A Potpourri of News
~ The Fab Five ~
To NuLegacy shareholders/stakeholders:
My thanks to those of you who referred my last missive to their friends and family, much appreciated!
Amongst the potpourri of news provided today I would like to point out the addition of Debra Struhsacker as our Environmental Permitting & Government Relations consultant, which brings NuLegacy’s total complement of very smart effective ladies to five - “NuLegacy’s Fab Five”.
You will have heard about the great geo-team (read here) we’ve enrolled over the last four years, considered by many authoritative people as the best Carlin-deposit discovery team in Nevada, if not in the world.
Today I am going to brag on the “Fab Five”, the best corporate, administrative and support team…in Nevada...or the world!
Susan Tessman (2010) our longest-term loyalist is NuLegacy’s Administrator. Susan has provided administration and Corporate Secretarial services to public companies for over 30 years, the majority of them in resource exploration and development. She has been Corporate Secretary of numerous TSX Venture listed companies, and works closely with both our legal counsel and CFO to maintain NuLegacy’s regulatory compliance as well as all corporate records, including who invested in each private placement when and at what price, etc.
Susan, Quinton Hennigh, and I completed the recent C$5.6 million Private Placement financing in a personal and professional record of 13 days from start to finish; Susan worked from 7 AM to 11 PM during the last several days to accomplish that “best”…and asked that we ‘not try to beat that record again soon’.
JoAnn Newbury (2011): Our amazing part-time Reno Office Manager/Community Liaison Officer has 40 years of experience in the mining industry (Phelps Dodge, Laminco, Frontier and NuLegacy), special events management and production, public radio, and banking. http://bit.ly/JoAnnNewbury
Her professional specialties are office management, technical writing, file management and community relations. JoAnn is Chairman of the Registration Committee for the GSN 2021 Symposium, a board member of the GSN Foundation, and Secretary/Director of Administration for the Nevada Mineral Exploration Coalition. Busy lady!
Denise Dowell (2017): When our Director of Exploration, Ed Cope was still VP Exploration, North America for Barrick Gold, I asked him for some help in finding a really good geotechnical database manager.
He directed me to Denise who he considered one of the best and had “just been laid off”. Back then Barrick was going through one of its “shrink to survive” periods and to our good fortune was laying off by seniority. As part of the geo-technical team she helped create and is managing our superb geotechnical database, and she produced the much-improved graphics in our recent PowerPoint presentations.
Juliane Ernst (June 2020): Our latest full-time addition was discovered through an ad put in the Elko Daily Free Press.
Having shrunk NuLegacy’s corporate office by 50% (from 6 to 3 people) when I returned as CEO in the Spring 2019, we were deliberately short one…tests everyone’s mettle...however, after a year of stretching it was time to add one back.
I decided to hire our Administrative Assistant in Elko, someone capable of becoming the Elko Office Manager in expectation of the tremendous growth we’ll experience when we complete the anticipated discovery in the Rift Anticline that will necessitate moving our exploration office from Reno to Elko.
We received three of the best resumes I have seen in 40 years of hiring…proving the smart people have already escaped the CBDs (Central Business Districts) of the big cities. Still keeping the other resumes against the day we move!! Juliane has seized the initiative and is making a huge difference in my ability to get things planned and executed.
Last but certainly not least is Debra Struhsacker (July 2020) our new Environmental Permitting & Government Relations consultant. Debbie is a well-known mining industry advocate and permitting expert who has helped numerous companies navigate the federal and state permitting processes to secure exploration and development permits.
As one of the co-founders of the Women’s Mining Coalition, she has been at the forefront of many of the industry’s most important legislative and regulatory issues for nearly 30 years. Her addition to our team adds an element of continuity as Mark Bradley, our VP, Exploration, pivots to focus entirely on the pending (October) drilling program on the target rich Anticline Rift.
Once again, if you have not had a recent “NuLegacy fix” be sure to watch the succinct 14:14 minute presentation by Dr. Quinton Hennigh (of Novo Resources fame) describing NuLegacy’s progress: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VtEndMEMaRs.
Here’s 11:47 minutes of Jay Taylor’s interviewing Quinton discussing NuLegacy’s possible "Elephant Sized Deposit": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K030DEzkscg.
And another very brief (3:18 mins) useful orientation video of the Rift Anticline target showing some of the permitting activities underway/completed: Goldrush 2.0.
Thank you and cheers until next time,
Albert J. Matter CEO, Director
NuLegacy Gold Corporation | NUG:TSXV | NULGF:OTCQX C: 604.512.7003 | www.nulegacygold.com
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