Richard J. Mazur* P. Geo., MBA
President, CEO & Director
Mr. Richard Mazur is an Executive and geoscientist with over 35 years of Canadian and international experience in the exploration and mining industry as a project geologist, financial analyst and senior executive on uranium, gold, diamonds, base metals, coal and industrial minerals projects. Mr. Mazur has been with Forum since 2004. He is also currently a Director of Alto Ventures Ltd, Impact Silver Corp., and Midnight Sun Mining Corp.
Mr. Mazur graduated with a B.Sc. in Geology from the University of Toronto in 1975 and obtained an MBA from Queen’s University in 1985.
Ken Wheatley* P.Geo.
Vice President, Exploration
Mr. Wheatley is a Professional Geoscientist (P. Geo.) with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists in Saskatchewan, Alberta and Northwest Territories/Nunavut. He has 37 continuous years of uranium exploration experience in Canada, most recently with AREVA Resources Canada Inc., one of the world’s largest uranium exploration and production companies and Uranerz Exploration and Mining Limited. Mr. Wheatley has a record of mineral discoveries, including eight uranium deposits, four of which became producing mines in the Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan. Ken also managed the Kiggavik/Sissons project for AREVA, a project that contains a 133 million pound uranium deposit located in the Thelon Basin, Nunavut Territory, where Forum holds a strategic land position.
Dr. Boen Tan* PhD.
Dr. Tan is a member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan, and possesses over thirty-five years of uranium exploration experience. Dr. Tan joined Uranerz, a private German company, in 1969 and after a number of years as a field geologist in Germany and Australia, moved to Canada in 1973 as a senior geologist and Project Manager for Uranerz Exploration & Mining Ltd. (UEM), conducting uranium exploration in the Athabasca Basin.
Dr. Tan was instrumental in the discovery of the Key Lake uranium deposit and the development of the Key Lake Mine which produced approximately 200 million pounds of U3O8 at a grade of 2.5% over a fifteen year mine life from 1983 to 1997. After the development of the Key Lake Mine, Dr. Tan continued to supervise UEM’s uranium exploration and drilling programs in the Athabasca Basin, including regional exploration in the greater Key Lake area. Dr. Tan monitored the exploration and diamond drilling of UEM’s joint ventures with Cameco until 1998. For the next seven years, Dr. Tan acted as a consultant to a number of companies and joined Forum as a Chief Geologist in 2005. In 2007 he received the 2007 Outstanding Achievement Award from the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan.
Jeannine Webb, CPA (CGA)
Chief Financial Officer
Jeannine Webb has over 25 years of extensive financial experience in the resources industry. Through her company, Venturex Consulting, she has acted as CFO and provided financial management services to junior public resource issuers since 2008, as well as serving as Corporate Secretary and Director for various other companies. Until 2007, Ms. Webb was a partner of Badger & Co. Management Corp., a private company which provided a full range of financial, corporate and geological management services to junior private and public mineral exploration companies. During this time, Ms. Webb served as CFO and Corporate Secretary for companies under management with Badger & Co., as well as Director for various companies.
Ms. Collins is a Securities/Corporate Finance Paralegal with over 25 years of experience as a legal administrator, corporate secretary and paralegal at both independent and national law firms, and with public resource companies. She specializes in the preparation and filing of all securities documents with Canadian and US securities regulators, including all continuous disclosure documents. Ms. Collins also serves as Corporate Secretary for Alto Ventures Ltd, BCGold Corp., and Minecorp Energy Ltd.
Craig Christy, BES, MA
Vice President, Corporate Development
Craig Christy has over 15 years executive corporate consulting experience, in addition to additional 15 years as a senior investment advisor, with firms including First Marathon Correspondent Network. Craig served as Corporate Secretary, Corporate Development and Investor Relations Consultant to Strathmore Minerals Corp. (2002-2013), which was acquired by Energy Fuels Corp. in August 2013, a consultant to Strathmore’s spin-out company, Fission Energy Corp., and a Director of the former Contrarian Resource Fund Limited Partnership. Mr. Christy holds an Honours Bachelor of Environmental Studies degree from the University of Waterloo (1977) and an MA from the University of Alberta (1986).
* Is a Qualified Person under National Instrument 43-101