Global Atomic Strengthens Board of Directors
Toronto, ON: Global Atomic Corporation (“Global Atomic” or the “Company”; TSX: GLO; Frankfurt: G12; OTCQX: GLATF) is pleased to announce the appointment of Dean Chambers, P.Eng, ICD.D to the Company’s Board of Directors effective immediately.
Mr. Chambers is a professional engineer and financial executive with extensive operational, financial, M&A, capital project, and project finance experience. His career as a senior executive in the mining and chemical industries includes progressive positions with The Dow Chemical Company, Falconbridge Limited, Dynatec Corporation and Sherritt International. At the time of his retirement from Sherritt in 2017, Mr. Chambers held the position of Executive Vice President and CFO. He currently serves as an independent director on the Boards of Clean Air Metals and Mountain Province Diamonds. Previously, he served as an independent director and chair of the audit committee on the Board of North American Palladium. Mr. Chambers holds the ICD.D designation from the Institute of Corporate Directors. He also serves on the Industrial Advisory Committee for the Engineering and Management program at McMaster University.
Stephen G. Roman, Chairman, President and CEO of Global Atomic said, “During his extensive career in the mining and chemical industries, Dean Chambers led numerous large capital market, M&A, and project finance transactions. His wealth of experience in this area is a welcome addition to our Board as we complete the feasibility study for the Dasa Project and arrange project financing to begin construction early next year. His financial expertise will be a valued addition to our Audit Committee.” In joining Global Atomic Board of Directors, Mr. Chambers commented, “I am excited by this opportunity to join the Global Atomic team. It is impressive how management has structured the Company and the Dasa Project and it is a privilege to join them at this early stage of such a long-life asset. I look forward to contributing to Global Atomic’s success as it continues to meet the critical development milestones to bring Dasa into production.”