Newlox Gold Ventures Corp. has a qualified management, a trusted team and an extensive network of contacts throughout Latin America.
Over 25 years of Natural Resource experience with an extensive background in mining.
Currently serves on the board of several public and private companies.Operated internationally;
North /South America, Europe Western Russia, Africa, and Middle East.
Roles and involvement have been all-encompassing from field to boardroom consisting of initial assessment and diligence, (pre-start-up), financing, exploration, through to development, operations, production, management, and negotiating asset /company buyouts.
Ryan Jackson holds two degrees from McGill University, Montreal,Canada:
one in environmental science, with an emphasis on the
environmental determinants of human health, and another in political science.
Working on the corporate end of the mining industry Ryan has participated in trade shows and meetings with investors in Europe, North America, and the Middle East. He has also worked in the field with geologists and mining engineers , both underground and on surface at processing facilities and exploration sites in Latin America.
For the past two years, Ryan has been Canadian Editor for a mining industry magazine covering developments in this sector focusing on exploration and development stage companies.
Jeffrey Benavides is a Chartered Accountant resides in Costa Rica and heads Oro Roca operations in Central America. His responsibilities include preparation of management accounts and all local operations. He is the liaison with local tax authorities and the Company's auditors both in Costa Rica and Canada. He qualified in 2005 and he was an accounting supervisor for Sykes Enterprises Inc. (symbol SYKE) a large services company of 2,500+ employees based in Costa Rica. Mr. Benavides also holds a degree in Software Engineering. Jeffrey is a member of MENSA.
Director, has over 26 years’ experience in business management and entrepreneurial ventures. His foundations were set in the late 80’s as a Senior Program Consultant to the Ontario Hospital Association where he managed a $10 million annual provincial fund to encourage hospitals and health care facilities to introduce and establish management systems, processes and procedures that would lead to more cost effective use of resources. He gained insight into identifying significant needs and trends in the industry and oversaw the creation of new policies and corporate strategies to address these needs.