President, CEO and DirectorMr. Tremblay brings to Levon over 30 years' experience in finance and management. In his five years as Levon's President, he has raised approximately $80M for the company and advanced the Cordero project to its current world-class status. He has taken Levon from a market cap of $5m to over $100M (exceeding $400M in 2011) and guided the company through very difficult markets.
Chairman & DirectorCurrently Chairman and Director of The Brick Group and Trans Global Life Insurance Company, Mr. Barbaro is a member of the Order of Ontario and has also received the "Business Excellence Award" from Toronto's Italian Chamber of Commerce. He is also a member of the Toronto Roundtable, providing guidance to the Canadian Council on Learning and Canadian Foundation for Economic Education. Mr. Barbaro was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from Eastern College, Philadelphia. He is a former Director of The Prudential Insurance Company of America, the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation and Thomson-Reuters.
V.P. Exploration & DirectorM.Sc., C.P.G. Mr. Chevillon is a consulting exploration geologist with 36 years of exploration experience working with major mining companies within the U.S. including Noranda, Homestake, Placer Dome and Barrick Gold. He has held key exploration roles in Placer Dome's (Barrick) Gold Mines, Nevada, where he conducted a geologic assessment that lead to the Getchell Gold Mine acquisition. In addition, he directed the exploration assessment of the Bald Mountain Gold Mine, now being realized by Barrick Gold. Mr. Chevillon was also involved in the Noranda acquisition at New World, Montana and developed an exploration model at the Blackbird deposit, Idaho.
Carlos H. Fernandez Mazzi
DirectorCarlos H. Fernandez Mazzi is currently the President and Chief Executive Officer of Dicon Gold Inc., a private gold exploration company based in Vancouver, Canada. Mr. Fernandez Mazzi's career spans over 20 years in international business, highlighted by his leadership as Chief Executive Officer of the Bolivian subsidiary of APEX Silver Mines where he led the strategy, financing and development of the San Cristobal project in Bolivia. With over $1.0 billion of investment, this 40.000 tpd project represented the largest mining investment in the country with substantial contributions to regional infrastructure, mining capacity and job creation. Additionally, San Cristobal gained international recognition for sustainable solutions to human development through social entrepreneurship initiatives.
Until recently, Mr. Fernandez Mazzi was Chief Executive Officer of the William J. Clinton Foundation's Clinton Giustra Sustainable Growth Initiative, CGSGI, an initiative committed to narrowing the wealth gap in the developing world through market-driven projects. As part of his responsibilities, he spearheaded the launch of the ACCESO Fund LLC, a pioneer impact investment fund in Colombia.
Mr. Fernandez Mazzi earned the Dean's Award for outstanding student when he received his MBA with Honours from the University of Notre Dame and holds a BS in Engineering with High Honours from the University of Arkansas as well as an SEP from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Throughout his career Mr. Fernandez Mazzi held numerous leadership positions including President of the American Chamber of Commerce -- AMCHAM in Bolivia, and served on numerous boards such as the Bolivian Business Council for Sustainable Development, the Bolivian Miner's Association and the Private University of Bolivia UPB. He was appointed as Honorary Consul for Australia in Bolivia and was also invited as a member of the Latin American Business Council, CEAL.