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:: Global Leaders Join CEEC’s Board
CEEC International Ltd welcomed three new directors to the Board at its recent Annual General Meeting. Maryse Belanger, Mary Stewart and Ivan Mullany bring diverse skills and global expertise to CEEC’s leadership team.
Ms. Belanger was appointed Senior Vice President, Technical Services at Goldcorp in 2012. Ms. Belanger has previously held the roles of Vice President, Technical Services and Director, Technical Services at Goldcorp over the last four years. With over 25 years’ experience in the mining industry, Ms. Belanger is currently responsible for managing the company’s Technical Services team by overseeing all aspects of geology, geostatistics, mine planning, metallurgy, tailings, hydrology, rock mechanics, geotechnical engineering, underground development, energy, innovation strategy and project management. Her team provides support to the mining operations, prepares pre-feasibility and feasibility studies, implements best practices and corporate standards as well as provides oversight to corporate development activities. Prior to joining Goldcorp, Ms. Belanger was Director, Technical Services for Kinross Gold Corporation from 2003 to 2009. Her experience covers all commodities on four continents. Ms Belanger holds a Bachelor degree in Geology and a graduate certificate in Geostatistics. She is fluent in English, French, Spanish and Portuguese.
Mary Stewart is the General Manager Consulting for Energetics, Australia’s largest specialist energy and carbon consultancy. Through the various positions she has held with Energetics over nine years with them she has worked on many Australian mine sites across all aspects of energy and carbon management from site assessments to corporate reporting and audit. . Mary is a recognised international expert on Life Cycle Assessment as it applies to resources; she was chief Rapporteur on LCA for the MMSD project. She is also an expert in developing carbon footprints and carbon neutral positions. She sits on the editorial board of the Sustainability Accounting, Management and Policy Journal, was a member of the AusIMM’s Sustainability Committee and its Energy and Climate Change sub-committee.. She has a BSc (Chem Eng) from the University of the Witwatersrand, and a PhD from the University of Cape Town.
Ivan Mullany was appointed Senior Vice President, Capital Projects for Barrick Gold in August 2011. The global Capital Projects group, in partnership with the regional business units, is responsible for developing Barrick’s project pipeline on budget and on schedule in a safe and environmentally friendly manner. Mr Mullany has 30 years of experience in the mining industry, including leadership roles in large firms such as Iron Ore Company Canada (Rio Tinto) and Emperor Mines Limited. He has worked around the globe, including stints in Australia, Fiji, France and Canada. He joined Barrick in 2004 as Manager, Metallurgy and Process Development, and served as the metallurgical lead for annual Life-of-Mine planning, the Placer Dome acquisition, and the Pueblo Viejo feasibility study. In 2008, he became Senior Director Metallurgy and Process Development, and was promoted to Vice President in 2009 and Senior Vice President in 2010. In 2009 through to 2011, he led the Operations Support group, coordinating the technical specialists and global standards needed to help operations reach a high level of performance. He is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (FAusIMM) and a member of the Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (CIMM). He is a graduate of the Extractive Metallurgy program at Murdoch University, and has undertaken graduate diploma studies in Mining as well as Applied Finance and Investment.
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