Rob Birmingham – President and Director
Mr. Birmingham has over 10 years experience in the resources and corporate sector. Mr. Birmingham is the current President & Chief Executive Officer of New Destiny Mining Inc. and was previously the President & Chief Executive Officer of Revolver Resources Inc (now GGX Resources). In addition, Mr. Birmingham has been a Director of multiple public companies on the TSX Venture Exchange and the Canadian Securities Exchange. Mr. Birmingham holds a Business Degree from Capilano University.
Zeny Manalo – CFO
Ms. Manalo has acted as a Director and Officer of multiple publicly traded companies. She has been self-employed since 1991 acting as an administrative consultant and accounting for Canadian and US public companies. Zeny is based in Vancouver and is the current Chief Financial Officer of New Destiny Mining.
Greg Olesen – Director
Mr. Olesen provides consulting services and has over 37 years of experience within a wide array of sectors, including Oil & Gas, Chemicals and Engineering and Construction both on the national and international stage. Mr. Olesen has extensive operation experience in Project Management, Public Relations and overall business development along with overall business development skills. Mr. Olesen has been on the Board of Directors of multiple public companies.
Anthony Zelen – Director
Mr. Zelen graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Political Science from Simon Fraser University. Over the past 18 years, he has worked in roles ranging from investor relations, public relations, and strategic marketing for the technology, mining and oil and gas industries. Anthony serves as the Director of several publicly traded companies, currently including New Destiny Minerals (NED: TSXv) and Fitch Street Capital Corp. (FSC.H: TSXv), and has a number of successful private business ventures under his belt.
Wesley Warthe-Anderson – Director
Mr. Warthe-Anderson currently holds an economics degree from the University of Victoria, where he graduated with honours. Over the past four years he has worked on various mining projects throughout Canada, both in an office and out in the field.