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Management



Leonard J. Sojka
President

Mr. Sojka has served as the Chief Restructuring Officer of Adanac since July 2010. In that capacity he orchestrated Adanac's emergence from creditor protection under the CCAA, including bringing Adanac into compliance with its financial filings and negotiating with equipment vendors to dispose of mining equipment and related liabilities. Mr. Sojka also serves as the Chief Financial Officer of a TSX-V listed natural resource company. Mr. Sojka has served as a director of TSX-V listed and NYSE Amex listed natural resource companies. In both instances, Mr. Sojka served on the audit committee and was intimately involved with the mergers and acquisitions function. Mr. Sojka has more than 25 years experience in the investment management and securities industries, with more recent focus on the global metals and mining sector. Mr. Sojka received an MBA in Finance from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business in 1986, and a BSB in Accounting from the University of Minnesota in 1979. Mr. Sojka was also a practicing Certified Public Accountant in Minnesota.

 

Maria L. Tejada
Chief Financial Officer

Ms. Tejada has served as a Senior Accountant and then as Adanacís Controller since May 2007.  In that capacity, Ms. Tejada has been heavily involved in all aspects of Adanacís financial and operational history leading up to and through the CCAA process.  Ms. Tejada was instrumental in helping Adanac to regain compliance with its financial filings.  Previously, Ms. Tejada held accounting positions in the Philippines and in British Columbia.  Ms. Tejada received a BS in accounting from St. Louis University in Baguio City, Philippines in 1985.

 

Alicia D. Marshall
Vice President Ė Administration

Ms. Marshall has served in a wide variety of administrative capacities since joining Adanac in February 2007.  She was responsible for Ruby Creek project administration until the project was put on hold.  Most recently she facilitated the due diligence process with respect to Adanac's sale of its major equipment items.  Ms. Marshall's contributions have been crucial in allowing Adanac to emerge from CCAA protection.  Ms. Marshall will continue with her multifaceted administrative role in Adanac's effort to find partners to develop its Ruby Creek Project.




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