Mr. C.J. (Charlie) Greig, M.Sc, P.Geo.
Mr. Greig is President of C.J. Greig & Associates Ltd., which provides
geological consulting services to clients throughout British Columbia and
farther afield. Past projects include work on Brucejack Lake (Pretivm), Red
Mountain (Lac Minerals, IDM), Silbak Premier (Westmin, Ascot), IKE
(HDI-Amarc), and others. Mr. Greig currently serves as VP Exploration of GT
Gold Corp. where he led the exploration team that delivered the very large
scale Saddle North copper-gold and Saddle South gold-silver discoveries. GT
Gold Corp. recently accepted a takeover offer from Newmont Corp. for $CAD456
million. In 2020, Mr. Greig was awarded the AME 2020 H.H. “Spud” Huestis
Award for significant contributions to enhancing the mineral resources of BC
and/or the Yukon Territory.
Mr. Finley Bakker, P.Geo.
Mr. Bakker is a seasoned Professional Geoscientist with over 40 years of experience leading geological and engineering teams in the mining industry with expertise in both underground and open pit operations. Mr. Bakker has a proven record of resource and reserve estimation and expansion and has worked for Hawthorne Gold Corp., Adanac Molybdenum Corporation, North American Tungsten, Westmin Resources and Noranda Mines Geco. As Superintendent of Technical Services he was responsible for mining geology, exploration geology, engineering and resources and reserves estimation at the Cantung tungsten mine. This is of particular value to Happy Creek’s shareholders through the planned development of the Company’s Fox tungsten project.
Jason Bahnsen, B.Sc, MBA
Mr. Bahnsen has over 35 years of experience in mine operations, company restructuring, company leadership, and providing strategic and corporate finance advice to listed and private resource companies globally. During his career Jason has worked with resource companies in multiple countries including Canada, Australia, Indonesia, China and the UK. Mr. Bahnsen holds a B.Sc in Mining Engineering from Queen’s University, Canada and an MBA from University of New England, Australia.