Mumford, an exploration geologist, has extensive technical and project management experience in gold, rare earth element, copper-porphyry and uranium deposits
Thesis Gold Inc. (TSX-V: TAU) announced the appointment of Thomas Mumford as a director of the company.
Additionally, James Xiang has left the board effective September 30, 2021, but will remain an advisor to the company.
Thesis Gold said Mumford is an exploration geologist with more than 15 years of experience, including extensive technical and project management chops in deposits of gold, rare earth elements (REE), copper-porphyry and uranium.
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He is a Registered Professional Geologist and holds a Professional Engineering License with Engineers and Geoscientists British Columbia (EGBC), and currently serves as Vice President of Exploration for Scottie Resources Corp. (TSX-V:SCOT)
Mumford is also a director of the Association for Mineral Exploration (AME) and has served as a lecturer at Carleton University and the British Columbia Institute of Technology.
“We would like to thank James for his contributions to Thesis over the past year and look forward to continuing to work with him in his new role as advisor to the business,” said Thesis Gold CEO Ewan Webster. , in a press release.
“I am delighted to welcome Thomas to the board. His extensive exploration experience will be invaluable to the company as we continue to advance our Ranch Gold project.”
In other company news, it entered into a letter of agreement with Steven Scott, under which the company acquired BC mining claim numbers 1074376, 1074335 and 1074333.
The mining claims were originally staked and owned by Scott. Under the terms, the company paid cash consideration of $5,000 plus the cost of transferring title to the mining claims to the company. No finder’s fee was paid in connection with the acquisition.
Thesis Gold is focused on testing and developing the resource potential of the 17,832 hectare Ranch Gold Project in the Golden Horseshoe region of northern British Columbia.
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