MINERAL EXPLORATION & DEVELOPMENT IN AUSTRALIA, CANADA & PERU

Management & Directors

MANAGEMENT AND DIRECTORS

Patrick Sheridan Jr. (B.SC, M.SC ) Founder, CEO and Director
Mr. Sheridan has a depth of experience, working in the mining industry for more than 20 years. He is currently the Executive Chairman of Guyana Goldfields and has 15 years of exploration experience in the country of Guyana. Mr. Sheridan is the founder of Guyana Goldfields and discovered the Aurora and Sulphur Rose gold deposits. He holds a B.Sc. and M.Sc. from the London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom.

Daniel Noone (B.Sc. Geology, MBA) – Vice President Exploration and Director
Mr. Noone has more than 20 years of international mineral exploration and development experience ranging from implementing grass roots programs through to feasibility studies. He is currently the VP, Explorations at Guyana Goldfields. Prior to this he was the VP of Peruvian Operations for Aquiline Resources Inc., which was acquired by Pan American Silver Corp. in January 2010. Mr. Noone has held various senior geologist roles managing projects in Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, Peru, Ecuador and Argentina. He holds a degree in geology from Ballarat University and an MBA from Melbourne University.

Paul J. Murphy (B.Comm, CA) – CFO
Mr. Murphy has significant industry experience gained as a Partner in the PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP and the National Mining Leader in Canada as well as the Western Hemisphere Mining Centre for Excellence. He is currently Executive VP, Finance and CFO of Guyana Goldfields Inc. Mr. Murphy has over 40+years of financial experience and has worked almost exclusively in the resource industries for the past 30 years. He has been a leader in industry-specific areas of financial reporting and controls, governance, operational effectiveness, SEC reporting issues, financing, valuation and taxation. He has worked with an extensive number of foreign companies seeking listings in Toronto to raise financing for foreign operations.

Harry Burgess (P.Eng) – Director
Mr. Burgess is a mining engineer and a co-founder of Micon International Limited. He now serves as an Associate Consultant, on a part time basis to Micon. Mr. Burgess has  B. Sc. degrees in both Mechanical and Mining Engineering. Mr. Burgess has been engaged in consulting since 1980.  His prior operating experience includes senior positions in the copper industry of Zambia and gold mining in South Africa. In Zambia, Mr. Burgess held management positions with both technical and production responsibility. In South Africa, he was responsible for the introduction of mechanized mining systems to the gold mines of Anglo-American Corporation in the Orange Free State. Mr. Burgess has particular experience in the monitoring to completion of mining projects for banks and financial institutions. He is a member of public company boards and also technical advisory committees.

Alan Ferry (P.Geo, CFA) – Director
Mr. Ferry is an independent businessman who has worked in the investment industry for over 28 years as a mining analyst and a mining corporate finance specialist. Prior to that, he worked as a geologist.

Bruce E. Rosenberg ( LL.B) – Director
Mr. Rosenberg has been practicing law in Ontario since 1980. He has extensive experience as a corporate lawyer and commercial litigator. Mr. Rosenberg has acted as legal counsel for several TSX listed junior mining companies and serves on the Board of Directors of three Canadian charitable foundations.

Hon. Doug G. Lewis (F.C.A., P.C., QC.) – Director
Mr. Lewis is a former Canadian Federal Cabinet Minister. He has served as Minister of Justice/Attorney General, Minister of Transport and Solicitor General. Mr.Lewis is also currently a member of the Audit Committee of the Ministry of the Attorney General of Canada.

Greg Duncan (B.Sc. Geology ) – Business Development Australia
Mr. Duncan specializes in exploration management and stakeholder relations.

He is a geologist with 20 years of exploration experience for base metals, gold, diamonds, industrial minerals and uranium. Mr. Duncan has managed exploration programs in Arnhem Land and Northern Australia for the last decade. He commenced his career as a mine geologist at Mt. Isa Mines.

Mr. Duncan has successfully negotiated Indigenous Access agreements with Traditional Land Owners (TLO’s) in the Northern Territory and Queensland.

Commencing in 2002 with a zinc exploration program at Bulman in central Arnhem, Mr. Duncan developed a deep interest in Aboriginal Culture and a working knowledge of a local language.

Mr. Duncan has listed two public companies in Australia, and is a member of the Australian Institute of Company directors.

Mr. Duncan is currently based in Brisbane, Australia, and is a fellow of the Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy.