The Management of Global Atomic Corporation (“Global Atomic”) combines +200 years experience in mining, finance and energy sectors.
Stephen G. Roman is the founder, Chairman, President and CEO of Global Atomic Corporation, and was previously the President & CEO of TSX listed Harte Gold Corp. Mr. Roman has successfully identified, financed, developed, and brought into commercial production many mining and oil and gas projects in the past 40 years and notably he was the founder, Co-Chairman and Director of Gold Eagle Mines Ltd., that was acquired by Goldcorp Inc. for $1.5 Billion in 2008. Previously he was a Policy Advisor to the Minister of National Defence, Canada, and he also spearheaded the privatization of two major petrochemical companies in Central Europe, as well as working with Denison Mines, Gabriel Resources, Belo Sun Mining, Exall Energy, Silvermet and Polar Star Mining among others. Mr. Roman was awarded the honour of “Prospector of the Year” for 2016 and received the “Bill Dennis Award” from the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) in March, 2016.
George Flach is an Hons. BSc Graduate Geologist from University of Waterloo and a Canadian P. Geo with over 30 years experience. George has been instrumental and or the principal geologist in the discovery of six major gold mines to date each made up of numerous individual deposits for total ounce count in the range of 35 million ounces. These in order of discovery are Bogosu (5moz) and Tarkwa (25moz) as well as Hwini-Butre/Benso (2moz) all in Ghana, as well as the Goulagou deposit (2moz) in Burkina Faso. Recently, George has been key to the discovery and development of the Sugar Zone deposits for Harte Gold in Canada that are in the range of 2 million ounces.
Concurrently, George has been Vice President of Exploration for Global Atomic over the last 13 years and along with his team is responsible for the discovery of the Dasa Uranium deposit as well as the others for Global in Niger that total over 300 million pounds of U3O8.
Ronald S. Halas, P.Eng., is the Chief Operating Officer at Global Atomic Corporation. Mr. Halas has over 30 years of diverse experience including open pit and underground mining in both base and precious metals. He has worked with major mining companies including Kinross, IAMGOLD, Vale, PT Freeport Indonesia, Placer Dome, and Cominco. His extensive experience in mine feasibility, development, and operations has been gained in Canada, Indonesia, New Caledonia, Suriname, Brazil, and Mauritania.
Mr. Halas gained experience in the management of Technical Studies while working as the Chief Operating Officer at Spanish Mountain Gold and as Vice President Commercial, South America at IAMGOLD. In Ron’s latest role as Operations Director at Kinross Gold’s Tasiast Mine in Mauritania, several records were achieved in 2019 in terms of safety, metal production, and cost reduction.
Rein A. Lehari is the Chief Financial Officer of Global Atomic Corporation and was CFO, President and Director of Silvermet prior to its merger with Global Atomic in 2017. Mr. Lehari was previously the CFO for Harte Gold Corp. and trained as an accountant (CPA qualified) and was previously a partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers. Rein became President of Reindalyne Enterprises Inc, in 2002, which provides financial consulting services. He graduated in Commerce from the University of Toronto.
Merlin Marr-Johnson is Executive Vice-President of Global Atomic Corporation, and is Director, VP Corporate Development of TSX listed Salazar Resources. Merlin has 25 years’ experience in the minerals sector, including work as an exploration geologist for Rio Tinto, an analyst for HSBC and a portfolio manager for Blakeney Management. Merlin has worked on projects in South America, Africa, Central Asia and Europe, and as CEO has brought two companies to AIM, London. He is a graduate in geology from Manchester University and holds a Master’s Degree in Mineral Deposit Evaluation from the Royal School of Mines, Imperial College.
Fergus Kerr is Mining Consultant for Global Atomic Corporation and a Director for Harte Gold Corp. Fergus has over 40 years experience in the mining industry mostly senior management in Canadian underground mines. He was General Manager at Denison Mines, Elliot Lake and subsequently Area Manager of Mines for INCO Ltd. In Sudbury, Ontario. He was then appointed Director, Mining Sector with the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board, Toronto, Ontario. Fergus has also served as Employer Co-Chair of the Mining Health, Safety and Prevention Review, and has consulted in Indonesia, Mongolia, Australia, South Africa and North America. A graduate in Mining Engineering from the Royal School of Mines, he holds a B.Sc. (Mining) and ARSM and is a registered Professional Engineer in the Province of Ontario.
Peter Wollenberg is Director of Exploration and Resource Development at Global Atomic Corporation. Peter has over 38 years of experience in the uranium exploration and mining business. He has worked in Europe, Canada, Africa and Australia, including work as an exploration geologist and VP Exploration for Urangesellschaft, and joined Cogema/Areva where he worked as senior mine geologist at the Cluff Lake uranium mine and as exploration manager both in Australia and Niger. He was responsible for the quality management system at Areva Resources Canada Inc. and was the Director Exploration North America. He is a graduate of the Technical University of Munich and holds a BSc, MSc and PhD degree in Geology and Geoscience.
Timothy Campbell has over twenty-five years of experience in the mining sector involved with numerous companies from early stage to production, and the transition from private company to exchange-listed issuer status. Tim’s expertise is in corporate finance, regulatory compliance, government relations and permitting, local community and aboriginal consulting. He has held the positions of Vice President and Corporate Secretary of Global Atomic Corporation and of Harte Gold Corporation since June 2010. Tim holds a B.A in History and Economics from the University of Toronto.