Catherine Anderson (B Juris (Hons), LLB (UWA)) is a legal practitioner admitted in Western Australia and Victoria with over 30 years’ experience in both high-level private practice and in-house roles, particularly in the area of capital raisings, corporate acquisitions, structuring and regulatory compliance. Catherine has advised on all aspects of corporate and commercial law and brings extensive experience over a range of industries, in particular the mining and IT/cyber security sectors.
Catherine is an experienced company secretary for both listed and unlisted public companies, and has served as a director of an ASX listed junior explorer. She has provided consultancy services to entities wishing to proceed to IPO and ASX listing, and has twice been nominated for the Telstra Business Woman of the Year Award.
Technical Director – Energy
Warren King is an engineer with 25 years of experience, specialising in the client-side project management of the engineering, design, procurement and construction of mineral processing plants and mine infrastructure (including various gas power solutions and solar). He has worked in African, Indonesia and Australia and holds both a Bachelor of Engineering (mechanical) and a Bachelor of Laws degree. He has implemented and managed various project execution models (such as EPC, EPCM, and EP with owner managed construction).
Ms Sullivan has almost 20 years’ experience in the mining industry across Australia, holding executive roles in approvals, environment, community and government relations. Whilst working with VHM Limited, Amy led the Approvals and Growth Team for the Goschen Rare Earths and Mineral Sands Project and played a key role in establishing relationships with government, local councils, and the community, as well as managing the State and Commonwealth approvals strategy, including obtaining Major Project Status. More recently, she has practiced as a Sustainability and ESG Consultant working with companies to implement ESG and sustainability strategies. Ms Sullivan holds a Bachelor of Environmental Management with Honours from the University of Notre Dame.
Corporate Development Manager
Martin Stulpner, CFA, MAICD has over 20 years’ experience in the mining and financial services industries, including in corporate development, M&A, strategic planning, and equity research (sell side).
Martin’s previous senior leadership positions include GM at Aquila Resources, where Martin had accountability for Aquila’s stake in the West Pilbara Iron Ore Project (now under construction as the $3bn Onslow Iron Project), and for Aquila’s South African business.
As Director at Macquarie, Martin provided equity research of Western Australian metals and mining companies to institutional investors in Australia and globally.
At Anglo American Ferrous Metals (FTSE 100), as VP of Strategy, Martin developed and led a global strategic planning team to facilitate informed strategic decision making by the Executive.