|ROBERT T. BOYD|
Position: President, CEO & Director
Mr. Boyd is a senior mining executive with over 35 years experience in exploration, executive-level management, corporate finance and corporate governance. He formerly held the position of President, CEO and Director of Athabasca Potash Corporation, a Saskatchewan potash exploration company and prior to that he was the President, CEO and Director of Ashton Mining of Canada Inc., a leading and successful diamond exploration company. Prior to Ashton, Mr. Boyd was a founding principal and major shareholder of a financial and strategic advisory firm to the mining and mineral exploration industry and was also formerly Vice President Exploration for Homestake Canada Limited. Mr. Boyd is a widely respected geologist and gemmologist. He currently serves as a Director of Peregrine Diamonds Ltd, True North Gems Inc, Condor Resources Inc., the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada, and the Association for Mineral Exploration B.C. He is a member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of B.C., the Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, the Society of Economic Geologists, and a Fellow of the Geological Association of Canada, and Gemmological Associations of Great Britain and Canada.
Position: Chief Financial Officer and Corporate Secretary
Ms. Cheng brings a strong background to the CFO role, having held that position at Atna Resources for ten years. Her familiarity with the financial and regulatory requirements of the junior resource sector greatly enhance the Endurance management team.
|H. ROSS ARNOLD|
Ross Arnold, who holds a Bachelor of Arts and a Juris Doctor degree from Duke University, is currently the Chief Executive Officer of Quest Capital Corp., a private investment and management company, which owns or controls over thirty companies with annual revenues in excess of US$250 Million. Ross brings an enormous amount of practical business experience to the Board, and shares the desire to build a new and substantive resource company.
Richard Gilliam, a graduate of the University of Virginia's College at Wise, has spent his lifetime building and operating coal mining companies. He is the past president and founder of Cumberland Resources Corporation, which was one of the largest privately owned coal mining companies in the United States. As of 2010, the Virginia based Cumberland, produced 7.8 million tons of coal per year with 2009 revenues of $550 million. In March 2010, Massey Energy purchased Cumberland for US$960 million in cash and shares. Richard brings to the board a fundamental understanding of building and operating a new resource company.
|J. CHRISTOPHER MITCHELL|
Chris Mitchell is a metallurgist whose career in the mining industry spans more than four decades in Canada, the United States, Australia and South America, initially in operations and project development, followed by more than 35 years in the marketing of base and precious metals concentrates, environmental permitting and senior executive positions in corporate finance and administration. Since 2003, he has been the President of Adera Company Management, a private company that provides financial and administrative services to clients in the junior exploration section. He has served as Chief Financial Officer of several public companies, including First Point Minerals Corp., Independence Gold Corp. and Silver Quest Resources Ltd. Earlier in his career he was a Senior Vice President of Viceroy Resource Corp. and Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Orvana Minerals Corp.
Mr. Pease is the former President, CEO and a former Director for Sabina Gold & Silver Corp., a company focused on the development of the Back River gold deposits in Nunavut Canada. Mr. Pease was previously the founder, President, CEO and Director of Terrane Metals Corp. from its inception in 2006 until its acquisition in 2010 by Thompson Creek Metals Company. Terrane was focused on the development of the Mt Milligan gold and copper project. Mr. Pease guided the company through development studies and permitting, and initiated construction prior to the acquisition by Thompson Creek. He was also formerly a Director and Strategic Advisor for Richfield Ventures, a mineral exploration and development company focused on the Blackwater Gold project in central British Columbia, Canada. Richfield was acquired by New Gold Inc in mid 2011. Mr. Pease is also currently a Director of Pilot Gold and Red Eagle Mining, both a mineral exploration and development companies.
Previously, he was employed by the Placer Dome group for 25 years. From 2002 to 2006, Mr. Pease was the General Manager, Canada Exploration and Global Major Projects, where he was responsible for managing all aspects of Placer Dome's Canadian exploration, and overseeing the geological aspects of world-wide advanced stage, major exploration and development projects. Mr. Pease holds a B.Sc. degree in Earth Science from the University of Waterloo, a Professional Geologist (British Columbia) certification and is a Fellow of the Geological Association of Canada. He is a Past-Chairman of the Association for Mineral Exploration British Columbia, and in 2010 was named "BC Mining Person of the year" by the Mining Association of BC.