Qualifications: BEng (Hons), BFin
Alex was appointed Managing Director of Chalice Mining in November 2018, having joined the Company in late 2017. Alex has lead Chalice through an exceptional recent growth period and was recognised as New/Emerging Leader of the Year in 2020 in the MiningNews awards. Alex has diverse experience in a variety of leadership roles across the resources sector, as a management consultant, engineer, project manager and corporate advisor. Prior to joining Chalice, he was working as a Specialist consultant with the global management consultancy McKinsey & Company. He commenced his engineering career with resources giant BHP in Adelaide, and then spent over six years as an engineer in oil and gas exploration.
Alex holds a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (first class Honours) and a Bachelor of Finance from the University of Adelaide.
Qualifications: B.Com, AGIA ACIS
Richard is a Chartered Accountant and Chartered Secretary with over 20 years of professional and corporate experience in the energy and resources sector in Australia and the United Kingdom. Richard has previously worked in senior finance roles with global energy companies including Woodside Petroleum Ltd and Centrica Plc. Prior to this, Richard was in private practice with major accounting practices. Richard is a Non-executive Director of DevEx Resources Ltd, and until recently, was the Chief Financial Officer of Liontown Resources Ltd, both ASX listed. Richard was appointed Joint Company Secretary on 18 September 2017 and resigned from this position on 29 June 2018.
Qualifications: BSc (Hons) PhD MAIG
Dr. Frost is an exploration geologist with over 25yrs experience in mostly senior roles with a range of mining companies from junior explorers through to international mining houses. Dr. Frost has a solid understanding of economic geology from a background in project generation and evaluation of exploration projects from grass roots through to mining, and in 2009 he was a joint recipient of the AMEC Prospectors award for the discovery of the Spotted Quoll nickel sulphide deposit located in the Forrestania greenstone belt of Western Australia. Dr. Frost was also responsible for Western Area Limited’s first significant nickel sulphide discovery (Flying Fox, 2003) which propelled Western Areas through to its current position as a dominant player in the nickel sulphide market. Dr. Frost was part of Western Area’s team that progressed both nickel sulphide discoveries through to feasibility studies and ultimately through to mine production. Dr. Frost is a member of the Australian Institute of Geologists.
Qualifications: BSc (Hons) MAIG
Bruce has over 20 years' technical and executive experience in the exploration industry with companies such as AngloGold Ashanti, Independence Group, Jabiru Metals and Blackham Resources. He has expertise across the mineral exploration value-chain, from greenfield exploration to mining feasibility, and possesses significant strategic, business development and project evaluation experience. Bruce has been involved in several discoveries including the world-class Tropicana gold deposit in Western Australia for which he was the joint recipient of AMEC's Prospector of the Year Award in 2012.
Qualifications: B.Nat.Res.(Hons) PhD
Dr Carney is a proven leader in the mining industry, with over 20 years of experience specialising in environment, health and safety, indigenous affairs, government relations and community investment. Most recently, she held the role of Regional Environment Manager for Alcoa’s mining, refining and smelting operations in Australia, providing leadership on environmental standards, risk management and performance. Soo was also a member of Alcoa of Australia’s senior leadership team and the Company’s global environment leadership team, contributing to the delivery of the global Environment and Sustainability strategy. She has previously held senior Health, Safety and Environment leadership roles across BHP’s iron ore operations in Western Australia, including for the $20 billion Outer Harbour Development, and at Woodside Energy’s Pluto LNG Project.
Soo holds a PhD in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology as well as a Bachelor of Natural Resources with Honours. She was awarded her Doctorate at The University of Adelaide under a full Research Council of Australia (Industry) scholarship.
Qualifications: BEng (Hons), M. Phil. Economics
Michael is a commercially astute Study Director experienced in defining high value growth strategies for complex resource development projects. He brings over 30 years of experience in study management, project development, engineering and management consulting.
Michael has worked on development projects across base and precious metals as well as several bulk commodities. He has led studies for major mining houses, resource juniors and infrastructure developers across the globe. Michael’s early career included roles with global engineering services provider Fluor Corporation and strategy consultant McKinsey & Company.
Qualifications: BBus, CA
Jamie is a Chartered Accountant who has over 20 years' experience within the accounting profession and the administration of public listed companies in the mining and exploration industry.
Qualifications: B.LLB, GradDipAppFin, ASA
Chris is a qualified lawyer with over 13 years of legal and finance experience in the resources industry. Chris has previously worked in corporate finance and legal roles in Carnarvon Petroleum and Australis Oil & Gas. Prior to that, he was an Associate Director at boutique investment bank, Miro Advisors, and was in legal private practice in a major national law firm.
Chris holds a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Western Australia, a Graduate Diploma of Applied Finance from Kaplan and is currently an Associate member of CPA Australia.
Qualifications: B.Com, AGIA ACIS
Leanne is a Chartered Accountant and Chartered Secretary who has over 18 years of accounting and governance experience within the mining and energy industries. Leanne was formerly Company Secretary for Chalice and Liontown Resources Ltd.
Amelia is a marketing and communications specialist with over 18 years’ experience across a broad range of industries, including the mining and exploration sector, events and hospitality. Prior to working for Chalice, Amelia has held senior marketing roles for Crown Resorts and InterContinetal Resorts. Amelia has also managed communications for Liontown Resources Ltd, DevEx Resources Ltd and PhosEnergy Ltd.
Amelia holds a Bachelor of Arts with a double major in Marketing and Public Relations at Curtin University.