Richard M. Colterjohn , , , Chairman, Independent

Mr. Richard Colterjohn is an independent director with more than 25 years of experience in the mining sector, as an investment banker, director, and operator. Mr. Colterjohn is currently a Managing Partner of Glencoban Capital Management Inc. He was founder and CEO of Centenario Copper Corporation and previously served as a Managing Director of UBS Warburg and UBS Bunting. Mr. Colterjohn holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree and an MBA.

Committees: Audit Committee (Chair), Nomination, Compensation & Governance Committee

Anne L. Day , , , Director, Independent

Anne Day, MBA, ICD.D is an independent director with over 19 years of experience in investor relations, primarily in the mining sector. Ms. Day is currently the Senior Vice President, Investor Relations of Richmont Mines where, as part of the senior executive team at Richmont Mines, Anne leads the development and implementation of global investor relations strategies, as well as internal and external communications programs. Previously, Anne was the Vice President of Investor Relations and Communications at AuRico Gold and also held senior IR roles with Nexient Learning and Etruscan Resources.

Anne holds a BCom degree (Marketing) and MBA (Finance) from the Sobeys School of Business, as well as an ICD.D from the Rotman School of Management.

Committees: Audit Committee

Anthony W. Garson , , , Director, Independent

Anthony Garson began his career with the Ontario Department of Mines and subsequently joined Derry, Michener and Booth, a geological consulting firm in Toronto. For the past 30 years, Mr. Garson has been extensively involved in the capital markets and spent much of his career employed as a Mines and Metals Analyst with several international organizations, including the Bank of Nova Scotia, Nesbitt Thompson, Dean Witter Reynolds, Haywood Securities, Canaccord Capital, and Union Capital Markets (UK) Ltd. Mr. Garson has also held senior positions in mine development and mineral exploration companies. He obtained a Bachelor of Science in Earth Science in 1969 from the University of Waterloo, and a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Toronto in 1983.

Committees: Audit Committee

John A. McCluskey , , , Director, Independent

John McCluskey has been the President and Chief Executive Officer of Alamos Gold Inc. since 2003, when the Company was formed through a merger with National Gold Corp. Mr. McCluskey began his career with Glamis Gold Ltd. in 1983. He went on to hold senior executive positions in a number of public companies in the resource sector. In 1996 he founded Grayd Resource Corporation, where he was CEO until 2003 and co-founded Alamos Minerals with mining hall of famer Chester Millar. Today, Alamos is among the lowest cost gold producers in the industry, is debt free, and a strong cash generator. In 2012, less than a decade after its establishment, Alamos produced its millionth ounce of gold and generated its billionth dollar of revenue. The Company employs more than 500 people and is committed to excellence in environmental management, social responsibility, and health and safety. Mr. McCluskey was named Ontario’s 2012 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year, based on a judging panel’s assessment of financial performance, vision, leadership, innovation, personal integrity and influence, social responsibility, and entrepreneurial spirit.

Scott G. Perry , , , Director, Not Independent

Scott Perry is the Chief Executive Officer of Centerra Gold. Most recently, Scott served as Executive Chairman of AuRico Metals, and was previously Chief Executive Officer & Director of AuRico Gold, following four years as Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer. Scott Perry has held increasingly senior financial positions in the mining industry over the past 19 years. Prior to joining AuRico, he was the Chief Financial Officer (seconded from Barrick Gold Corporation) for Highland Gold Mining Ltd., where he managed the company's financial reporting and compliance commitments, as well as the execution of its short- and long-term financial and operational strategies. Scott also led Highland Gold's business and corporate development initiatives. Before being seconded to Highland Gold, Scott held increasingly senior financial roles with Barrick in Australia, the United States, and Russia, Central Asia where he was instrumental in establishing Barrick's presence in Russia and assembling a strong financial team. Scott holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Curtin University, a post-graduate diploma in applied finance and investment, as well as a CPA designation.

Chris H. Richter , , , Director,
President & Chief Executive Officer

Chris has over 15 years of experience in the mining industry leading strategy, M&A, evaluation, and capital allocation efforts. Most recently, Chris was Senior Vice President of Corporate Development at AuRico Gold and before that he spent 7 years at Barrick Gold. Over his career Chris has completed over $20B in M&A transactions. Chris holds a Master of Arts degree in Economics from the University of Toronto and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and Political Science from the University of Waterloo. He is also a CFA charter holder.

Joseph G. Spiteri , , , Director, Independent

Mr. Joseph Spiteri is an independent director with over 35 years of international mining experience. Mr. Spiteri is an independent mining consultant focused on advanced-stage exploration, feasibility, construction, operations management and acquisitions. Prior to that, he held executive positions with Placer Dome Incorporated, Northgate Explorations Limited, Lac Minerals Limited, and Campbell Resources Incorporated. Mr. Spiteri holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Toronto. He is a member of The Canadian Institute of Mining and The Association of Professional Geoscientists of Ontario.

Committees: Nomination, Compensation & Governance Committee

Janice A. Stairs , , , Director, Independent

Ms. Janice Stairs, LLB, MBA, has over 25 years of experience in senior management and senior advisory roles with public and private companies involved in the natural resource and other sectors. Ms. Stairs is also a director of NovaCopper Inc. where she serves as a member of the Corporate Governance and Compensation Committees and is a director and Chair of Nova Scotia Business Inc. where she serves on the Investment Committee. Previously, Ms. Stairs served as General Counsel to Endeavour Mining Corporation, was Vice President and Corporate Counsel for Etruscan Resources Inc. and prior to 2004 was a partner with the law firm of McInnes Cooper where she continues to act as counsel to the firm. Ms. Stairs practiced law in private practice for 19 years specializing in corporate finance, securities and resource-related issues for private and public companies. Ms. Stairs graduated from Dalhousie Law School and holds a Masters of Business Administration degree from Queen's University.

Committees: Nomination, Compensation & Governance Committee (Chair)