CEO, President and Director
Mr. Barry is the President and CEO of Silver Bull Resources, Inc. Between September 2010 to March 2011, Mr. Barry served as Vice President of Exploration for Metalline Mining (now renamed to Silver Bull Resources), before stepping into the role of President and CEO in April 2011. Previously, he held the position of Chief Geologist for Dome Ventures Corporation, a publically traded company on theToronto Stock Exchange working on their projects in Africa. Mr. Barry has over 15 years of exploration and management experience and has worked as a Consulting Geologist and manager on projects in Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, Mongolia and West and Central Africa. Mr. Barry also served as a Director for Dome Ventures Corporation between November 2008 to April 2010 and currently serves as a director for Acme Resources. Mr. Barry is a Registered Geologist (MAusIMM). Mr. Barry holds a BSc in Geology from the University of Otago in New Zealand.
Chief Financial Officer
Mr. Fallis is a Chartered Accountant and was formerly the corporate controller of gold producer Rusoro Mining Ltd. Prior to Rusoro Mining Ltd. Mr. Fallis worked with Canadian and United States publically listed companies in the audit and assurance practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers where Mr. Fallis focused on clients in the mining industry. Mr. Fallis experienceincludes mergers and acquisitions, debt and equity financing and overseeing the financial reporting and regulatory compliance of international mining companies including subsidiaries based in Latin America.
Vice President Exploration
Mr. Pfau is a career international economic geologist with 26 years experience in base metals, precious metals, and coal. Mr. Pfau was also involved in the original resource estimate of the Friday-Petsite Deposit for Kinross Gold Corp in 1999. He focuses on advanced project management, resource and reserve expansion, NI-43-101 issues, and bridging the gap between exploration and production. Previously he was engaged in copper and gold projects in the western U.S. He holds an MSc. in Geology from the University of Idaho and a B.A. in Geography and Geology from the University of Montana. His experience includes work throughout Latin America, central and south-east Asia, and South Africa. He is a member of the Society of Economic Geologists and a Registered Professional Geologist in the states of Idaho and California; and a recognized QP under CSA NI-43-101.
Mr. Pennstrom has more than 35 years experience in the management and engineering aspects of mineral processing, specifically in extraction techniques that include crushing, leaching, milling, gravity separation, flotation, SX/EW, pressureoxidation, electrolysis, and smelting. His experience includes 20 years in operations and 15 years as an engineering consultant. Mr. Pennstrom has worked as the technical or engineering consultant for a vast number of large scale precious and base metal projects including International Tower Hill Mines' Livengood project, the Donlin Creek project and Osisko's Canadian Malartic project. Mr. Pennstrom holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Metallurgical Engineering and a Masters of Arts degree in Business Management. He is a Qualified Professional (QP) in Process Metallurgy as defined under Canadian National Instrument 43-101.
Mr. Gil has over 15 years working as a mining engineer and operations manager. He has considerable experience working in underground mining conditions and has worked for Penoles throughout Mexico. Mr. Gil is a Professional Mining Engineer, and is fluent in English and Spanish.