Tim has considerable experience in the resource industry as an executive and investor. He has been involved in the formation and management of a number of publicly-listed and private companies and is currently Chairman of DevEx Resources Ltd (since 2002) and Liontown Resources Ltd (since 2006), both listed on the ASX. Tim has been a director since 2005 (15 years) and was appointed Non- Executive Chairman on 1st September 2020. Tim previously held the position of Executive Chairman and Managing Director.
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, CA, F Fin
Morgan is a Chartered Accountant with over 25 years of Australian and international experience in the resources, logistics and finance industries. Morgan is Chief Financial Officer at Northern Star Resources. Previous roles have included Chief Financial Officer at Saracen Minerals, Managing Director and CFO of ASX-listed iron ore producer BC Iron Ltd, CFO & Company Secretary of Indago Resources, along with senior commercial roles at WMC Resources, Brambles and P&O.
Morgan is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Western Australia. Mr Ball has been a member of the Council of Presbyterian Ladies College since 2013 and Chairs their Finance & Audit Committee.
Qualifications: P Geo
Stephen is a geologist with 40 years’ experience in the mining and exploration industry. Stephen is based in Vancouver, Canada, and until December 2020, spent 10 years as the President & CEO of Midas Gold Corp. Prior to Midas Gold, Stephen was President and COO of TSX listed copper producer Capstone Mining Corp. and, up until its merger with Capstone, President and CEO of TSX listed copper producer Sherwood Copper Corp. Prior to joining Sherwood, Stephen spent 18 years as Vice President and subsequently Executive Vice President of TSX listed Miramar Mining Corporation, a Canadian focused gold producer and developer. Stephen has extensive experience in the resources sector, and in the financing, development and operation of production companies.
Stephen is a member of the Audit and Risk Committee and Remuneration Committee and has been an Independent Non-executive Director since 2010 (11 years).
Qualifications: BEng (Hons), MBA
Garret has extensive experience in the resources and mining contracting sectors in Australia and overseas. His work in both private and ASX listed companies spans more than three decades, having worked in senior executive roles for major mine owners, mine operators and contractors. Until recently, Garret held the position of Executive VP Alcoa & President Bauxite where he was responsible for the global bauxite mining business for the NYSE listed Alcoa Corporation. Previous roles have also included Executive General Manager of Henry Walker Eltin Ltd and Managing Director of ASX listed Gindalbie Metals Ltd.
Garret has a Bachelor of Engineering, Civil (Hons) and a Master of Business Administration (MBA), and is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Qualifications: BSc, MSc (Hons)
Stephen is an internationally recognised figure in the mining industry, with a global career spanning over 33 years. Most recently he was a member of the Executive Committee for Rio Tinto and held the position of Group Executive, Growth & Innovation and Health, Safety, Environment & Security. In his latter role, he was directly accountable for staff in over 30 countries covering most of Rio’s global technical functions including exploration, evaluation, construction, asset closure and IT, and for the last year led the global health, safety, environment and security function. In his Growth & Innovation role, Mr McIntosh was accountable for more than 3,500 staff alongside, ~ 6,000 construction contractors annually. Prior to that role Stephen was Rio’s global Head of Exploration. He has been involved in the discovery, evaluation and development of multiple major projects across a diverse range of commodities.
Stephen has a Masters of Science (Geology & Physics) and is a Fellow of both the Society of Economic Geologists and the Australian Institute of Mining & Metallurgy. He is also a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.