Meet the Inomin Team

John Gomez

President and CEO

John Gomez is an entrepreneur that has founded and managed private enterprises in mining, technology, and sports. In addition to being a founder of Inomin, Mr. Gomez founded and was president of a private gold exploration company in Colombia. Under his leadership, the company acquired strategic land and mining interests in some of the country’s top gold districts. He later took the company public. Mr. Gomez also founded and was President of U3O8 Media Inc. a leading news provider for investors on the uranium market. The U3O8.biz model was used to establish the Investing News Network. His consulting company, Oro Grande Capital Inc., provides marketing, corporate development and funding services to select public and private companies. Mr. Gomez has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Victoria.

David H. Brett

VP, Business Development and Director

Mr. Brett has 25 years of public company management and financing experience, including Director of Pacific Bay Minerals Ltd. (“Pacific Bay”) (PBM.V) from 1999 to 2007, President from 1995 to 1999 and Managing Director from 1985 to 1992. Mr. Brett was appointed CEO of Pacific Bay in December 2007. As former CEO and President of Cusac Gold Mines Ltd. (Cusac), a company formerly listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange that in 2008 amalgamated with Hawthorne Gold Corp. (Hawthorne), Mr. Brett financed and oversaw the recommencement of gold mining operations in 2006, the acquisition of a one million ounce gold resource and negotiated the amalgamation with Hawthorne. Mr. Brett is also CEO and founder of Knexa Solutions Ltd., an innovative information technology company focused on web-based collaboration and intellectual property trading. Mr. Brett obtained a BA from the University of British Columbia and an MBA from Simon Fraser University and is a part time instructor in the MBA Program (Venture Finance) at Trinity Western University.

Ari M. Shack

Corporate Secretary and Director

Mr. Shack has practiced throughout his career as a commercial solicitor advising both public and private companies. Mr. Shack has extensive experience advising clients in relation to day-to-day commercial transactions and operations. In addition, Mr. Shack has experience advising private and public companies on corporate finance matters, including securities issuances and secured lending. Mr. Shack also assists clients with corporate structuring and reorganizations, including transactions involving amalgamations, continuations, dissolutions and tax motivated transactions. Ari is qualified to practice law in British Columbia and Ontario and holds both a Bachelor of Commerce degree (1993) and a Bachelor of Laws degree (1997).

George Alfio Pietrobon

Chief Financial Officer and Director

Mr. Pietrobon holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of British Columbia (1975) and has been a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants since 1978. Mr. Pietrobon brings to the Company considerable business, accounting and audit experience, with both public and private companies, including experience performing audits for publicly listed companies.

Bruce Winfield

Director

Mr. Winfield, M.Sc., P.Geo., is President, CEO and a director of Defiance Silver Corp. (TSXV: DEF). He has over 40 years of experience in the mining industry. Following 14 years with major mining companies Texasgulf Inc. and Boliden Inc., he focused on exploration in Central America and Mexico as VP Exploration for Greenstone Resources and Eldorado Gold Corp. leading to the exploration and development of five gold deposits including the Oronorte Gold Mine in Colombia; the open pit, heap leach Santa Rosa Gold Mine in Panama; the 60,000 oz per year La Libertad Gold Mine in Nicaragua; and the 40,000 oz per year San Andres Gold Mine in Honduras. Subsequently as President and CEO, Mr. Winfield has led companies exploring primarily in South America for the last twenty years.

Robert James Baylis

Director

Mr. Baylis holds a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of British Columbia and has been qualified to practice law in British Columbia since 1979. Mr. Baylis practices mainly in the areas of civil litigation and arbitration related to corporate-commercial, real estate, building construction and insurance disputes. Mr. Baylis has extensive experience representing resource companies and has invaluable associations with legal firms and insurance and fund managers in offshore finance centers.