Advanced Exploration Projects in Colombia with Social & Environmental Commitments

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Antioquia Gold's management team and directors possess over 200 years of collective industry experience, with a demonstrated track record embracing exploration, development and financing and operating mines throughout the world.

Julian Villarruel


President and Chief Operating Officer

Julian is a Colombian mining and metallurgical engineer, lawyer and international economics specialist with thirty years' experience in senior management positions, in both the public and the private sectors. He was formerly general director of the Colombian Institute of Geology and Mining (Ingeominas) and has held senior management positions with other mining companies in Colombia in addition to serving as a professor in several Colombian universities.

J.H. (Jim) Decker, P. Eng.


Director, Executive Vice President

Jim is a founding shareholder of Antioquia Gold. He has a B.Sc. in mining engineering from Queen's University and more than forty years' in the mining business. He is the president and principal partner of Jim Decker & Associates, a mining consulting firm that provides senior management input for operating mines and mining projects. Jim's principal activities are associated with due diligence exercises for acquisitions and sales of mining properties, operating audits of surface mining operations and supervisory training for large mining companies such as Barrick Gold, Kinross, Teck and Xstrata. He also serves as a director of TSXV companies Cava Resources and Braveheart Resources.

Rodger Roden, CA


Chief Financial Officer

Rodger is a chartered accountant with more than 25 years' experience during which he has worked as VP Finance/CFO with public and private companies in a broad range of industries. He is CFO to several public companies in the mining space.

Alvaro Espinoza


Corporate Controller

Strong background in mining finance. Manager of Administration & Finance at Cori Puno, a CMH subsidiary