Capitalizing on
resource project experience

Board of Directors

John J. Komarnicki
Calgary, Alberta
Chairman & CEO
Graham A. Karklin
Vancouver, British Columbia
James S. Bunyan
London, England
Richard K. Gorton
Tanja, New South Wales, Australia

Corporate Governance Committee
   James S. Bunyan (Chairman)
   Richard K. Gorton
Audit Committee
   James S. Bunyan (Chairman)
   Graham A Karklin
Compensation Committee
   Richard K. Gorton
   Graham A Karklin
Technical Committee
   Graham A. Karklin (Chairman)
   Richard K. Gorton
   John J. Komarnicki

James S. Bunyan
Mr. Bunyan is an independent businessman and has served as a director of a number of public companies. Mr. Bunyan was director of Tiberon Minerals from 1998 to 2003 and has been a director of Madison Energy Corp. since 2000. Mr. Bunyan has a Bachelor of Science degree from Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, Scotland and a Masters in Business Administration from the Warwick University Business School in Warwick, England.

Richard K. Gorton
Mr. Gorton has 41 years of experience in the international mining industry including South Africa, Australia and North America. He is a Professional Geologist holding a Master's degree in Geology from the University of Cape Town. Mr. Gorton has been involved in exploration, operations and business development arenas. From 1973 to 1986, Mr. Gorton worked for Newmont South Africa Ltd., directing the Company's exploration activities in the search for gold, base metals, diamonds and uranium. During this time, Mr. Gorton was involved in the early discovery stages of the Gamsberg zinc deposit for the O'okiep Copper Company in Namaqualand, South Africa. From 1986 to 1990, Mr. Gorton was Chief Geologist at the Telfer Gold Mine in Western Australia. From 1990 to 1994, Mr. Gorton became Great Basin Exploration Manager and later Director, Exploration North America. From 1994 to 2005, Mr. Gorton became Director of Exploration and Business Development for Newmont Mining Corporation. Mr. Gorton retired in 2005 but continued as a consultant to Newmont. In 2005, Mr. Gorton also co-founded BWG Mining which applies supervised Neural Network technology to multiple exploration data sets targeting new discoveries.

Graham A. Karklin
Mr. Karklin has 37 years of experience in the international mining industry including Central Asia, Australia, North and South America, Africa, Indonesia and Russia. Mr. Karklin has been involved in the area of project development, operations and business development. He is a Professional Metallurgist, QP, who graduated from Haileybury School of Mines in Canada. Mr. Karklin's experience includes metallurgical development in the areas of rare earths, base metals and precious metals. Management experience includes general management of mining operations, metallurgical testing facilities, as well as co-founding a Canadian public resource company. For 18 years, Mr. Karklin worked at Echo Bay Mines Ltd. in the capacity of Director of Metallurgical Services, which involved due diligence for mergers and acquisitions, operations and development of new mining projects. For the past 13 years Mr. Karklin has worked at Newmont Mining Corporation in the technical services group as an internal consultant to projects and operations in Russia, Uzbekistan, Indonesia, Peru, Bolivia, Ghana and Canada. Mr. Karklin retired in 2008, and continues to be a consultant to Newmont Mining Corporation.

John J. Komarnicki
Mr. Komarnicki, Chairman and CEO of Alhambra Resources Ltd., holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Toronto and has 37 years of experience in the resource sector. Between 1999 and 2005, Mr. Komarnicki was President and CEO of Tartan Energy Inc., a Canadian based oil and gas exploration and development company focusing its activities on California, USA and Central Asia. The company was sold in 2005 to a private international energy company. From 1989 to 1998, Mr. Komarnicki was President and CEO of Hurricane Hydrocarbons Ltd., a junior Canadian oil and gas exploration, development and production company doing business in Kazakhstan. Hurricane Hydrocarbons, later called PetroKazakhstan, was successful in winning the first major state energy privatization tender in 1995. From 1973 to 1988, Mr. Komarnicki held positions of increasing responsibility in technical and management positions in the Canadian oil and gas industry. In 1998, he was recognized as the Prairie Region Entrepreneur of the Year for his achievements in developing Hurricane Hydrocarbons from a junior energy company into a significant oil producer in Kazakhstan.