Johnathan More

Chairman and Director

Johnathan More previously served as President, CEO and Director of Power Metals Corp (formerly Aldrin Resource Corp) from October 30, 2008 through April 5, 2017. Mr. More has over 20 years of experience in North American and European capital markets focused on natural resource industries. He had a history of achievement from his years with Canaccord Capital. In August 2008, Mr. More retired from Canaccord Capital as an investment advisor to apply his experience and contacts to the public company sector.

Brent Butler

CEO and Director

Mr. Butler is a geologist who brings over 30 years of international industry experience in exploration, resource modelling and mining. He actively engages in property acquisitions, development and divestment and has been involved in several mine developments, both open cast and underground mines. Mr. Butler has served on several boards of Directors of listed companies in Canada and Australia. Recent roles include having worked for Kinross Gold Corporation for 8 years in Canada, USA, Brazil, Chile and Africa. Mr. Butler currently serves as a Director of TSX-listed Millennial Lithium Corp (ML), President and CEO of TSX-listed Superior Mining International Corp (SUI) and CEO and Executive Director of ASX-listed Audalia Resources Limited (ACP). Mr. Butler holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the Otago University of Dunedin, New Zealand (1983) and is registered as a Fellow of the Australasian Mining and Metallurgy (AusImm), member of the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada, Fellow Member of the Society of Economic Geology USA and member of the Geological Society of London (FGS) since 2011.

Cyrus Driver C.A.

CFO and Director

Cyrus Driver is a chartered accountant and was founding partner in the firm of Driver Anderson since its inception in 1981. He is currently a partner in the firm of Davidson and Company LLP after merging with them in 2002. Whilst providing general public accounting services to a wide range of clients, he specializes in servicing TSX Venture Exchange-listed companies and members of the brokerage community. He also serves on the boards of several listed companies. His wide knowledge of the securities industry and its rules have enabled him to give valuable advice to clients within the industry with respect to finance, taxation and other accounting related matters.

Dr. Julie Selway, Ph.D, P.Geo

Vice President of Exploration

Dr. Julie Selway, Ph.D., P.Geo. is an expert on lithium pegmatites. Dr. Selway completed a Ph.D. thesis on Tourmaline in Granitic Pegmatites in 1999 at the University of Manitoba under the supervision of Dr. Petr Černý, world renowned expert on pegmatites. Dr. Selway’s Ph.D. thesis was a study of tourmaline in petalite-, lepidolite- and elbaite-subtype from 15 different localities from Ontario, Manitoba, California, Sweden and Czech Republic including Tanco pegmatite mine, Manitoba. She has co-authored twenty-two scientific journal articles on pegmatites.

Dr. Selway worked for the Ontario Geological Survey for about 3 years during the tantalum boom in the early 2000’s. During this time, she travelled all over Ontario and visited/worked on about 90% of the lithium pegmatites in the province. Some of the more notable localities that she worked on include Case Lake, Georgia Lake, Seymour Lake, Crescent Lake and Separation Rapids pegmatite fields. A compilation of pegmatite exploration techniques that she acquired in academia and government is published in: Selway, J.B., Breaks, F.W. & Tindle, A.G. (2005): A review of rare-element (Li-Cs-Ta) pegmatite exploration techniques for the Superior Province, Canada and large world-wide tantalum deposits. Exploration Mining Geology. 14, 1-30. This paper and her Open File Reports (OFR 6099 and 6195) are still used by exploration companies to aid in their exploration.

Dr. Selway worked as a senior geologist for the geological consulting firm Caracle Creek International Consulting for over 10 years. During this time, she became an expert on writing NI 43-101 Reports and QA/QC of drill core assays. She has co-authored twenty-three NI43-101 Independent Technical Reports on a wide variety of deposit types including gold, Cu-Ni-PGE, Li pegmatites, VMS, stratiform Cu, carbonatites and potash. She spent over two years supervising the exploration program on the Georgia Lake pegmatites, Beardmore, Ontario and co-authored four NI 43-101 Reports on the Property.

Rob Dardi

Director

Mr. Dardi is a graduate of the UBC School of Law and is a senior B.C. lawyer and businessman with over 30 years experience. He practiced with McCarthy Tetrault, First City Financial, and TELUS Corporation. While at TELUS he also held the senior officer position, Vice President and Corporate Secretary. Mr. Dardi specializes in securities law, corporate governance, financing, and mergers and acquisitions. He was Special Projects Consultant to Mr. Jimmy Pattison in 2004 and 2005. He also served on the Board of Directors and the Compensation Committee of Concert Properties. Mr. Dardi was chair of the Board of Trustees of a major pension plan with assets in excess of $2 billion. Mr. Dardi also founded and currently chairs a private mining company with a focus on the Yukon Territory.

Brian LaRocco

Director

Mr. LaRocco has most recently held senior level real estate executive positions with land development companies. In those capacities, he was responsible for several key functions, including project risk management, corporate risk management, finance, debt and equity sourcing. Prior to that, he was a senior financial statement auditor for Arthur Andersen and KPMG, with clients ranging from small startups to Fortune 500 companies. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Mount Saint Mary College, a Masters in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance from Quinnipiac University as well as an active Certified Public Accountant license in New York State. He currently resides in Phoenix, AZ with his wife and two daughters.