President, CEO and Director
Tim brings over 25 years of experience in the uranium mining and nuclear energy industries. Most recently, Tim was Vice President Commercial with Denison Mines Corp (“Denison”) where he led the company’s commercial function in support of development of its flagship Wheeler River uranium project. He also acted as Chief Commercial Officer of Uranium Participation Corporation during this period. Previously, Tim spent more than 20 years with Cameco Corporation ("Cameco") in various marketing and corporate development roles, having served as Vice President Marketing, from 2011 to 2017. During that period, he led a diverse corporate marketing team tasked with delivering more than 30 million pounds of uranium annually and contributed to key management decisions as a member of Cameco’s executive management committee. Prior to that, Tim worked in several senior roles at Cameco including Director, Corporate Development in which he led various acquisitions and international investment opportunities. Additionally, he held several uranium marketing and trading roles, where over several years he dealt directly with most of the world’s nuclear power utilities. Tim also worked with the World Nuclear Association's predecessor organization, the Uranium Institute, on secondment from Cameco. Tim currently serves on the board of TAM International, a leading global transporter of radioactive materials and is a past board member of Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership (STEP), a joint government/private non-profit organization that champions the province's export industry.
Vice President – Exploration
Mr. Blower is a Professional Geologist with 30 years of experience in the minerals industry including mine geology, resource estimation and exploration for a variety of commodities. For the past 14 years, Mr. Blower has been involved in uranium exploration in the Athabasca Basin with Pitchstone Exploration Ltd., Denison Mines Corp. and now IsoEnergy Ltd. At Denison, Mr. Blower led the team that added 75M lbs of U3O8 mineral resources to the Wheeler River project through expansion of the Phoenix deposit and the discovery of the Gryphon basement hosted uranium deposit. Prior to Denison Mines Mr. Blower was President, CEO and a director of Pitchstone Exploration Ltd. until its sale in 2012 to Fission Energy.
Mr. Blower is a Professional Geoscientist with a B.Sc. degree in Geological Sciences from the University of British Columbia and an MSc. in Geological Sciences from Queen’s University.
Chief Financial Officer
Ms. Richardson is a Chartered Professional Accountant and has worked in the mining industry for over 30 years. Ms. Richardson graduated from McMaster University with a Bachelor in Economics and has a Diploma in Accounting from Wilfred Laurier University.
From 2010 to 2017, Ms. Richardson was Chief Financial Officer of Hillsborough Resources Limited, a privately-owned coal producer. Between 2006 and present, Ms. Richardson provided financial consulting services to several publicly listed mining companies, primarily in the gold sector, including Atlantic Gold Corporation, Primero Mining Corp., Yukon-Nevada Gold Corp., Rio Alto Mining Ltd. and Goldgroup Mining Inc. From 1991 to 2006 Ms. Richardson was Director of Group Accounting at Placer Dome Inc. which then operated 17 mines across five countries. At Placer Dome Inc., Ms. Richardson was responsible for the financial reporting of global operations and integrating new acquisitions. From 1985 to 1991 Ms. Richardson was a manager in the audit group (mining) at Ernst & Young LLP, Toronto.
Professional Geologist with 16+ years in mineral exploration, including 13+ years in uranium exploration in the Athabasca Basin, Hornby Bay Basin, Colorado Plateau, and Namibia.
Previously worked on the Triple-R, Phoenix, Gryphon, and J-Zone uranium deposits.