Mr. Henneberry is a Professional Geoscientist registered in British Columbia with over 42 years of experience in domestic and international exploration and production for base and precious metals and industrial minerals. He serves or has served as a founder, director, senior officer, and/or consultant to various CSE and TSXV listed companies since 2004. He currently holds Board positions with Golden Independence Mining Corp., Hilo Mining Ltd., iMetal Resources Inc., J4 Ventures Inc., Silver Sands Resources Corp., Tana Resources Corp.and Treviso Capital Corp. He also sits on the Advisory Boards of Atomic Minerals Corporation, Max Resource Corp. and Universal Copper Ltd.
Mr. Steen attended the Mackay School of Mines, University of Nevada. Mark has spent a lifetime involved in uranium production and exploration and has successfully researched and secured properties for major uranium companies. His extensive knowledge of the geology of uranium ore deposits and the history of uranium exploration led him to select Atomic Mineral’s land position. His father, Charles A. Steen, discovered the ‘Mi Vida’ uranium mine in the state of Utah, one of the largest discoveries of uranium in the world during the 1950s and arguably triggered the world’s first uranium boom.
Mr. McCleary was a senior level geologist for the proposed High Level Nuclear Waste Repository at Yucca Mountain, Nevada. Mr. McCleary, who is currently working independently, has over 45 years of experience as a geologist and manager with ISSI, URS, and Woodward-Clyde. Mr. McCleary's professional expertise includes; stratigraphy, structural geology, geologic model development, and quaternary geology. Most of his work has been on large, multidisciplinary projects that require the integration of numerous datasets in order to achieve success. He is a member of the Geological Society of America and Friends of the Pleistocene.