Our board moves wrap includes Ashley Hood, Will Robinson, Bryan Dixon, Sarah Leonard, Andrew Arnold, Ivo Polovineo, and Jonathan Shellabear.
Ashley Hood has resigned as non-executive director of Celsius Resources, having served on the board since November 2019 and assisted in the evaluation and due diligence of potential acquisitions including the Anleck acquisition.
Hampton Hill Mining has appointed Will Robinson as non-executive director from February. Mr Robinson has worked in the resources industry for over 20 years, with a particular focus on generating greenfield exploration opportunities.
Following an ongoing review of its board and corporate governance principles by Lithium Australia, Bryan Dixon will retire as a non-executive director. Mr Dixon served on the board since December 2009 and will continue to provide the company with consulting services, with a focus on Envirostream where he is non-executive chair.
Sarah Leonard has been appointed general counsel & company secretary of Lynas Rare Earths. Ms Leonard is an experienced general counsel and a leading resources & infrastructure lawyer. She will succeed Andrew Arnold who has been in the role for 12 years. Mr Arnold will step down in mid-April following a transition period. Ivo Polovineo, who joined the company in 2001, will also step down as the Australian company secretary in mid-April but remains as a consultant to the company.
Tempus Resources has appointed Jonathan Shellabear as non-executive director from February. Mr Shellabear has over 30 years of experience in the mining and financial services industries; and has extensive knowledge across technical, commercial and financial disciplines.