Vilhjálmur Þór Vilhjálmsson
Over the last 20 years he has mainly been operating in Iceland, Greenland, UK and Africa. His roles have been senior management and at directors level in everything from green field exploration projects to mining service and mine build up. Vilhjalmur holds a diploma in business administration from the University of Bifröst, Iceland. In his professional career he has been active in the mining and civil construction industry along with investments and development projects.
Director/ Project Manager
Vilhjálmur Kristinn Eyjólfsson
With over 40 years of experience in the construction industry in Iceland Mr. Eyjólfsson Headed one of Iceland´s largest civil construction companies and has worked various types of civil construction and mining projects in Iceland, Norway and Greenland. Including dual highway projects, geothermal Power plant and drilling & Exploration projects.
Kristín has worked in both private and public sectors in Iceland and England in various industries including Alcoa Fjarðarál aluminium smelter in Reyðarfjörður Iceland.
Kristín has studied in University of Limerick Ireland and the University of Iceland she holds an undergraduate degree in Political Science and a master’s degree in Public Administration.
Dr Natasha Henwood (FGS)
Natasha is an Exploration Geologist with specialisms in structural geology and geological mapping. After graduating from the University of Leicester in 2004 with a First Class MGeol (Geology), she went on to complete a PhD on the Palaeoarchaean tectonometamorphic evolution of southern West Greenland at the University of Edinburgh.
Natasha has recently worked as an Exploration Geologist with London-based AIM-listed Junior Explorers and as a Senior Exploration Geologist with a UK-based consultancy. In these roles, she used GIS software to integrate field, structural and geochemical data, developing geological models that formed the basis for JORC-compliant Exploration Targets and Mineral Resource Estimates. She has extensive experience in the mapping of complex basement terranes, having worked on regional mapping projects with the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS) and on early- to advanced gold and iron ore projects in Kenya and Greenland respectively. She also has experience in data acquisition to JORC standards (core logging, sampling, QA/QC) and in data management (auditing, management and database troubleshooting).
Dr Helen Salmon (FGS)
Helen graduated in 2013 with a PhD from Birkbeck College, University of London in collaboration with St. Andrews University, Scotland. Her thesis focussed on trace element enrichment in highly evolved alkaline rocks using the Gardar Province, south Greenland, as a case study. She has undertaken extensive field work in this area on the Motzfeldt and Ilimaussaq intrusions, both of which contain notable polymetallic and REE Resources.
Helen was employed as a Senior Exploration Geologist with two AIM-listed Junior Exploration companies based in London, and was later appointed Director of Regency Mines Australia Pty Ltd. In these roles her commodity experience developed from REE to include base and precious metals and she has worked on projects in Australia, Colombia and Papua New Guinea. She is an experienced field geologist and has managed drill programmes, soil and rock sampling programmes (including MMI) and geophysical surveys. As Director she was also responsible for managing tenement portfolios, exploration budgets and ensuring licence compliance.
Margrét graduated in 2015 with a master’s degree in Natural Resource Management, specialization in Resource Geology from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. The well-known Skaergaard intrusion was the main focus of her thesis where she looked at the evolution of fluids, to try to further understand its formation history.