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Ian Telfer , , , Chairman of the Board and Director

Ian Telfer has been a transformative force in the international mining industry for more than 30 years. A chartered accountant by training, the entrepreneur, financier, mine-builder and industry innovator has founded numerous companies with assets throughout the Americas, Asia and Australia including TVX Gold (sold to Kinross), Peak Gold (sold to Newgold), Gold Wheaton (sold to Franco Nevada) and Mount Milligan (now owned by Centerra Gold).

Since 2006 Mr. Telfer has been Chairman of Goldcorp and was Chief Executive Officer of Goldcorp and its predecessor Wheaton River Minerals since 2001. In less than a decade, Goldcorp grew to become one of the world’s premier senior gold producers and has spun off several other successful ventures, including Terrane Minerals, Silver Wheaton and Tahoe Gold.

Mr. Telfer served as Chairman of the World Gold Council from 2009-2013.

In 2007 he received the E&Y Entrepreneur of the Year Award. In 2013 Mr. Telfer was named one of Canada’s top 25 most powerful business people and listed in Canadian Business Magazine’s “The Power 50.” In 2015 he was inducted into the Canadian Mining Hall of Fame and in 2016 he was honoured as a Laureate of the British Columbia Business Hall of Fame.

Mr. Telfer’s philanthropic interests support initiatives in education, health, community development and arts and culture. In 2007 he donated $25 million to what is now known as the Telfer School of Management at the University of Ottawa, which at the time was the largest single gift ever given to a Canadian business school. Mr. Telfer has also personally donated millions of dollars in support of the Lions Gate Hospital Foundation, the Vancouver Playhouse, Collingwood School and The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation.

In November 2015, he and with his wife Nancy Burke were recognized at the 10th Annual Global Forum on Human Settlements held at the Headquarters of the United Nations in New York with an award for “Innovation in Green Energy” for a technology project that will convert waste to make power in west Africa.

Mr. Telfer is a Fellow in the Institute of Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Toronto and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Ottawa. He was awarded an honorary doctorate from the University of Ottawa in 2015.

Beverley Anne Briscoe (1)(3)(5) , , , Director

Ms. Briscoe has been President of Briscoe Management Limited since 2004. From 2003 to 2007, she was Chair of the Industry Training Authority for BC, from 1997 to 2004, she was President and owner of Hiway Refrigeration Limited, from 1994 to 1997, she was Vice President and General Manager of Wajax Industries Limited, from 1989 to 1994, she was Vice President, Finance of Rivtow Group of Companies and, from 1983 to 1989, she was Chief Financial Officer of various operating divisions of The Jim Pattison Group. Ms. Briscoe is currently a director of Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Incorporated. She is also the Chair of the Audit Committee of the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions. She is a Fellow Chartered Accountant and holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of British Columbia. Ms. Briscoe brings an important range of extensive and diverse financial, accounting and business experience to the Board. In addition, Ms. Briscoe’s experience managing financial and reporting matters benefits the Corporation with respect to the issues overseen by the Corporation’s Audit Committee. Ms. Briscoe is a member of the NACD and ICD. In 2011, Ms. Briscoe received the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 12th Annual Influential Women in Business Awards and in 2012, Ms. Briscoe was presented with the Institute of Corporate Directors 2012 ICD Fellowship Award.

Matthew Coon Come(4) , , , Director

Mr. Coon Come was appointed to the Board in July 2017. Most recently, Mr. Coon Come was the Grand Chief of the Grand Council of the Crees (Eeyou Istche) and the Chairperson of the Cree Regional Authority, holding the position for over 20 years. He serves as a director of Labrador Iron Ore Mines Limited since August 2007 and has served as Executive Director of the Grand Council of the Crees (Eeyou Istchee), director of Aircreebec, Creeco (Cree Regional Economic Enterprises Company), the Cree Construction Company, Servinor, the James Bay Cree Cultural Education Centre, the Centre for Indigenous Environment Resources, Niskamoon Corporation, and the Cree School Board. Mr. Coon Come was the former Chief of Mistissini, National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations, becoming known for his efforts to end the federal policy of extinguishment of aboriginal peoples’ human rights of self-determination. In recognition of his leadership, Mr. Coon Come was awarded the Goldman prize, the “Nobel Prize of Environmental Awards” in 1994. Mr. Coon Come was granted the Honorary Doctor of Laws from the University of Toronto in 2000, the degree of Doctor of Laws Honoris Causta from Trent University in 1998 and the National Aboriginal Achievement Award in 1995.

Margot Franssen, O.C. (2)(4) , , , Director

Ms. Margot Franssen was appointed to the Board in April 2015. She is the founder and past–president of The Body Shop Canada. In 2002, Ms. Franssen was appointed an Officer of the Order of Canada, and she has received the Outstanding Achievement in the Advancement of Women Award from the United Nations Development Fund UNIFEM. She received an undergraduate degree from York University, is a fellow of Ryerson Polytechnic University, and has a honourary Doctor of Humane Letters 1995 and an honourary Doctor of Laws, Honoris Causa 1994. Ms. Franssen has served on many boards including CIBC, Women's College Hospital and York University. She is a founding Board Member of Women Moving Millions, a community devoted to raising million dollar gifts from women for women and girls, and has recently served as the Co-Chair of the National Task Force on Sex Trafficking of Canadian Girls in Canada. She has been named one of the Top 25 Most Influential Women in Canada and one of the 21 Leaders of the 21st Century, among many other prestigious honours. Ms. Franssen combines pragmatic business leadership with a unique perspective on the relationship between corporations and their various stakeholders and communities.

David Garofalo , , , Director

Mr. Garofalo was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of Goldcorp in February 2016. Prior to joining Goldcorp, he was President, Chief Executive Officer and Director of Hudbay since July 2010, where he was responsible for setting and executing Hudbay’s vision and strategy, working with Hudbay’s Board of Directors and senior management. Mr. Garofalo was Chair of Hudbay’s Executive Committee, the senior management group through which every strategic decision at the company was advanced. Before joining Hudbay, he served as Senior Vice President, Finance and Chief Financial Officer with Agnico-Eagle Mines Limited (1998–2010). Earlier in his career, he served as Treasurer and held various finance roles with Inmet Mining Corporation (1990–1998). Mr. Garofalo was named Canada’s CFO of the Year by Financial Executives International Canada (2009) and Top Gun CFO by Brendan Wood International (2009 and 2010) and was recognized by IR Magazine with awards for Best Investor Relations by a CFO (2009 and 2010) and Best Investor Relations by a CEO (2011). He was also The Northern Miner’s Mining Person of the Year for 2012. A graduate of the University of Toronto (B.Comm.), he is a Chartered Accountant and a Certified Director of the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD.D). He also serves on the board of directors of Mackenzie Health Foundation (formerly York Central Hospital Foundation).

Clement Pelletier(1)(3)(4) , , , Director

Mr. Pelletier is a process chemist/metallurgist by training with 14 years in industry and 33 years in resource-related environmental consulting. During his early years he worked with INCO in the mineral processing and extractive metallurgy area. Later, he worked with US Borax/Rio Tinto in the potash processing and underground mining area. In 1970, he joined Utah International for the development of the Island Copper Mine on Vancouver Island, BC. Here he led the work on the implementation of an engineered system for the placement of tailing on the seafloor of Rupert Inlet. On this project, he led the first major EIS for a mine in British Columbia. At Island Copper he had a number of roles including Manager of Mining Services, Manager of Administration and Assistant Mine Manager and Manager of Business Development. Since 1981 as founder and President of Rescan Group, Mr. Pelletier was involved in evaluation and development of Deep Sea Tailings Placement (DSTP) systems in Europe, the Americas, Africa and Southeast Asia. Mr. Pelletier has been retained as a consultant to a number of international mining companies, to assist with feasibility studies, conceptual design, project development, environmental licensing, project management, due diligence and risk assessments. Mr. Pelletier has managed the environmental engineering work for a number of DSTP projects for clients including: BHP Billiton Limited, Newmont Mining Corporation (“Newmont”), Vale S.A./Inco Limited, Glencore Xstrata Plc (formerly known as Xstrata Plc), Placer Dome/Barrick Gold Corporation, Teck Resources Limited, Rio Tinto Borax (formerly known as U.S. Borax Inc.) and First Quantum Minerals Ltd. He has also managed a number of acid rock drainage studies, industrial water treatment studies, mine closures and qualitative risk assessments. He has managed large EIS and permitting for major projects such as the KSM Project, the Jansen Potash Project, Goro Nickel, the Voisey’s Bay Nickel Project, Escondida, the Ekati Diamond Mine and others. Mr. Pelletier is a Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (“CIMM”) and has received the following awards: CIMM Distinguished Lecturer Award, CIMM Silver Medal for Distinguished Service to Mining Industry and the Technology Transfer Award from the Indonesian Department of Minerals and Energy for DSTP. Mr. Pelletier's extensive experience in the industry and environmental and technical expertise provides valuable insight and makes him a significant resource to both the Board and management. Mr. Pelletier is a member of the Institute of Corporate Directors and the National Association of Corporate Directors.

Randy Reifel(2)(3)(4) , , , Director

Mr. Reifel is President and a director of Chesapeake Gold Corp. that explores for precious metals in Mexico and Central America. Mr. Reifel was appointed to the Board in November 2006. Prior thereto, he had been a director of Glamis since June 2002 following the acquisition of Francisco Gold Corp. In 1993, Mr. Reifel founded and served as President and a director of Francisco Gold Corp. which discovered the El Sauzal gold deposit in Mexico and the Marlin gold deposit in Guatemala. Mr. Reifel holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree and a Masters of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of British Columbia. Mr. Reifel’s extensive experience in the mining industry, coupled with his background in precious metals exploration and project development, combine to provide valuable industry insight and perspective to both the Board and management. Mr. Reifel is a member of the NACD and the ICD.

Charlie Sartain(2)(4) , , , Director

Mr. Sartain is a mining engineer with over 30 years of mining experience. Previously, he was the Chief Executive Officer of Xstrata's global copper business and under his nine-year tenure grew the business to become one of the world's leading copper producers with mining operations and projects spanning seven countries. Prior to that, Mr. Sartain had extensive operating and executive experience with MIM Holdings Ltd., including General Manager at Ravenswood Gold Mines and General Manager at Ernest Henry Mine in Queensland Australia, President of Minera Alumbrera Ltd. in Argentina and Executive General Manager for Latin America. He is currently a Member of the Senate of the University of Queensland and a Director and Chairman of the Advisory Board of the Sustainable Minerals Institute at the University of Queensland. He is also a Director of the Board of the Wesley Medical Research Institute in Brisbane. Mr. Sartain holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) from the University of Melbourne, Australia.

Blanca Treviño de Vega (1)(3) , , , Director

Ms. Treviño is currently President and Chief Executive Officer of Softtek, S.A. de C.V. (“Softtek”). Under her leadership, Softtek has become a leading information technology services company in Latin America. As President, Ms. Treviño has positioned Softtek as a key part of Mexico, opening its doors to the United States as a provider of IT services. This shaped what is known today as Nearshore, Softtek’s trademarked delivery model, and a term widely used in the industry to define outsourcing services provided by countries within close proximity. Throughout her 25-year career, Ms. Treviño has gained international recognition as a promoter of the IT services industry in and from emerging countries. To help increase the participation of Latin America in the IT field, Ms. Treviño has collaborated with various governments in the early strategies of development. Ms. Treviño has been on the Board of Directors for Wal-Mart de Mexico SAB De CV since 2006, and has been a board member for several universities and nonprofit organizations. She has also been a frequent presenter in national and international forums related to entrepreneurialism, information technology and the role of women in business. She has participated in forums at the World Bank, Inter-American Development Bank, Kellogg School of Management, Harvard Business School and London Business School. Beyond the IT industry, she is identified by several media publications as one of the most influential executives in Mexico and Latin America. Ms. Treviño was the first woman to be inducted into the prestigious IAOP (International Association of Outsourcing Providers) Outsourcing Hall of Fame and has been named one of the Top 25 Businesswomen by The Latin Business Chronicle, and a Rising Star on Fortune’s list of the 50 Most Powerful Women, among other accolades. In 2014, Ms Treviño was named Mexico’s Women of the Year by the National Women of the Year Foundation. Originally from Monterrey, Mexico, Ms. Treviño studied Computer Science at the Instituto Tecnológico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM). Ms. Treviño’s significant experience in the IT industry, coupled with her experience as an entrepreneur, bring important insight to both the Board and management. Ms. Treviño is a member of the Institute of Corporate Directors and the National Association of Corporate Directors.

Kenneth Williamson(1)(2) , , , Director

Mr. Williamson was appointed to the Board in November 2006. Prior thereto, he had been a director of Glamis since 1999. He was Vice-Chairman, Investment Banking at Midland Walwyn/Merrill Lynch Canada Inc. from 1993 to 1998. He has worked in the securities industry for more than 25 years, concentrating on financial services and the natural resource industries in the United States and Europe. Mr. Williamson is a director of a number of companies in the natural resource sector. He holds a Bachelor of Applied Science (P.Eng.) degree from the University of Toronto and a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Western Ontario. Mr. Williamson’s experience in the investment banking and natural resources industries, in both domestic and international markets, combined with his knowledge of commodities and securities markets, provides the Board with valuable insight and perspective on these issues. In addition, Mr. Williamson brings valuable financial expertise and understanding to the Board. Mr. Williamson is a member of the NACD and ICD.
  1. Member of the Audit Committee
  2. Member of the Human Resources and Compensation Committee
  3. Member of the Governance and Nominating Committee
  4. Member of the Sustainability Committee
  5. Vice Chair and Lead Director