Bruce McLeod, P.Eng

Director, President and Chief Executive Officer

Bruce McLeod, P.Eng Bruce McLeod is a Mining Engineer with over 30 years of experience in all areas of the mining industry. Most recently he was the President & CEO of Mercator Minerals Ltd. Prior to that, he was the President, CEO and Director of Creston Moly Corp. as well as a founder of both Sherwood Copper Corp and Stornoway Diamond Corporation. He also served on the Board of Directors of Palmerejo Silver and Gold Corp (acquired by Coeur D’Alene Mines) and Ariane Gold (acquired by Cambior Inc.) and has been involved in numerous projects at various stages of development while with the Northair Group. Mr. McLeod was the co-recipient of AMEBC’s EA Scholz Award for excellence in mine development in 2009 and primarily focuses on project development, strategic planning, and financing activities.

Elaine Bennett

Chief Financial Officer and Vice-President, Finance

Elaine Bennett

Ms. Bennett brings to the Company over 30 years of experience in the mining industry to the Company. Prior to September 2008, she was Chief Financial Officer of Miramar. Ms. Bennett also served as a director on the boards of Avala Resources Ltd., Bear Lake Gold Ltd., and Dunav Resources, all Canadian gold exploration companies.

Nicole Hoeller

Vice-President, Communications and Corporate Secretary

Nicole Hoeller Prior to January 2008, Ms. Hoeller was Director, IR for Miramar. Along with her over 18 years of experience in investor relations and communications in the industry, Ms. Hoeller has also spent extensive time traveling in the Arctic, liaising and consulting with communities, Inuit organizations and all levels of government about the benefits and impacts of mining in Canada’s North.

Angus Campbell

Vice-President, Exploration

Angus Campbell

Angus has a strong and varied background in global mineral exploration. Prior to joining Sabina in 2012 he was Exploration Manager for Chile with BHP Billiton based in Santiago. He has a broad range of experience in green field and brown field exploration initiatives and projects. As well he holds a deep understanding of diverse cultural and team environments, large project management, project generation, opportunity evaluation, partner alliances and JV’s and equity deals. He also has broad exposure to managing health and safety, commercial risk and due diligence issues. Angus was a member of the Spence deposit discovery team, honoured by winning the PDAC Bill Denis Award in 1998.

Matthew Pickard

Vice-President, Environment and Sustainability

Matthew Pickard Matthew Pickard is a Professional Geoscientist with significant experience in sustainability and mine development within the Canadian mining industry. Matthew holds an Honours Bachelor of Science and Masters of Business Administration, both from Laurentian University. He also retains the designation of Professional Geoscientist, Canadian Registered Safety Professional and Certified Environmental Practitioner. During his career Matthew has spent time with Falconbridge, De Beers Canada, Baffinland Iron Mines and now Sabina. He has worked throughout Canada including projects in Ontario, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Quebec, and the Northwest Territories, but recently has been focused on Nunavut. As Vice President of Environment & Sustainability for Sabina, Matthew is directing the permitting of future mining developments in Nunavut. He also currently sits on the Board of Directors of the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada.

Lello Galassi

Vice-President, Project Development and Construction

In Feb 2018, Lello joined Sabina Gold as the VP – Project Development & Construction to lead the development phase of the Back River Project.

Mr. Galassi is a retired US Air Force Officer and Engineer with extensive experience in systems development, acquisition and project management and construction in leading greenfield mining projects in remote areas of the world. His breadth of knowledge and capacity ranges from multi-million to multi-billion-dollar projects.

Between 2004-2008, Lello was the project manager of the Tenke Fungurume Project, a Phelps Dodge greenfield copper and cobalt mine development in the Democratic Republic of Congo. This US$2 billion project was developed from concept studies to first copper cathode production in January 2009. In 2009, Mr. Galassi worked for Rio Tinto Iron Ore Expansion Projects, a group of Rio Tinto focused on developing new greenfield mines and plants in NW Australia. He led the project studies teams and engineering contractors in developing a new mine, new bulk material port loading facility and new heavy haul rail systems for the Turee Syncline Project and for expansions at the Dampier Port facilities.

In late 2010, Lello was asked by Rio Tinto to lead the very-large African Guinea Simandou Iron Ore Project as a Project Director – General Manager. This US$18 billion greenfield project scope included a new mine, new processing plant, over 750 km of new heavy haul rail and machinery, a new deep water port facility, and all supporting systems including camps, warehouses, power generation, airfields and construction support port facilities. In 2013, Mr. Galassi took a position as COO and Project Director of the Aurora Gold Mine Project for Guyana Goldfields. This greenfield project had a capital value of approximately US$300 million and was a joint effort of Guyana Goldfields, financial institutions, and the International Finance Corporation. The project commenced in Q2 2013 with successful completion and first-gold pour in Sep 2015.

Following the Aurora Project, from 2015-2018, he assumed a position as project director for the Phoenix Projects, a combination of brownfield and greenfield mining projects in Barcelona, Spain. The projects included a new 5 km long underground access ramp to the mine, new processing plants for potash and salt derivatives, new rail systems and a new greenfield bulk material handling/ storage port facility in the Barcelona Port. These projects had a combined value of US$500 million.