The directors of Thor Mining Plc have announced the appointment of Nicole Galloway Warland, previously Exploration Manager, to the Board position of Managing Director with immediate effect.
Chairman, Mick Billing will relinquish the role of CEO, remaining as Executive Chairman.
Galloway Warland, who graduated from the University of Technology, Sydney with a BSc (Hons) Applied Geology, has had a career spanning more than 25 years in the mining and exploration industry, working across a broad range of jurisdictions and geological provinces in Australia, Eastern Europe, and South America.
Her experience spans from grassroots exploration through to project evaluation, and both opencast and underground mining. Her commodity focus to date has principally been on gold, copper-gold, base metals, nickel, uranium, and lithium.
Nicole is an active member of the geological fraternity, with a Directorship on the Federal Council of the Australian Institute of Geoscientists (AIG) and Chairs the annual South Australian Exploration and Mining Conference (SAEMC). She is a Fellow of the Gemmology Association of Australia (GAA) and has a diploma in Gemmology from the GAA.
Mick Billing, Executive Chairman of Thor Mining, commented: "On behalf of the board, I would like to congratulate Nicole Galloway Warland on her promotion to the position of Managing Director. Her performance, commitment, and enthusiasm as Exploration Manager has been outstanding, and we believe she is more than ready for the additional challenges of her new role."
"Thor Mining has a diverse portfolio of high-quality projects in commodities such as copper, uranium and gold that are highly favoured by the market at the current time. These projects are now entering a very busy period of exploration activity and we look forward to the contribution of Nicole and her team."
Read the article online at: https://www.globalminingreview.com/finance-business/20042021/thor-mining-appoints-managing-director/
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