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ATHA Energy (CSE: SASK) this morning bolstered its exploration and corporate teams, adding two individuals to key roles at the company.
Cliff Revering, P. Eng., has been appointed to the role of Vice President of Exploration. Revering comes to the company with close to three decades of experience in the mining sector, having worked at nearly every major uranium deposit within Canada.
Notably, Revering served as the Chief Geologist at the Cigar Lake Uranium Mine for the first five years that it was operated by Cameco, and has worked on uranium projects in North America, Australia, and Africa.
Karina Tyne, P. Geo, meanwhile joins the company as Director of Corporate Affairs. Tyne has a decade and a half of experience working in the mining industry, previously leading community and Indigenous engagement at NexGen Energy, prior to which she managed internal processes and systems for Teck Resources.
Prior to working in the field of Indigenous engagement and corporate management, she worked in the field of exploration and mine geology, including at Cameco’s McArthur River site.
“At ATHA, our people are one of the primary cornerstones of our execution strategy, and the addition of Mr. Revering and Ms. Tyne – who have been a part of some of the most significant uranium assets in the world – equips our team with a unique depth of expertise that further positions the Company to unlock value across our exciting foundation of assets,” commented CEO Troy Boisjoli on the appointments.
The development follows the company last week securing shareholder approval for a major three-pronged merger with Latitude Uranium and 92 Energy, as well as the appointment of Suraj Ahuja as a technical advisor to the company.
ATHA Energy last traded at $1.02 on the CSE.
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