William Kocken

Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Kocken brings more than 40 years' experience in mine development to the Company. He played a key role in developing the Bralorne mine and bringing it to its bulk sampling phase. Prior to joining Bralorne, Mr. Kocken built Inlet Metal and Machining Co. into one of Vancouver's largest mine and transport equipment fabrication companies. The firm's projects included Roberts Bank (coal stacker loader and conveyors); Vancouver Wharf (conveyor and loading systems); and a number of mines. Serving a CEO for Terra Mines, Mr. Kocken was instrumental in completing a 250 ton-per-day facility.

Dr. Mathew Ball

President and Chief Operating Officer

Dr. Ball is a member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia, Canada, and of the Society of Economic Geologists, USA. He has more than 25 years of international experience in exploration and operations geology. He was a semi-finalist winner of the "Goldcorp Challenge" and subsequently employed by Goldcorp and the overall winner, Geoinfomatics Explorations Inc.

Annie Chan

Chief Financial Officer

Ms. Chan is a Chartered Accountant with significant experience working with public mining and resource-based companies. Before joining Bralorne Gold Mines Ltd., she was a consultant for two mining companies listed on the TSX providing financial reporting, regulatory compliance and advisory services. Ms. Chan has a public practice accounting background and worked as an assurance manager with a focus on the audit of public mining companies. Ms. Chan obtained her Bachelor of Commerce degree from the Sauder School of Business in the University of British Columbia.

Dorothy Chin

Corporate Secretary

Ms. Chin has over 15 years experience in the mining and resource sectors, serving with public companies in regulatory compliance, governance and administration of corporate affairs. Ms. Chin is a member of both the Canadian Society of Corporate Secretaries and The Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators ("ICSA") Canadian Division.