GMG introduces new board

The Global Mining Guidelines Group (GMG) has tapped seven individuals to serve as its new board of directors.

The group’s chair will be Kalev Ruberg, who is vice president of future and chief innovation officer for Teck, and its vice chair will be Mark O’Brien, who is general manager – Digital Technology and Innovation at CITIC Pacific Mining.

GMG also tapped five to be directors of the board. They include Michelle Ash, technology executive, OZ Minerals; Mark Richards, manager – Mining Technology, Teck; Liv Carroll, managing director and Applied Intelligence Natural Resources lead, Accenture; Andrew Scott, National Cluster Development manager, METS Ignited; and Courtney Lynn, vice president, Corporate Development and Investor Relations, Ero Copper. 

“Each one brings a great deal of experience and knowledge that will help lead GMG towards a bright future,” said Heather Ednie, CEO of GMG.

“I thank all of the candidates for taking the time to apply; we received a lot of nominations which I take as an indicator of the value the industry places on GMG.”   

The non-profit group was founded in May 2012 as a membership organization to bring the global mining community together by providing a platform for collaboration and a space that fosters network and relationship building between stakeholders from within and across the mining industry. Some of its members include Anglo American, Caterpillar, BHP, Komatsu, Orica, Glencore, ABB and Teck. 

Source: Global Mining Guidelines Group 

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