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MINING PEOPLE: Newmont Goldcorp, Fasken, Goodman School, Great Panther, Jaxon Mining, and Kore Mining



Dan Janney

Newmont Goldcorp of Denver has named accomplished miner Dan Janney to lead its North American business. His full title will be regional senior VP for North America. Most recently Janney was the company’s group executive supporting the full potential continuous improvement initiative. He succeeds Todd White.

Toronto-headquartered law firm Fasken has added leading energy and mining sector lawyer Guy Winter as a partner in the firm’s London, U.K., office.

Jennifer Abols

Jennifer Abols has been named executive director of the Goodman School of Mines and president and CEO of MIRARCO (Mining Innovation Rehabilitation and Applied Research Corp.). She is a Sudbury native and a graduate of Laurentian University with a BEng in extractive metallurgy and an MBA from Wilfrid Laurier University with a focus on marketing and international strategy. Her appointment is effective Nov. 4, 2019.

Vancouver-based Great Panther Mining has appointed Neil Hepworth its COO. He has over 30 years’ experience throughout Latin American, Africa and Europe. He holds an MSc in mining engineering and a BSc (honours) in geology from the University of Witwatersrand.

Jaxon Mining of Vancouver has named Dr. Yingting (Tony) Guo the company’s president and chief geologist. Recently he held the titles of COO and chief geologist.

Mark Leduc is joining Kore Mining in Vancouver as the company’s COO. He will lead the Imperial heap leach gold team.