In December 2010 Mawson formed an Advisory Board to counsel the Company's CEO and corporate Board of Directors in matters related to continuing exploration and development of its Nordic exploration projects.
At this time the Advisory Board consists of:
Ms. Georgina Carnegie
Ms. Georgina Carnegie is an adviser to The Sentient Group, and in Finland to Mawson Resources. She focuses on geo-political assessment and co-investment strategies. She has held senior positions in the Australian government and the insurance and resource sectors. She is a Member of the Advisory Committee to the Emerging Markets Network of the OECD, a Member of the Australia Korea Foundation, consulted to the World Bank and AMP Private Capital, and authored the first Investment Guide to the Lao PDR. Georgina has interviewed presidents, global business leaders, and cultural figures for The Analecta. She holds a bachelor's degree in Economics from Monash University, a Masters from Harvard University and was a Member of Council of the Australian National University for three terms.
Gil Leathley brings over 50 years of senior experience encompassing all aspects of international mining operations. Between the periods of 1975 to 2000, Mr. Leathley was the driving force in overseeing the development of six major operating mines on behalf of Noranda Mining, Corona Resources and Homestake Mining. Strategic development included the Golden Giant, Jolu, Eskay Creek, Santa Fe, Ruby Hill and Nickel Plate mines. During his tenure, he held various senior management and operating positions, ranging from Mine Superintendent and General Manager to Senior Vice President, and Chief Operating Officer. His responsibilities included overseeing mine development and operations with work forces of up to 2,500 employees. As a noted specialist in operational economics and company finances, he also played a key leadership role in the evaluation of acquisitions and the integration of acquisitions with the various parent companies. Mr. Leathley served as a director of Mawson from December 2007 to March 2016.