TSX: NZC $0.090
Zn: $1.13/lb
Pb: $1.00/lb
Ag: $17.57/oz

Board of Directors

The Directors of NorZinc are highly qualified professionals with significant experience to guide the operation of the Company, the development of the Prairie Creek Mine and exploration in Newfoundland.

John Warwick2,4

Toronto, ON, Canada

Mr. Warwick is a financial consultant. Prior to 2015, he was the Managing Director, Investment Banking, founding partner and Head of Corporate Finance of Paradigm Capital Corporation where he advised and assisted companies on financing and capital structure matters.

Prior to 1999 John was Executive VP and Vice Chairman of Gordon Capital Corporation and previously a mining analyst at Burns Fry, where he was a top-ranked base metals analyst, and Gardner Watson. He is currently a member of the Board of Governors of the Shaw Festival and a Director of Sherritt International.

Don MacDonald3

Director, President & CEO
Vancouver, BC, Canada

Mr. MacDonald is a CPA, CA, and has been involved in the development and/or operation of over 20 mines in North and South America over his career. He has been involved in the completion of multiple mine financings, and merger and acquisition transactions. He is a CPA, CA, with bachelor and master’s degrees in engineering from Oxford University.

He served as CFO of Quadra FNX (now KGHM International) from 2010 to 2017 and of NovaGold Resources Inc. from 2003 to 2010. Most recently, Don was Acting President & CEO of KGHM International. He is also a director of the Mining Association of Canada, and of the NWT and Nunavut Chamber of Mines.

Shelley Brown1,4

Saskatoon, SK, Canada

Ms. Brown has a distinguished 40-year career in accounting and more than 25 years of board experience serving on not-for-profit, association, and for-profit corporate boards, including Deloitte Canada and the Accounting Standards Board Oversight Council. She brings expertise in strategic planning, good governance, finance, and risk management. As chair of the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants, she played a key role in the creation of the Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada. She is a recognized leader in diversity and inclusion, having been listed on Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women for four years. In 2018, Ms. Brown was recognized as a Member of the Order of Canada.

Dave Nickerson1,2

Yellowknife, NT, Canada

Mr. Nickerson has spent much of his life as a Member of the Legislative Assembly of the Northwest Territories, where he served as Minister of Health and Social Services and as a Member of Parliament for nearly 10 years. He served as Chairman of the Northwest Territories Water Board, a federal body charged with the administration of water rights and environmental protection in the Northwest Territories, and also as a member of the Development Appeal Board for the City of Yellowknife.

A Professional Engineer, Mr. Nickerson holds a bachelor’s degree in Mining Engineering and a master’s degree in Mineral Exploration. He is also a director of Tyhee Gold Corporation.

Anita Perry3

Calgary, AB, Canada

Ms. Perry is currently VP of Communications and External Affairs at BP Canada and has held many leadership and public relations roles with corporations, as well as federal and territorial governments. Anita currently leads all external relations and interface strategies for BP in Canada. In 2014, BP expanded her duties to include leading the delivery of key strategic stakeholder activities in support of BP’s offshore interests and activities in Atlantic Canada.

Before joining BP Canada, Anita worked with major Canadian corporations leading external communications, public affairs and investor relations communications. Early in her career, Anita worked directly with politicians at the municipal, provincial and federal levels as an Advisor.

Malcolm Swallow3

Fort Langley, BC, Canada

Mr. Swallow is a Professional Engineer in BC (Mining Engineering), with more than 40 years of operating and project management experience, including the evaluation, development, construction, and operation of numerous underground and open pit mines involving precious and base metals. He is currently a director of Silvercorp Minerals Inc., a mid-scale producer of silver, lead and zinc from a number of operating mines in China.

From 2008 to 2012 he was a Director and VP Development at Inter-Citic Minerals, a company that developed and sold the Dachang gold project in China to a major Chinese mining company. Malcolm was previously President of NorZinc from 2000 to 2003 and prior thereto Vice President Development of Imperial Metals Limited.

Ian Ward1,2

Toronto, ON, Canada

Mr. Ward is a Professional Engineer (Ontario) and metallurgist with extensive experience in the processing of gold and base metal ores, industrial minerals, and with grinding systems and effluent treatment. From 2010 to 2015 he was Senior Advisor and VP of Metallurgy and Processing for Kinross Gold Corporation, and prior thereto Senior VP, Project Development for Mustang Minerals Corp. and previously President and Principal Metallurgist with Micon International Limited.

Ian has practical plant operating experience, extensive engineering experience, and has been intimately involved in a variety of feasibility studies, audits, operations support and project evaluations. During 12 years with Micon he was involved with many new mine developments, both in assignments as Independent Engineer on behalf of lending agencies, in project evaluations, and as manager of feasibility studies conducted by Micon. He is a Qualified Person and co-author for a number of NI 43-101 compliant Technical Reports.

(1) Member of the Audit Committee.
(2) Member of the Compensation Committee.
(3) Member of the Health & Safety Committee.
(4) Member of the Nomination Committee.


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