Board of Directors

Peter Bojtos, P.Eng.

Chairman and Independent Director

Mr. Bojtos is a Professional Engineer with over 50 years of worldwide experience in the mining industry. He has an extensive background in corporate management and financing, as well as in all facets of the industry from exploration through the feasibility study stage to mine construction, operations and decommissioning.

Mr. Bojtos graduated from the University of Leicester, England in 1972, following which he worked at open-pit iron-ore and underground base-metal and uranium mines in West Africa, the United States and Canada. Following that, he worked in Toronto for Kerr Addison Mines Ltd., a Noranda Group company, in increasingly senior management and officer positions for 12 years. From 1990 to 1992 he was the President & CEO of RFC Resource Finance Corp. developing a zinc mine in Washington State. From 1992 to 1993 Mr. Bojtos was the President & CEO of Consolidated Nevada Goldfields Corp. which operated precious metal mines in the United States. From 1993 to 1995 he was Chairman & CEO of Greenstone Resources Ltd, constructing and operating several gold mines in Central America.


David Wolfin

President & CEO, Director

Mr. Wolfin brings 30 years of experience in mining and finance. He learned the business from the ground up, starting as a geologist’s assistant in Nevada, a metallurgist’s assistant at the Avino mine in Mexico and later in a number of mining and exploration-related capacities. In the late 1980s, Mr. Wolfin worked on the floor of the Vancouver Stock Exchange and also for several brokerage houses, gaining a solid foundation in the finance side of the industry.

Since 1990, Mr. Wolfin has worked for the Oniva Group of Resource companies, including Avino Silver & Gold Mines Ltd. (CEO, President & Director); Bralorne Gold Mines Ltd. (Former CEO, President & Director); Coral Gold Resources Ltd. (CEO, President & Director); and Levon Resources Ltd. (Former Director). In his various roles with these firms, he has helped raise over C$100 million.

Jasman Yee, P.Eng. (Retired)


Mr. Yee, BASc, P.Eng (BC, Retired) is a 1970 graduate of the University of British Columbia with a degree in chemical engineering, a 1974 graduate of Toronto’s Ryerson Polytechnical Institute with a degree in economics, and holds a certificate for completing the Canadian Securities Course. He has over 35 years of operational, managerial, engineering and consulting experience in the processing of precious and complex polymetallic base metals ores within North America and abroad.

Mr. Yee is currently the managing director of his own consulting firm and has held senior positions with H A. Simons, Bateman Engineering and Bacon Donaldson & Associates. He has commissioned and started up mines for Falconbridge Copper in Ontario; Canada Wide in Gays River, Nova Scotia; Erickson Gold Mines in Cassiar, BC; and the autoclave restart for the Con Mine in Yellowknife, NWT. In addition, he has provided operational assistance and guidance at the Campbell Mine during the switchover from roasting to autoclaving for gold flotation concentrates.

Ronald Andrews


Mr. Andrews is the owner and operator of Andrews Orchards and sells and distributes agricultural chemicals and fertilizers. He is also the president of West Wind Property Inc., which is a property management and holding company.  Mr. Andrews is on the boards of Bonner Mall and Coral Gold Resources Ltd., and he has served as labor foreman for Kennecott Mining Company, a division of Rio Tinto in the Arctic Circle.  Mr. Andrews has a Bachelor of Science degree from Washington State University and a Masters in Political Science.  He served as a helicopter pilot in Vietnam and is retired from the United States Army Reserves.

Carolina Ordoñez


Carolina Ordoñez is the recipient of the Top 10 Most Influential Hispanics in Canada, has over 15 years of experience in the resource sector as a liaison between Governments, Corporations, Mining subsidiaries, Communities, and Investors, with extensive experience in different regions around the world, including Durango, Mexico. Former roles include Executive Member of the Vancouver branch of Women in Mining.

Native Spanish speaker, Carolina is actively dedicated to promoting Latin-American culture and an influential member of the community. She has led the Board of various not-for-profit organizations and sits on the board of The Karina LeBlanc Foundation.

Carolina holds a global designation in International Trade Business and International Commerce from the British Columbia Institute of Technology and a Diploma in Global Business and Politics from the Yale School of Management.

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