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Congratulations to Australian Institute of Geoscientists (AIG) new directors

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AusIMM is pleased to congratulate two of our members being elected as directors of AIG: Adele Seymon and Wendy Beets.

AIG is a not-for-profit professional institute representing geoscientists in industry, government and research. AIG is one of three parent bodies of the Joint Ore Reserves Committee (JORC). See

Adele Seymon FAusIMM, is the AusIMM Melbourne Branch Immediate Past Chair, and has 25+ years of diverse experience in the not-for-profit, exploration, government and finance sectors and has developed substantial networks with people in many countries. Adele has a passion for improving exploration and mining operations, through application of best practice R&D. Most recently Adele was the CEO of the Copper for Tomorrow Cooperative Research Centre Round 24 Bid, a consortium of 54 partners contributing $94m of cash and in-kind support. This consortium was designed to tackle integration and scale challenges across the copper mining value chain.

Wendy (Cameron) Beets AAusIMM, in an Experienced Exploration Geologist, focusing on exploration management, mining innovation, and project review. Target commodities have included gold, copper, lithium, graphite, zinc-lead-silver, tin, tungsten, manganese, nickel, diamonds and platinum. Experienced in diamond and RC drilling as well as field mapping and sampling on three continents.
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We also congratulate Tim Craske on his appointment.

It is great to see some mining professionals belong to both the AusIMM and AIG, and hope there can be more synergies.

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