Position: President & CEO, Director
John is a non-executive director of Great Quest Metals Ltd. and has served as the CEO of Nevsun Resources Limited, which successfully brought the Bisha Mine into production in Eritrea. Prior to joining Nevsun in 1997, Dr. Clarke was an Executive Director of Ashanti Goldfields Company Limited of Ghana, where he helped establish Ashanti's gold exploration program throughout sub-Saharan Africa. Dr. Clarke holds a Ph.D. in metallurgy from Cambridge University and M.B.A. from the University of Middlesex.
|Arnold T. Kondrat|
Position: Executive Vice-President & Director
Banro's principal founder, Arnold is the Executive Vice-President of the Corporation and has been involved in corporate finance activities for over 20 years. He is also President and Managing Director of Sterling Portfolio Securities Inc., a private venture capital firm based in Toronto.
|Donat K. Madilo|
Position: Chief Financial Officer
Donald joined Banro in 1996. He has over 17 years experience in finance and administration and holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Honors) from Institut Supérieur de Commerce de Kinshasa, a B.Sc. (Licence) in Applied Economics from University of Kinshasa and a Masters of Science in Accounting (Honors) from Roosevelt University in Chicago.
Position: Head of Projects and Operations
Dan has over 25 years-experience in the gold mining industry. He has an MSc in Mineral Exploration with Distinction from Leicester University, UK and is a Member and a Chartered Professional of AusIMM. Dan was Banro's Vice President of Exploration from 2007 to 2013. Prior to joining Banro in 2004, Dan was the Group Mineral Resource Manager with Ashanti Goldfields, with responsibilities for the coordination, auditing and compilation of Ashanti's Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves in Africa.
Position: Vice President, Investor Relations
Naomi Nemeth is a seasoned investor relations professional with more than 25 years' experience, the majority of which has been focused on the mining industry with companies such as Desert Sun Mining (acquired by Yamana Gold), Wolfden Resources (acquired by Zinifex), African Copper, Homeland Energy and Continental Gold. Naomi began her career as a geologist working in the Yukon, Northwest Territories and Ontario and has an undergraduate degree in geology and biology from Brock University and a Master's degree in journalism from the University of Western Ontario.
Position: Chairman, Banro Foundation
Martin joined Banro in 2004 as Vice President, Corporate Development, following a career as a consultant in corporate communications. In 2007, he took over management of the Company's registered charity, the Banro Foundation. In 2011 he became its Chairman. The award-winning Banro Foundation has been formally recognized in the DRC and Canada for its contributions to social and economic reconstruction in the DRC.
Position: Vice President Government Relations
Desire is Banro's Vice-President, Government Relations and is based in Kinshasa. He has a Masters degree in management from E.D.C. (Paris) and has over 17 years professional experience in D.R.Congo's exploration and mining sector. He previously held senior positions with the Belgium-Luxemburg mining company, Mindev, and with Ashanti Goldfields, where for seven years he was the company's country manager.
Position: Vice President Stakeholder Relations & Security
Koos has twenty five years experience in the mining industry in the gold, platinum, coal and base metals sectors. He has Diplomas in Human Resources Management and Labour Relations, and has attended Executive Development Programs (EPD) at the Wits Business School in South Africa and the IMD at Lausanne. Over the past decade he has had responsibility for the Human Resources function, the Global security function, and the Business and Leadership Academy within Goldfields. Koos heads up the Human Resources and Security functions for Banro and has specific responsibility for the Twangiza Mine Resettlement Project.