Management

Gary Musil
CEO, President & Director

Mr. Musil has more than 30 years of management and financial consulting experience and has served as an officer and director on numerous public companies since 1988. This experience has resulted in his overseeing the financial aspects and expenditures on exploration projects in Peru, Chile, Eastern Europe (Slovak Republic), and British Columbia, Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick (Canada). Prior to this, he was employed for 15 years with Dickenson Mines Ltd. and Kam-Kotia Mines Ltd. as a Controller for the producing silver/lead/zinc mine in the interior of British Columbia Canada. Mr.Musil currently serves as an Officer/Director on several TSX Venture Exchange public companies


Fraser Rieche
CFO/Corporate Secretary/Director

Mr. Rieche has a BA in Economics and has 25 years experience in International project management, logistics planning and corporate finance having worked with resource based industries and financial institutions worldwide. He has helped to develop and finance mining projects in both North America and South America along with energy projects, oil and gas projects, fisheries projects and forestry projects in many different areas of the world. Mr. Rieche has worked with NGO's and was a lead consultant in preparing a report submitted to the United Nations which examined options for legitimizing the mining of coltan and tantalum in National Parks and Wildlife refuges in the Congo. Mr. Rieche is a co-founder of and partner in SKU Media Corp., a public relations and marketing company and various other internet and media based companies.


Brent Griffin, BSc. Geo.
Director

Mr. Griffin is a graduate of U.B.C. with a BSc. in geology. He has been with Noranda Exploration, The Geological Survey of Canada and Similkameen Mining in various exploration related positions. He is presently a director of International T.M.E. Resources Inc. and former director of M.L. Cass Petroleum Corp.


Bruce Bried, P.Eng.
Director

Mr. Bried has over thirty years of management responsibilities and experience in the mining industry in various capacities in Engineering, Reclamation and Operations. His significant experience in the last ten years has been VP Operations for Endeavour Silver Corp., General Manager of Kinross Gold USA Inc., Lupin Mine, Homestake Mining Company as General Manager of the Lead Mine in South Dakota and the Snip Mine in British Columbia. Prior to that he was the Mine Superintendent at Eskay Creek in British Columbia and Chief Engineer and Mine Superintendent at Teck-Corona (Homestake) Operating Corporation's David Bell Mine in Marathon, Ontario.


Roger Agyagos
Director

Mr. Agyagos has a Diploma in Management Systems from BCIT. Since 1995 he has been providing office management and financial consulting services to various private and public companies. Mr. Agyagos has been a director of Montoro since January 1998.


Advisory Board


Everett F. Makela, P.Geo

Mr. Makela brings over 30 years of exploration experience and solid expertise to the Montoro Resources team.

The Sudbury native began his career in 1981 as a geological assistant with pre-Vale Inco. During his career with Inco and Vale, Everett held roles of increasing responsibility in settings ranging from grassroots evaluations to near-mine resource definition. By the time he retired in 2012, Makela was Vale’s principal geologist for North America. “I’ve worked alongside some of the leading experts in nickel exploration and benefited greatly from access to the resources of leading global nickel companies,” he says. “My experience spans the gamut from target generation, design and implementation of exploration programs, creation of joint venture and alliances, through to the resource definition stage.”

Everett brings wide-ranging Canadian and multinational exploration experience to the team, along with “years of focus on Sudbury and Voisey’s Bay that have provided me with a strong background in world-class mineralized systems and the business of building mines.” In fact Makela served on the Inco team that conducted initial due diligence prior to the multi-billion-dollar Voisey’s acquisition.

Everett holds an Honours Bachelor of Science in Geology from Laurentian University, and is a member of APGO, PEGNL, PDAC and SEG. He is currently VP of Exploration for Equitas Resources Corp., and a Director of the private exploration consulting firm EFMX Consulting Ltd.


Thomas S. Drolet

Mr. Drolet has had a 43 year career in many phases of Energy Nuclear, Coal, Natural Gas, and Geothermal (all including commercial aspects, R&D, Engineering, Operations and Consulting). Mr. Drolet was born in Ottawa, Canada and has a bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering from Royal Military College of Canada, a Master's of Science degree in Nuclear Technology/Chemical engineering and a DIC from Imperial College, University of London, England. He has spent 26 years with Ontario Hydro in various engineering, research and operations functions (predominately Nuclear Energy). He formed and headed Canada's R&D Program into Fusion (CFFTP) in 1982 and then moved into International Commercial work with Ontario Hydro International, a spin-off of the world's fourth largest electrical utility, where he was name President and CEO in 1993.

Thomas was then appointed Managing Director of American Electric Power Canada, and President of Canadian Energy Opportunities, Inc. where he was involved in mergers, acquisitions and other consulting activities in the Canadian and US power sectors.


Gregory J. Campbell, MSc.

Mr. Campbell has had a 40 year career in the geological field. Greg Campbell was granted a Hon. BSc. in Geology, followed by a MSc. Degree from Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ontario.

Greg started his career for DuPont Canada as a Field Geologist exploring for Cu-Zn VMS in the Back River Area, NWT. He then continued for seven years as an Exploration Geologist with BP Minerals Ltd. and BP-Selco Ltd. conducting exploration for unconformity-style uranium deposits in the Coppermine River, Port Radium, and Baker Lake Areas of the NWT; the Athabasca Basin in northeast Alberta, and the Nipigon area of Ontario. He proceeded further in exploration for gold in the Island Lake area of northeast Manitoba, gold and VMS exploration programs in the Birch Lake-Springpole Lake areas of northwest Ontario.

From 1983-1988 Mr. Campbell conducted exploration and drilling programs for Au and Cu-Zn VMS in the Kenora, Red Lake and the Confederation Lake area of northwest Ontario for BP Resources Canada Ltd. His work involved evaluating property submittals and visits to numerous Cu-Ni prospects in Saskatchewan, Manitoba, NW Ontario and the Sudbury area to ascertain their PGM (Platinum Group Metal) potentials.

In 1992 he formed and became the President of Precambrian Ventures Ltd. to acquire, evaluate and upgrade mineral properties for option and sale. Precambrian has properties that are owned or have been optioned-out for gold, PGM’s, Cu-Zn VMS, uranium-rare earths, and copper-gold that are mainly within Ontario.

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