Board-of-Directors

Hudbay’s Board of Directors is responsible for overseeing the company’s business and providing guidance to management to assist in meeting corporate objectives and maximizing shareholder value.

Alan R. Hibben , , , Chairman

Committee memberships: Corporate Governance and Nominating Committee (Chair)

Mr. Hibben has held several senior positions with RBC Capital Markets,including his current role as Managing Director, which he assumed on his return to RBC in March 2011. He was a principal with Shakerhill Partners Ltd. from July 2007 to January 2009. From January 2009 to February 2011 he was a partner with Blair Franklin Capital Partners Inc., a financial advisory firm. Mr. Hibben received his Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Toronto. He is qualified as a Canadian Chartered Accountant and also holds the CFA designation. He is a Certified Director of the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD.D).

W. Warren Holmes , , , Director

Committee memberships: Environmental, Health, Safety and Sustainability Committee (Chair), Technical Committee
Mr. Holmes was Hudbay’s Executive Vice Chairman from November 2009 to July 2010 and its Interim Chief Executive Officer from January 2010 to July 2010. He has over 40 years of mining industry experience, most notably with Noranda Inc. (1964 to 1986) where he was Vice President and General Manager of Pamour Porcupine Mines Limited, and with Falconbridge Limited (1986 to 2002), where he was Senior Vice-President of Canadian Mining Operations. Since his retirement from Falconbridge, Mr. Holmes is currently a corporate director. Mr. Holmes has been President of the Canadian Institute of Mining & Metallurgy, is a Professional Engineer and holds an engineering degree from Queen’s University and an MBA from the University of Western Ontario.

Alan J. Lenczner , , , Director

Committee memberships: Audit Committee, Compensation and Human Resources Committee

Mr. Lenczner has been a commercial litigator for over 40 years. He is Founding Partner and now Counsel at Lenczner Slaght Royce Smith Griffin LLP, a litigation-focused law firm. He is also a Commissioner of the Ontario Securities Commission. Mr. Lenczner has a B.A. (Hon.) and an M.A. He graduated from the University of Toronto with an LL.B. (Hons. Standing) in 1967 and was admitted to the Ontario Bar in 1969. He was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 1982.

Kenneth G. Stowe , , , Director

Committee memberships: Technical Committee (Chair), Compensation and Human Resources Committee

Mr. Stowe was Chief Executive Officer of Northgate Minerals Corporation from 2001 until his retirement in 2011. He spent the first 21 years of his career with Noranda Inc. in various operational, research and development, and corporate roles. He has also held senior positions at Diamond Fields Resources Inc. and Westmin Resources Limited. Mr. Stowe is a mining engineer with a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science from Queen’s University. In 2006 he was the recipient of the Canadian Mineral Processor of the Year award.

Sarah B. Kavanagh , , , Director

Committee memberships: Audit Committee (Chair), Corporate Governance and Nominating Committee

Ms. Kavanagh is a corporate director who served as a Commissioner at the Ontario Securities Commission from June 2011 through May 2016. In July 2016, Ms. Kavanagh was appointed to serve as a director of the Board of Valeant Pharmaceuticals International, Inc. Between 1999 and 2010, Ms. Kavanagh served in a number of senior investment banking roles at Scotia Capital Inc. She has also held senior financial positions in the corporate sector. Ms. Kavanagh graduated from Harvard Business School with a Masters in Business Administration and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts. Ms. Kavanagh completed the Directors Education Program at the Institute of Corporate Directors in 2011.

Igor Gonzales , , , Director

Committee memberships: Technical Committee, Environmental, Health, Safety and Sustainability Committee

Mr. Gonzales is from Cusco, Peru and has more than 30 years of experience in the mining industry. He was with Barrick Gold Corporation from 1998 to 2013, most recently as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. Between 1980 and 1996, Mr. Gonzales served in various roles with Southern Peru Copper Corporation. Mr. Gonzales has a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of San Antonio Abad in Cusco, Peru, and was a Fulbright Scholar at the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, where he earned a Master of Science degree in Extractive Metallurgy.

Carin S. Knickel , , , Director

Committee memberships: Compensation and Human Resources Committee (Chair), Corporate Governance and Nominating Committee

Ms. Knickel served as Corporate Vice President, Global Human Resources of ConocoPhillips from 2003 until her retirement in May 2012. She joined ConocoPhillips in 1979 and held various senior operating, planning and business development positions throughout her career in the US and Europe. Ms. Knickel holds a bachelor's degree in marketing and statistics from the University of Colorado and a master's degree in management from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Alan Hair , , , President and Chief Executive Officer,
Director

Alan Hair was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer and Director in January 2016. An accomplished leader of people and performance, Alan brings to his role 20 years knowledge of Hudbay and more than three decades of experience in the mining sector. As CEO, Alan’s role is to work with Hudbay’s Board of Directors and senior management to establish and execute the company’s vision and strategy. Previously, Alan served as Hudbay’s Chief Operating Officer from 2012 to 2015 and was responsible for all aspects of Hudbay’s operations and delivering against the Company’s production and growth commitments. He holds a degree in Mineral Engineering from the University of Leeds, England.

Carol T. Banducci , , , Director

Committee memberships: Audit Committee, Environmental, Health, Safety and Sustainability Committee

Ms. Banducci is Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of IAMGOLD Corporation. She joined IAMGOLD in July 2007, and she currently oversees all aspects of the finance, information technology and investor relations functions. From November 2005 through June 2007, Ms. Banducci was Vice President, Financial Operations of Royal Group Technologies, where she led comprehensive integration, restructuring and cost improvement initiatives. Previous executive finance roles include Chief Financial Officer of Canadian General-Tower Limited and Chief Financial Officer of Orica Explosives North America and ICI Explosives Canada & Latin America.

Colin Osborne , , , Director

Committee memberships: Audit Committee, Technical Committee

Mr. Osborne is President, Samuel Service Centers, a Division of Samuel, Son & Co. He joined Samuel Son & Co. in August 2015. From October 2007 through June 2015, Mr. Osborne was Chief Executive Officer and President of Vicwest Inc., and prior to that he was the Chief Operating Officer at Stelco Inc. where his duties included overseeing mining operations. Mr. Osborne has 30 years of broad experience in the metals, mining and manufacturing industry. He has completed the Executive Program at Queen’s University School of Business and holds a Bachelor of Engineering in Mining and Metallurgy from McGill University.

Richard Howes , ,

Mr. Howes is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Dundee Precious Metals Inc. and a Professional Mining Engineer with over 37 years' experience in the mining industry. He is a visionary leader in mining, organizational innovation and transformation to create competitive advantage and was recognized as the Outstanding Innovator of 2016 by the International Mining Technology Hall of Fame.

Throughout his career, Mr. Howes has been closely associated with the practices that make for world-class mining operations, including Inco’s North Mine which won the 2006 Ryan Award as the safest mine in Canada. His extensive industry experience includes progressive technical, operating, management and project roles in many of the largest underground mines and mining companies throughout Canada and internationally. Mr. Howes joined Dundee Precious Metals in early 2009 as General Manager and Executive Director of the Chelopech mine and, in November 2010, was appointed Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. In April 2013, he assumed the role of President and Chief Executive Officer.

Michael Anglin , ,

Michael Anglin brings over 30 years of experience in the base and precious metals industry, with a focus on South American and US operations and mine construction. He currently is the chair of the board of directors and member of the corporate governance and nominating committee of SSR Mining Inc.

Mr. Anglin spent 22 years with BHP Billiton Ltd., most recently serving as Vice President Operations and Chief Operating Officer of the Base Metals Group based in Santiago, Chile, before retiring in 2008. During his tenure at BHP Billiton, Mr. Anglin was responsible for operations, business development and HSEC (health, safety, environmental and compliance), technical support, governance and business improvement within BHP Billiton’s Base Metals Business Group, and for the majority of BHP Billiton’s large-scale open pit copper mines in South America. Mr. Anglin also has extensive experience in South American government and community relations.

Mr. Anglin graduated with a Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree in Mining Engineering from the Royal School of Mines, Imperial College, London in 1977 and attained a Master of Science degree from the Imperial College in London in 1985.

David Smith , ,

David Smith is a Corporate Director who has had a career on both the finance and the supply sides of business within the mining sector, with extensive international exposure.

Mr. Smith has more than 30 years of financial and executive leadership experience. Mr. Smith served as the Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President of Finning International Inc., a major equipment supplier to the mining industry with significant operations in Canada and South America, from 2009 to 2014. Prior to joining Finning, Mr. Smith served as Chief Financial Officer and a Vice President of Ballard Power Systems, Inc. from 2002 to 2009. Previously, he spent 16 years with Placer Dome Inc. in various senior positions and 4 years with PriceWaterhouseCoopers.

Mr. Smith has been involved in the acquisition, development, financing and operations of base/precious metal mines. During his tenure as a director at Nevsun Resources Lid., he was the chair of the audit committee, member of the corporate governance committee and oversaw the strategic review leading to the C$1.8 billion takeover offer from Zijin Mining. In addition, while acting as a director at Dominion Diamond Corporation, he was chair of the audit committee and member of the compensation committee, and a member of the special committee that led the $1.2 billion sale to Washington Companies.

Mr. Smith currently is a director of Pretium Resources Inc. and is a member of the Board of Governors of Collingwood School. Mr. Smith is a Certified Public Accountant, and holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from California State University, Sacramento. He has also completed the Institute of Corporate Directors course, Directors Education Program.

Alan R. Hibben , , , Chairman

Committee memberships: Corporate Governance and Nominating Committee (Chair)

Alan R. Hibben has over 40 years of experience as a business and financial leader, with proven success guiding businesses facing the challenges and opportunities related to growth, restructuring, acquisitions and divestitures.

Alan’s career includes a number of senior executive roles at RBC, including Managing Director in the Mergers and Acquisitions Group of RBC Capital Markets, where he was a senior member of the bank’s M&A group; Head, Strategy & Development at RBC Financial Group, where he was responsible for corporate strategy as well as merger, acquisition and development activities for the Bank. He was also Chief Executive Officer, RBC Capital Partners, the private equity investment arm of RBC Financial Group. Previously, Alan was first Chief Financial Officer, then Chief Operating Officer, and ultimately President of North American Trust Company, overseeing the restructuring and sale of the $4 billion, 650 employee organization. Since December 2014, he has been an advisor to the Province of Ontario and to several large public and private companies on strategic and other matters through his advisory and investment company, Shakerhill Partners Ltd.

Alan is a director of Extendicare Inc., Home Capital Group, DHX Media, and a director of the Mount Sinai Hospital Foundation. He sits on the Audit and Risk Management Committee and the Strategy and External Relations Committee of Sinai Health System. Alan received his B.Com. from the University of Toronto. He is qualified as a Canadian CPA and also holds the CFA designation. He is an Institute Certified Director (ICD.D) of the Institute of Corporate Directors.

W. Warren Holmes , , , Director

Committee memberships: Environmental, Health, Safety and Sustainability Committee (Chair), Technical Committee

W. Warren Holmes is a Professional Mining Engineer with over four decades of mining industry experience in a variety of leadership, operational and technical roles.

Warren has a distinguished mining career, serving as a board member of Hudbay since March 2009, and at various times serving as Executive Vice Chair, Interim CEO, and Chairman, where he provided strategic leadership across all business operations. He also served as Vice President and General Manager of Pamour Porcupine Mines Limited for Noranda Inc., and Senior Vice-President of Canadian Mining Operations for Falconbridge Limited. In these roles, he led the organizations to improved unit cost, safety, and environmental performance.

He has also led a number of industry and industry-government organizations concerned with policy, safety, research and environmental issues, including roles as president of the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy, and Petroleum; and co-chair of the Ontario Mining Cluster. He has also served as chairman of both the Ontario Mining Association and the Canadian Industrial Program of Energy Conservation (CIPEC). Warren earned a degree in Engineering from Queen’s University and an MBA from the University of Western Ontario.

Alan J. Lenczner , , , Director

Committee memberships: Audit Committee,Compensation and Human Resources Committee

Mr. Lenczner has been a commercial litigator for over 40 years. He is Founding Partner and now Counsel at Lenczner Slaght Royce Smith Griffin LLP, a litigation-focused law firm. He is also a Commissioner of the Ontario Securities Commission. Mr. Lenczner has a B.A. (Hon.) and an M.A. He graduated from the University of Toronto with an LL.B. (Hons. Standing) in 1967 and was admitted to the Ontario Bar in 1969. He was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 1982.

Kenneth G. Stowe , , , Director

Committee memberships: Technical Committee (Chair), Compensation and Human Resources Committee

Kenneth Stowe has more than 40 years of experience in the mining and natural resources sectors. Through his career he has successfully overseen a diverse assortment of mining operations in North and South America, Europe and Australia.

Kenneth served as President & CEO and Director for 12 years at Northgate Minerals. During his tenure, he oversaw the successful turnaround of the Kemess South open pit cu-au mine in northern British Columbia and the acquisition and turnaround of the Fosterville gold mine in Bendigo, Australia. He has also worked in senior roles at Westmin Resources Inc and Diamond Fields Resources Inc. He spent the first 21 years of his career with Noranda Inc., holding positions of increasing responsibility in a number of operational, research and development and corporate roles.

Kenneth serves as a Director on the board of Alamos gold. He holds both a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in Mining Engineering from Queen’s University. In 2006 he was the recipient of the Canadian Mineral Processor of the Year award.

Sarah B. Kavanagh , , , Director

Committee memberships: Audit Committee (Chair), Corporate Governance and Nominating Committee

Sarah Kavanagh is an experienced public company director. She has more than 30 years of capital markets experience and business leadership built over a long career in both senior investment banking and senior corporate financial roles in the United States and Canada.

Sarah held a number of senior leadership roles at Scotia Capital, including Head of Investment Banking where she was responsible for managing a large team of professionals covering the largest corporate clients in Canada and Head of Equity Capital Markets where she was responsible for delivering equity solutions to corporate clients and managing the firms’ risk on equity transactions. She has served as a CFO and CAO and has a strong understanding of business operations, financial planning and risk management.

Sarah has served as a director for of a number of public companies and organizations for the past 8 years. Her board experience covers a wide array of industries and she has extensive audit, governance, nominating and special committee experience. Sarah served as a Commissioner at the Ontario Securities Commission for 5 years where she was responsible for overseeing Ontario’s capital markets and serves as a federal government appointee on the board of Sustainable Development Technology Canada.

She was awarded a leadership award by Women in Capital Markets in 2008 and was recognized as one of Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100 in the director category in 2015.

Sarah currently serves as a director of Bausch Heath Companies, WPT Industrial REIT, AST and Sustainable Development Technology Canada. Sarah graduated from Harvard Business School with a Masters in Business Administration and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts. Sarah completed the Directors Education Program at the Institute of Corporate Directors in 2011.

Igor Gonzales , , , Director

Committee memberships: Technical Committee, Environmental, Health, Safety and Sustainability Committee

Igor Gonzales has over 30 years of experience with major mining companies with world-class mineral assets. He has experience overseeing large multinational mining operations in North and South American, and this includes extensive open pit and underground mines.

Igor was at Barrick Gold for 15 years and served as President of Barrick Gold South America for seven years where he was responsible for organizing, consolidating, operating and growing the South America region for Barrick. During this time, he oversaw all aspects of four operating mines in Peru, Chile and Argentina, from all operating aspects to community and in-country stakeholder and government relations. He went on to serve as Chief Operating Officer of Barrick Gold, responsible for 28 operations worldwide with responsibility for mine planning, budgeting and execution of a 7.2-million-ounce plan.

Born in Peru, Igor worked at Southern Peru Copper Corporation for 18 years in his early career. He worked in smelting, engineering, SX/EW operations and as the mill manager.

Igor currently serves as President and CEO of Sierra Metals. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of San Antonio Abad in Cusco, Peru, and was a Fulbright Scholar at the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, where he earned a Master of Science degree in Extractive Metallurgy.

Carin S. Knickel , , , Director

Committee memberships: Compensation and Human Resources Committee (Chair), Corporate Governance and Nominating Committee

Carin S. Knickel has over 30 years’ of experience in the energy industry, holding senior operating, planning and business development positions throughout her career in the US and Europe, and leading the integration of businesses, processes and people following transactions.

Carin spent over 30 years at ConocoPhillips, the world’s largest independent exploration and production company, where she most recently served as Corporate Vice President, Global Human Resources. In her role, she acted as a management representative to the Human Resources and Compensation Committee of ConocoPhillips Board of Directors, harmonizing executive compensation in a post-merger environment. She also transformed the human resources function from a disparate organization of five pre-merger companies to a global shared-service organization, delivering more than US$30 million in merger synergies. Prior to that, Carin held roles as President of Specialty Businesses where she managed a portfolio of technology-based businesses with revenues of US$2.1 billion, and also served as Vice President, Carbon Businesses, where she was appointed to lead a start-up carbon fiber business, overseeing the first US$200 million demonstration plant.

She currently serves as a director on the board of Vermilion Energy, and Whiting Oil Company. She also serves as chair of the Colorado/Wyoming Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Carin holds a Bachelor of Science, Marketing from the University of Colorado and a Master of Science in Management from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Alan Hair , , , President and Chief Executive Officer,
Director

As President & CEO of Hudbay Minerals Inc., Alan Hair provides overall leadership and direction for the company, relying on a strong foundation of experience built through more than 30 years’ experience in the mining and metals industry.

Alan first joined Hudson Bay Mining & Smelting Co. as a senior operational manager at a facility in Northern Manitoba in 1998. Since then he has served in a series of progressively senior roles, making important contributions to the company as it evolved into Hudbay Minerals Inc. in 2004. On the operational side, Alan’s leadership portfolios have included health and safety, human resources and environmental compliance. In 2008, he moved into Corporate Development, was promoted to Chief Operating Officer in 2012 and to President & CEO in January of 2016. Through his time as a senior leader at the company, he has overseen a number of critical strategic developments for Hudbay, such as the construction and development of Hudbay’s low-cost Constancia mine, the acquisition of Mason Resources, the re-positioning of the company’s Manitoba assets, and the permitting process of the Rosemont project in Arizona.

Prior to his work with Hudbay, Alan held a number of senior operational roles with Mount Isa Mines and Rustenburg Platinum Mines. Alan holds a Bachelor of Science in Mineral Engineering from the University of Leeds, England.

Carol T. Banducci , , , Director

Committee memberships: Audit Committee, Environmental, Health, Safety and Sustainability Committee

Carol Banducci brings more than 30 years of business leadership experience built over a career which has included operational, corporate and senior leadership roles around the world.

Carol is Executive Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer of IAMGOLD, a mining company with operations on three different continents. At IAMGOLD she helps to shape and drive the successful strategy of a complex business operating successfully in some challenging jurisdictions. She provides financial leadership and insight to ensure business operations and decisions are grounded in sound financial criteria. She also served as chair of Niobec Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of IAMGOLD, prior to orchestrating the $530 million sale of the business, a transaction which unlocked value for shareholders and helped focus IAMGOLD on core activities. She has served previously as a senior leader of a major plastics and polymer producer, making important contributions to a restructuring and turnaround of the business and, once it was sold, providing leadership to comprehensive integration, restructuring and cost-improvement initiatives. Prior to this, Carol has served as Chief Financial Officer of Orica Explosives North America and ICI Explosives Canada & Latin America – a global business selling product in 35 countries.

Carol serves as a director on the board of Euro Resources. She is a member of the National Association of Corporate Directors (USA), the Financial Executives Institute of Canada and the Canadian Board Diversity Council. Carol is a three-time recipient of the Women’s Executive Network Canada’s 100 Most Powerful Women. Also, in 2018, Carol was recognized by Women in Mining as one of the 100 Global Inspirational Women in Mining. Carol holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Toronto.

Colin Osborne , , , Director

Committee memberships: Audit Committee, Technical Committee

Colin Osborne has over 30 years’ experience in capital-intensive metals, mining and industrial manufacturing businesses. He is a seasoned executive with extensive experience providing leadership and direction in some of the most complex types of industrial and commodity-based businesses. He possesses a demonstrated track record of improving earnings and cash flow in highly-competitive environments.

Colin is President, Samuel Son and Co., one of North America’s largest commodity metals supply chain, distribution and manufacturing companies, where he led the transformation of a multi-segment, $2.5 billion business, repositioned the leadership team, put plans in place to optimize the portfolio, and increased EBITDA by 35%. Prior to this, he was CEO and President of Vicwest Inc, an industrial products company, where he led a complex multi-party sales process that segmented the business, and ultimately combined multiple transactions to deliver significant shareholder value. Prior to Vicwest, Mr. Osborne was Chief Operating Officer at Stelco Inc., where he oversaw all aspects of a diverse range of industrial businesses, including mining, and was part of a small core team which managed the business through one of Canada’s most complex multi-year restructuring and sale processes.

Colin has sat on a number of public, private, private equity and community boards, including Stelco; Vicwest; Onex; TPO, Samuel, Son and Co.; and McMaster Innovation. He received his Bachelor of Engineering degree from McGill University and has completed the Executive Program at Queens University School of Business.

Richard Howes , ,

Mr. Howes is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Dundee Precious Metals Inc. and a Professional Mining Engineer with over 37 years' experience in the mining industry. He is a visionary leader in mining, organizational innovation and transformation to create competitive advantage and was recognized as the Outstanding Innovator of 2016 by the International Mining Technology Hall of Fame.

Throughout his career, Mr. Howes has been closely associated with the practices that make for world-class mining operations, including Inco’s North Mine which won the 2006 Ryan Award as the safest mine in Canada. His extensive industry experience includes progressive technical, operating, management and project roles in many of the largest underground mines and mining companies throughout Canada and internationally. Mr. Howes joined Dundee Precious Metals in early 2009 as General Manager and Executive Director of the Chelopech mine and, in November 2010, was appointed Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. In April 2013, he assumed the role of President and Chief Executive Officer.

Michael Anglin , ,

Michael Anglin brings over 30 years of experience in the base and precious metals industry, with a focus on South American and US operations and mine construction. He currently is the chair of the board of directors and member of the corporate governance and nominating committee of SSR Mining Inc.

Mr. Anglin spent 22 years with BHP Billiton Ltd., most recently serving as Vice President Operations and Chief Operating Officer of the Base Metals Group based in Santiago, Chile, before retiring in 2008. During his tenure at BHP Billiton, Mr. Anglin was responsible for operations, business development and HSEC (health, safety, environmental and compliance), technical support, governance and business improvement within BHP Billiton’s Base Metals Business Group, and for the majority of BHP Billiton’s large-scale open pit copper mines in South America. Mr. Anglin also has extensive experience in South American government and community relations.

Mr. Anglin graduated with a Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree in Mining Engineering from the Royal School of Mines, Imperial College, London in 1977 and attained a Master of Science degree from the Imperial College in London in 1985.

David Smith , ,

David Smith is a Corporate Director who has had a career on both the finance and the supply sides of business within the mining sector, with extensive international exposure.

Mr. Smith has more than 30 years of financial and executive leadership experience. Mr. Smith served as the Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President of Finning International Inc., a major equipment supplier to the mining industry with significant operations in Canada and South America, from 2009 to 2014. Prior to joining Finning, Mr. Smith served as Chief Financial Officer and a Vice President of Ballard Power Systems, Inc. from 2002 to 2009. Previously, he spent 16 years with Placer Dome Inc. in various senior positions and 4 years with PriceWaterhouseCoopers.

Mr. Smith has been involved in the acquisition, development, financing and operations of base/precious metal mines. During his tenure as a director at Nevsun Resources Lid., he was the chair of the audit committee, member of the corporate governance committee and oversaw the strategic review leading to the C$1.8 billion takeover offer from Zijin Mining. In addition, while acting as a director at Dominion Diamond Corporation, he was chair of the audit committee and member of the compensation committee, and a member of the special committee that led the $1.2 billion sale to Washington Companies.

Mr. Smith currently is a director of Pretium Resources Inc. and is a member of the Board of Governors of Collingwood School. Mr. Smith is a Certified Public Accountant, and holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from California State University, Sacramento. He has also completed the Institute of Corporate Directors course, Directors Education Program.

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