Advisory Board

  • Rick Streiff, CPG

    Rick Streiff is a western US-based geologist with over 35 years of experience exploring low- and intermediate-sulfidation epithermal precious metals systems. Mr. Streiff led the OceanaGold Corporation team that discovered the blind WKP low-sulfidation gold deposit in Waihi, New Zealand. Prior to working for OceanaGold, Mr. Streiff spent 18 years with Newmont Corporation and its predecessor companies. His previous roles with Newmont included managing geological activities at all of its Nevada underground mines, managing surface geology programs in the Carlin Trend, plus near-mine and regional exploration at Waihi, New Zealand. In Nevada he previously held senior geologic roles at the Twin Creeks, Midas and Post/Betze mines. Earlier in his career, he worked in geologic roles for Echo Bay Minerals Co. at the Kettle River, McCoy/Cove and Round Mountain mines.
  • John H. Wright, P.Eng

    John Wright is a director of SilverCrest Metals Inc. and Ero Copper Corporation. He was a founder, director and former president and chief operating officer of Pan American Silver Corp. The first 10 years of John's career were spent with Teck Corporation and Cominco Ltd., where he worked at the Trail smelter operations, and later participated in the management of feasibility studies, marketing and mine construction at the Afton, Highmont, Bullmoose and David Bell mines. Mr. Wright is a P.Eng and holds a degree in metallurgical engineering from Queens University in Ontario.
  • Dr. Anthony (Tony) Naldrett, 1933-2020

    Bitterroot's management is saddened to learn of the recent passing of Dr. Anthony (Tony) Naldrett, who was a longstanding member of the Company's Technical Advisory Board. Tony significantly advanced the world's understanding of magmatic nickel-copper sulphide deposits. We are honoured to have known and worked with Tony and will miss him greatly. We wish to convey our sincerest condolences to Tony's family for their loss.
  • Mr. Glenn Scott, PG

    Mr. Scott is a registered professional geologist in the United States. He is a graduate of Michigan Technological University (B.Sc. Geology 1966, M.Sc. Geology 1969), with more than 50 years of experience in mineral exploration, mine development, surface and underground mine operations, ore reserve modeling, grade control, mine planning/optimization and reconciliation. Mr. Scott retired from Cliffs Natural Resources Inc. as Chief Geologist of the Cliffs Technical Group. He has held operational and consulting roles in gold, copper, coal and iron mines and numerous exploration projects with Cliffs Natural Resources, Callahan Mining Corporation, Western Mining Corporation, Copper Range Company and Bear Creek Mining Company.