JAXON ADDS TWO NEW MEMBERS TO ITS TECHNICAL ADVISORY BOARD
Jaxon Minerals Inc. is pleased to announce the addition of Neil Moloney and Wenhong (Wilson) Jin to its technical advisory board.
Jason Cubitt, Jaxon’s president and CEO, comments, “We’re seeing a new wave of technical innovation in the extractive industries. Leaders will have a unique competitive advantage over the field, and the addition of Neil and Wilson adds a world-leading technical focus to our already talented team.”
Neil Moloney is currently working as a senior consultant to Goldcorp Inc. in the development of their geological and operational deep data mining and automation efforts. He has twenty-years of broad, significant international extractive industry experience. Past responsibilities include senior corporate management, project management, engineering and operations management. Neil is a mineral exploration and mining geologist and holds an MBA from Georgetown University - The McDonough School of Business.
Wenhong (Wilson) Jin has twenty-five years of exploration and acquisitions experience in precious and non-ferrous metals in Asia, Africa and North America. He is president and CEO of C2 Mining International Corp. and sits on the technical advisory board of Zijin Midas Exploration Fund, a subsidiary of Zijin Mining. Wilson is Zijin’s second appointee to Jaxon. He previously served as chief geologist, VP acquisition, and president of Huakan International Mining Inc. Mr. Jin obtained a Bachelor Degree in Geology from the Guilin University of Technology in 1992.
The Company also announces the resignation of Garry Stock from Jaxon’s Board of Directors.
Jaxon is a base and precious metals exploration company with a regional focus on Western Canada. The company is currently focused on advancing its Hazelton Project in north-central British Columbia and the Wishbone/Foremore property in BC’s Golden Triangle.
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
JAXON MINERALS INC.
Jason Cubitt, President.
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