Mr. Bradley Langille
President & CEO
Mr. Langille was the co-founder of both Gammon Gold Inc. and Mexgold Resources Inc. and served as a Director and Chief Executive Officer of both companies. Mr. Langille successfully developed both company's projects from grass roots to commercial production in Mexico, raising in excess of $500 million for the development and construction of both mines. Mr. Langille was an integral part of the growth and success of Gammon Gold Inc., and Mexgold Resources Inc. Mr. Langille directed the growth and development of the Ocampo mine and the El Cubo mine from 1999 through 2007. Mr. Langille was Strategic Advisor for Nayarit Gold Inc. from 2007 to 2010 and with his guidance developed the project from initial stages through scoping study and was instrumental in the company being acquired by Capital Gold Corporation in 2010. Mr. Langille has been a strategic advisor to GoGold since 2011.
Mr. Dana M. Hatfield, CA
Chief Financial Officer and Director
Prior to joining GoGold, Mr. Hatfield served as Chief Financial Officer for Brigus Gold Corp. from 2011 to 2012, Senior Vice President Finance for AuRico Gold Inc. from 2007 to 2011 and Director of Finance with the Eastern Canada division of Sysco Corporation from 2004 to 2007, where Mr. Hatfield oversaw financial reporting, internal controls, budgeting and planning, equity and debt financings, and all operational finance functions. Prior to this he was a Senior Manager with an international accounting firm advising various public companies on Canadian and US stock exchange regulations, equity financings, and general financial management. Mr. Hatfield is a Chartered Professional Accountant and has a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Mr. Anis Nehme, MASc. Eng.
Chief Operating Officer
Mr. Nehme holds a Master of Applied Sciences (Engineering) degree from Dalhousie University and has more than 10 years of experience in the mining industry, with extensive experience in both open pit and underground mining. Mr. Nehme joined GoGold in 2011 and until January 11, 2016, he worked as the Mexico Manager. Prior to joining GoGold Resources Inc. in 2011, Mr. Nehme held a number of roles at Gammon Gold Inc. including VP Projects where he was critical in the construction of the company’s flagship Ocampo mine and the Assistant Manager of Gammon’s El Cubo mine. Through working in Mexico, Mr. Nehme brings extensive experience in contract negotiation and permitting.
Mr. John Turner
Director, Chairman of the Board
John Turner is the leader of Fasken's Global Mining Group. Fasken is a leading international business law and litigation firm with eight offices with more than 700 lawyers across Canada and in the UK and South Africa. Fasken's Global Mining Group has been #1 ranked globally 11 times since 2005, including for the past five years in a row. Mr. Turner has been involved in many of the leading corporate finance and merger and acquisition deals in the resources sector primarily through companies active in the Americas, Africa, Eastern Europe and Australia, and has successfully acted for the financial arranger or sponsor of several global major resources projects.
Mr. Turner is a recipient of the Queen's Golden Jubilee Medal for his services in the autism sector and is a non-executive director of Galaxy Resources Limited, a global lithium company listed on the Australian Securities Exchange.
Mr. Phillip Gaunce, CA
Phillip Gaunce is the Chief Operating Officer, Canada and President – East Region, Canada of Arthur J. Gallagher Canada Limited, an insurance brokerage. Mr. Gaunce is a current member of CPA Nova Scotia. Mr. Gaunce has been a board member and audit committee member for RediShred Capital Corp. since October, 2006. Mr. Gaunce served on the Board of Governors at Saint Mary’s University from 2011 to 2014. He was a board member at the IWK Health Centre from September, 2001 to 2007 where he served on the Audit Committee from April, 2003 to September, 2007. Mr. Gaunce was also on the Audit Committee for the IWK Foundation from October, 2008 to September 2012. Mr. Gaunce received his Bachelor of Commerce degree from Saint Mary’s University in 1984 and his CPA, CA designation in 1986.
Mr. George F. Waye, FCA
George Waye is a retired partner (2009) of Ernst & Young LLP where he provided services to significant global and local public and private sector clients in various industries and sectors. Mr. Waye was Chairman or Lead Director of Nautel Limited from October 2011 to April 2016, a private Canadian manufacturer of broadcast transmission equipment, and since 2009 has been Managing Director of GFW Advisory Inc, a private advisory firm. He is a current or former member of the Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada in Nova Scotia, British Columbia, Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Quebec. Mr. Waye has lectured at McGill University, as well as for provincial institutes of chartered professional accountants. Mr. Waye received his Bachelor of Commerce degree from Dalhousie University in 1970, his CPA, CA designation in 1972 and was awarded his FCAP, FCA designation in 2002.
Mr. Terrence R. Cooper, Q.C.
Mr. Cooper is a retired member of the Nova Scotia Barristers Society. Mr. Cooper was a practicing member in Nova Scotia for forty-two years serving as a solicitor with the Nova Scotia Department of the Attorney General prior to co-founding the law firm of Cooper & McDonald in Halifax where he was partner for thirty years. He also practiced with the law firm of Boyne Clarke in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia and acted as a per diem Crown Attorney for seven years. Mr. Cooper holds a B.A. from Saint Mary's University and a B.Ed. and LL.B. from Dalhousie University. He is a former member of the Canadian Bar Association and the American Trial Lawyers' Association.
Mr. Cooper served as an independent director of AuRico Gold Inc. from April 27, 2009 until October 26, 2011. During his tenure with AuRico Gold Inc., Mr. Cooper served as Chairman of the Nominating & Corporate Governance Committee and as a member of the Audit and Compensation Committees.