss Mine gold-silver project. Dr. Stone will be responsible for overseeing the design, procurement and construction activities of M3 and other site based contractors engaged by M3 as the mine gets built. Dr. Stone has authored numerous prefeasibility and feasibility studies and was most recently one of the co-authors of the Company's Feasibility Study (see news release dated June 8th, 2015). He has extensive experience in the design and construction of heap leach mines dating back to the 1980's including Beal Mountain in Montana, Basin Creek in Montana, Yellow Aster in California, Manhattan in Nevada and Brewery Creek in the Yukon.
|Joseph Bardswich. P. Eng.|
Position: Director and General Manager, Moss Project
Mr. Bardswich has been a mining consultant since 1994 and was formerly President, CFO and Director of Gentor Resources Inc. from 2004 to 2010. Mr. Bardswich previously served as President and Director of BRC Diamond Company and Director of United Bolero Development Corp. and Verbina Resources Inc. He is a Professional Engineer in the Province of Ontario, a life member of the Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (CIM) and is a "Qualified Person" as defined in NI 43-101 Standards for Mineral Disclosure. Mr. Bardswich is a graduate of the University of Windsor (B.A.Sc.,Civil Engineering) and received his Masters Degree (M.Eng. Mining) from McGill University. He has extensive experience in all facets of mining from contract miner, through production supervision, mining engineering, heavy civil engineering and mine management in underground, open pit and alluvial operations in Canada, the U.S., Europe and Africa.
|Christopher Park, CPA, CGA,|
Position: Chief Financial Officer and Corporate Secretary
Mr. Park brings to Northern Vertex Mining Corp. several years of senior financial management experience within the mining industry and encompasses financial reporting, internal controls, taxation and treasury management with companies ranging from grassroots exploration to mine development and production. He has held Corporate Controller positions with a number of mining companies, including Imperial Metals where he worked closely with senior operational management to ensure accurate internal reporting for two operating mines including construction and commissioning of the $660 million Red Chris mine in Northern British Columbia. Mr. Park is a Chartered Professional Accountant who started his career with a local accounting firm in Vancouver and holds a Diploma in Financial Management from the British Columbia Institute of Technology.
|James M. McDonald, PGeo|
Mr. McDonald brings Northern Vertex over 25 years experience in the international mining sector. He has a proven track record developing and advancing projects from the start-up phase to production. Among his credits, he co-founded and successfully developed National Gold (which merged with Alamos Minerals) to form Alamos Gold for which he was a Director and served on the technical committee until June 2012. He also formerly served as President of Genco Resources, during which time it operated the La Guitarra Mine, an underground silver mine located in Mexico. Mr. McDonald, P. Geo. is a qualified person under National Instrument 43-101.
|David Farrell, B.Comm., LL.B|
Mr. Farrell is President of Davisa Consulting, a private consulting firm working with junior to mid-tier global mining companies. Prior to founding Davisa, he was Managing Director, Mergers & Acquisitions at Endeavour Financial where he successfully closed over US$25 billion worth of M&A transactions for junior and mid-tier natural resource companies. Before his 12 years at Endeavour Financial, David was a lawyer at Stikeman Elliott, working in Vancouver, Budapest and London. Mr. Farrell graduated from the University of British Columbia with a B.Comm (Honours, Finance) and an LL.B and is called to the bar in both British Columbia and England. David also serves as a director and audit committee member of Fortuna Silver Mines Inc. and is a board and finance committee member of Yaletown House, a non-profit, critical-care seniors' residence in downtown Vancouver.
|Gordon D. Ulrich, B.A. Sc. M.B.A., P.Eng|
Mr. Ulrich is mining executive with over 40 years senior level experience. He was President and CEO of Luscar Ltd., a major energy company (coal, oil and gas) from 1990-2001 and successfully took Luscar public with the Luscar Coal Income Fund in 1996 with a $500 million IPO. During his tenure, Luscar grew significantly and doubled in size to revenues of $700 million. He served as an independent director of a number of Canadian resource companies and is an active community member who continues to serve on not-for-profit organizations including Alberta electric System Operators. Mr. Ulrich, a graduate of U.B.C. with a B.A. Sc. in geological engineering and an M.B.A., is also a registered professional engineer in B.C. and Alberta (life member in Alberta).