Greg Hall is a geological consultant of Golden Phoenix International Pty Ltd. Greg was Chief Geologist for Placer Dome Group from 2000 to 2006. He managed exploration in Western Australia for Placer Dome from 1988 to 2000 and CSR Limited from 1984 to 1988. The discovery of Rio Tinto's Yandi iron ore mine and Gold Fields's Granny Smith gold mine in WA are highlights in his career. Greg graduated from University of New South Wales in 1973 with Bachelor of Applied Science (1st Class Honours).
Russell Mason is a structural geology consultant employed by Tectonite Geology. He has worked primarily as a consultant both independently (2003-present) and for a consulting company (Fractal Graphics 1996 - 2003) with a period working as a research scientist for CSIRO (1994 -1996) and minor exploration roles and contract mapping projects (1984 - 1990). Russell's work is field based structural geology and is most commonly applied to gold and copper exploration and mining. Russell graduated from Monash University with a Bachelor of Science (1st class honours) and completed a PhD from Imperial College, London University in 1994.
Wenhong (Wilson) Jin
Wilson Jin has three decades of field exploration, acquisitions, financing and investment experience for precious and non-ferrous metals in Asia, Africa and in North America. He has served as Chief Geologist, VP of Acquisitions, President and CEO of Huakan International Mining Inc. Based in Vancouver since 2010, Mr. Jin led a successful exploration on the J&L Gold polymetallic deposit in BC. He also discovered a medium sized gold deposit and made significant achievements in the exploration of adjacent claims of Jinduicheng molybdenum porphyry deposit in Shaanxi province, China. Mr. Jin is CEO and President of Transcontinental Gold Corp., CEO and President of Wildsky Resources and serves as an independent director to two other publicly listed companies.