Position: Executive Chairman and Director
Mr Sinclair provides Tanzanian Gold Corporation with the strategy for its corporate growth and is primarily responsible for providing the leadership necessary for the Company to complete its evolution into a gold producer and royalty company. Mr Sinclair became Chairman and CEO of Tanzanian Royalty Exploration following a Special Meeting of Shareholders held in April 2002 in which shareholders voted 98% in favour to approve a transaction for Tan Range to acquire Tanzanian American Development, a Tanzanian gold exploration company managed by the Sinclair family. Mr Sinclair is primarily a precious metals specialist, commodities and foreign currency trader. His past experience includes that of the founder of the Sinclair Group of Companies (1977), which offered full brokerage services in stocks, bonds, and other investment vehicles. The companies, which operated branches in New York, Kansas City, Toronto, Chicago, London and Geneva, were sold in 1983. Mr Sinclair served as a Precious Metal Advisor to Hunt Oil and the Hunt family from 1981 to 1984 for the liquidation of their silver position as a prerequisite for the $1 billion loan arranged by the Chairman of the Federal Reserve, Paul Volker. Mr Sinclair was a general partner and member of the executive committee of two New York Stock Exchange firms and also President of Sinclair Global Clearing Corporation (Commodity clearing firm) and Global Arbitrage (derivative dealer in metals and currencies). Mr Sinclair was President of James Sinclair Financial Research SARL in Luxembourg. Mr Sinclair held the position of Chairman of Sutton Resources from 1989 to 1995.
Position: Acting Chief Executive Officer
Mr Duval is a licensed General Engineering Contractor with over a quarter-century of experience working with several construction firms in the US south-west. His experience in corporate executive management, project development and project management, excavation, movement of material, earthworks, and related skills will be a valuable asset to the Company as it aggressively moves to monetise the in-ground assets on its various licenses. His management skills, efforts and involvement were instrumental in the Company obtaining the Special Mining License (SML) for the Buckreef Project from the Ministry of Energy and Minerals in Tanzania with a renewal term of ten years. Among Mr Duval’s numerous achievements and contributions to the Company, led the team overseeing the design, planning and development of the new Gravity/Carbon-In-Leach process plant presently planned at the Buckreef Project.
Dr Norman Betts, PhD, FCA
Position: Director, Chairman Audit and Compensation Committee
Dr Betts is an associate professor, Faculty of Business Administration, University of New Brunswick (UNB) and a Chartered Accountant Fellow (FCA). Dr Betts serves as a Chair of the board of directors of Starfield Resources Inc. and as a director and member of the audit committees of Tembec Inc., New Brunswick Power Corporation, Export Development Canada and Adex Mining Inc. He is also a co-chair of the board of trustees of the UNB Pension Plan for Academic Employees. He is a former Finance Minister and Minister of Business New Brunswick with the Province of New Brunswick. He was awarded a PhD in Management from the School of Business at Queen’s University in 1992.
Dr William Harvey, PhD, FCA
Position: Director, Member Audit and Compensation Committee
Dr Harvey is a Clinical Psychologist, who for over thirty years has served as a consultant and technical expert on matters relating to substance abuse prevention and mental health promotion to a wide variety of private and governmental programs and agencies in the United States. These include the National Institute of Drug Abuse, the National Institute of Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse, the Office of Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Prevention, and the National Mental Health Association. He was an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Sociology at Washington University, and a Senior Research Scientist at the Missouri Institute of Mental Health, University of Missouri. He continues to be involved in the formulation of new programs and policies aimed at the betterment of society. Dr Harvey will continue to expand the role which the Company has at the local level to ensure that stakeholder interests are addressed.
Ulrich Rath B.Sc.(Hon), M.Sc.(Geol)
Position: Director, Member Audit and Compensation Committee and Chairman Technical Committee
Mr Rath has a wide range of experience in the mining industry and has specific
experience in North America, South America including Argentina, Chile and Peru and in South Africa. Mr Rath was until recently the President and CEO and Director of Chariot Resources Ltd., a junior resource company focused on the exploration, acquisition and development of copper and precious metal mineral deposits in the Andes region of Latin America. He was formerly CEO and director of Compania Minera Milpo a medium-sized Peruvian zinc mining company. Mr Rath was also formerly Vice-President, Corporate Development, for Rio Algom Ltd. from December 1992 to October 1998. Rio Algom Ltd. was a U.S. reporting issuer, whose common shares were listed on the American Stock Exchange. Mr Rath has a B.Sc. (Hon) from Concordia Un
Rosalind Morrow, B.A., B.Ed., A.R.C.T., LL.B.
A graduate of Trinity College, Toronto, the Royal Conservatory of Music of Toronto and the University of Toronto Law School, Ms Morrow specializes in corporate and securities law with a particular emphasis on financings, including government and
structured finance, corporate governance and mergers and acquisitions. She has advised Canadian and international corporations on a number of major projects in the financial, communications and resource sectors. Ms Morrow is a former member of the Securities Advisory Committee to the Ontario Securities Commission. Since the inception of the program in 2001, Ms Morrow has been lead external counsel to Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation on over $250 billion in fully underwritten global bond issuances under its Canada Mortgage Bond Program, and since 2008 has represented the Canadian federal government on its $125 billion Insured Mortgage Purchase Program, the Canadian equivalent of the U.S. TARP Program. A past president of the Women’s Law Association of Ontario and recipient of its President’s Award, Ms Morrow currently serves on the Board of Governors of Trent University. She is also Vice Chair of The Living City, the foundation arm of the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, one of the largest environmental organizations in North America, dedicated to the preservation of a green environment in the Toronto region.
Marco Guidi, B.Com (Hons), CA
Position: Chief Financial Office
Mr Guidi is a Chartered Accountant and holds an Honours Bachelor degree in Business Administration from Wilfrid Laurier University. Mr Guidi began his career with an accounting firm where he was as an audit supervisor specializing in serving the audit and tax needs of clients in a variety of industries. He has worked with publicly listed junior mining companies, technology companies, and privately-owned and entrepreneurial companies. In 2010, Marco transitioned out of public accounting and is currently serving as Chief Financial Officer, Controller and Accountant for a number of junior mining companies.
Donna M. Moroney
Position: Corporate Secretary
Donna Moroney is President of Wiklow Corporate Services Inc., a Vancouver company that provides corporate secretarial services and other services to public companies. She has over 30 years of extensive experience in regulatory and corporate compliance in both Canada and the United States, and as a senior officer for various public companies, and has instructed and provided training in regulatory compliance.
Ms. Moroney has over 30 years of experience in regulatory and corporate compliance in both Canada and the United States, and as a senior officer of various public companies. As President and owner of Wiklow Corporate Services Inc. since 2008, she assists companies in the resource, financial and technology sectors in maintaining the securities and exchange demands on public companies, as well as keeping them up-to-date on relevant issues, policies and working practices.
Ms. Moroney assists companies reporting in the U.S. in preparing registration statements, quarterly and annual financial filings and other various facets of meeting U.S. securities requirements. She also leads workshops that provide a practical guide for public companies in meeting their securities regulatory compliance requirements.