Mr. Miles has a B.Comm from the University of British Columbia. He has more than 25 years' experience in finance and was formerly a Vice President of Midland Doherty Inc., Dean Witter Reynolds, and CIBC World Markets. Prior to becoming President and CEO of Sanatana Resources Inc., Mr. Miles was an advisor to a number of public and private companies, primarily in the natural resource sector including Roughrider Uranium Inc. At a private stage, Mr. Miles financed Roughrider and was later instrumental in Hathor Exploration Inc.'s acquisition of Roughrider. Hathor was acquired by Rio Tinto plc in 2011 for $654 million. Mr. Miles is a Director of Gamehost Inc., and is the founder of Sanatana Resources Inc.
President and Director
As head of Sanatana's exploration team, Mr. Doyle's experience includes more than 25 years in the gold and mineral exploration industry. He has been involved in numerous gold projects in the past including the position of senior project geologist on the over-30 million ounce Lihir gold discovery, now a mine, in Papua New Guinea. Using the knowledge gained from Lihir (epithermal gold), he discovered three gold prospects with over 50 gram-metre intercepts which all now form the basis of ASX junior portfolios. He also runs a gold junior focused in Brazil that has global resources of 1.6 million ounces and a project in the pre-feasibility stage. Mr. Doyle has enjoyed exploration success in other sectors. He led the team that discovered the currently producing Diavik/Aber Diamond mine and was Vice President of Exploration for North American Diamonds with a division of Rio Tinto, for 12 years. He is also a founder and board member of Western Potash Corp., a company with a potash resource in the pre-feasibility stage. Mr. Doyle meets the requirements of a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101.
Mr. Will is a commercial real estate developer and president, director and co-founder of the publicly traded company Gamehost Inc.
Mr Smith, FAusIMM, MCIM, is a mining engineering graduate of the University of Queensland, Australia, with 50 years' experience in corporate, operations and project management and consulting within the international base and precious metals industries. He has a broad range of underground and open pit operating experience. Most importantly for Sanatana, Mr. Smith was Mine Superintendent and Chief Mining Engineer at the 90,000 tpd Bougainville Copper mine in Papua New Guinea, located to the northwest of Sanatana's recently acquired Tirua project.