Marcel Robillard is a geologist, graduated in 1993 from the University of Quebec in Montreal. He also holds a Master of Earth Sciences obtained in 1995. From 1998 to 2007, he acted as a project geologist and project manager for Géominex, a consulting firm in geology and mining exploration. Since 2007, Mr. Robillard is on the board of directors of Puma Exploration (PUMA:TSX-V) in addition to being CEO of this company since 2010.


Richard Thibault has a B.Sc. (Mining Engineering) from Queen’s University of Canada. He is a Professional Engineer (P.Eng.) with over 40 years of mining experience in engineering, operations, management and consulting in North and South America and Southeast Asia and is the President and Principal Engineer at AVOT Consulting Inc. Currently he is on a long-term assignment for MUZO Emeralds as VP, Colombian Shared Services and Director of Mines in Colombia. Prior, he was Group Chief Operating Officer, Mining of Malaysia Smelting Company Bhd. and Senior General Manager of its subsidiary Rahman Hydraulic Tin Sdn. Bhd. along with being CEO of Asian Metal Mining Consultancy all in Malaysia. From 2008 to 2013 he was Chief Executive Officer and Director of Antioquia Gold Inc. (AGD-V) a publicly traded company with mining interests in Colombia. From 1997 to 2006, Mr. Thibault worked in Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Panama, Peru and Venezuela. While based in Buenos Aires, Argentina, he held the position of President of High American Gold Inc., a publicly traded junior mining company, and Managing Director of Procesadora de Boratos Argentinos S.A. (PBA), a private industrial mineral company. In Santiago, Chile, he was the General Manager of the consulting firm BGC-AVOT Engineering Inc. In 2006/07, he held the position of Vice President, Minerals of Daleco Resources Corp., a United States based publicly traded company. Before moving to South America, he worked for the Canadian company, Fording Coal Ltd., in progressively responsible positions.


Ms. Gosselin Brisson is a graduate of the University of Quebec at Rimouski (UQAR) and is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) with more than forty years of experience in auditing public bodies, manufacturing companies and service companies. Since 2014, she has been employed by Puma Exploration Inc.

Sustainable Development

Puma Exploration is keenly following the principles of sustainable development, social responsibility and social acceptability. The quality of the links between the Company and the various communities is of paramount importance for Puma Exploration, and that is why it works on it on a continuous basis.


For Puma Exploration, minimizing the environmental impacts of exploration works has been a priority since the creation of the Company for all projects in which it is involved.

Social Responsibility and Acceptability

Puma Exploration intends to maintain its corporate obligations in accordance with the strict environmental policies of the Government of New Brunswick’s Ministry of the Environment. In addition, the Company will continue to monitor the technological evolution of the mining industry to continually improve its environmental and social performance.