Dr Karen Lloyd
Chief Strategy Officer
Dr Lloyd is an experienced resources executive with 27 years' experience gained with some of the major mining, consulting, and investment houses globally. She is a qualified geologist, mineral economist and mining engineer and specialises in mineral asset valuation, investment due diligence, and corporate advisory services. At Genmin, she is responsible for identifying important capital projects, joint ventures, potential M&A targets, and other strategic partnership opportunities, as well as overseeing the execution of business initiatives. Dr Lloyd has the appropriate relevant qualifications, experience, competence and independence to be considered a ‘Specialist’ and ‘Competent Person’ under the VALMIN Code (2015) and JORC Code (2012), respectively.
Chief Finance Officer
Salina is Certified Practising Accountant and qualified Company Secretary with over 20 years’ experience with major resources companies including Alcoa and Santos, which is one of the largest 25 companies (by market capitalisation) on the ASX. An industry professional, Salina has a demonstrated track record of leading highly-skilled, successful financial teams. Her proven expertise includes driving efficiency and productivity through evaluation of financial management systems and implementation of process improvements across organisations.
Group Exploration Manager
Mathieu is a geologist with over 10 years' experience in mineral exploration with a strong focus on mapping and GIS. Mathieu is responsible for the planning and implementation of Genmin's exploration programs at Company's projects.
Prior to joining Genmin, Mathieu was a consultant at SRK where he conducted regional to prospect-scale lithological and structural mapping for iron ore, base and precious metals in remote places of Africa (Gabon, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, Guinea and Mauritania), SE Asia (Indonesia, Malaysia) and South America. On several projects, Mathieu was responsible for drilling supervision and lithological/ structural drill core studies (Gabon, Guinea, Queensland, and Malaysia).