Mining Non-Executive Director and champion for diversity, Sharon Warburton, is the second woman to join the Gold Industry Group (GIG) Board as a Director, following the appointment of Gold Fields Australia Vice President of Legal and Compliance, Kelly Carter, to Vice Chairperson in November 2016.
GIG Chairperson and Perth Mint Chief Executive Officer, Richard Hayes, said he was thrilled to welcome Ms Warburton and Ms Carter to the team.
The Gold Industry Group recently spoke to BGC Contracting's Communities & Diversity Manager Sarah Eatough on how she is helping to facilitate greater diversity across the business and in the community.
Member Norton Gold Fields has made its single biggest donation of $50 000 this year to fund the Goldfields Individual and Family Support Association's Saturday morning program.
The Norton Saturday Morning Club will provide respite for carers of children with various disabilities with the opportunity to participate in a broad range of sporting and recreational activities.
The Gold Industry Group hosted its inaugural Women in Gold event recently at The Perth Mint, attended by more than 300 industry professionals.
Headline speaker Gold Fields Australia Vice President of Legal and Compliance Kelly Carter discussed the current challenges and opportunities for the mining sector.
The Gold Industry Group will be hosting its inaugural event to recognise and promote women in gold this Friday night at The Perth Mint. The Women in Gold Sundowner has generated significant interest attracting more than 300 members and industry colleagues..
A new common room at Curtin University for young adults with autism was launched last week with the support of Norton Gold Fields.
Norton Gold Fields donated $50,000 to develop the common room into a dedicated space for students participating in the Curtin University’s Specialist Mentoring Program (CSMP).
Gold Fields Australia’s dedicated Foundation has today provided $50,000 to the Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation to fund the first stage of building a facial analysis database of Indigenous children’s faces from the Goldfields region.
Chairman of the Gold Fields Australia Foundation Alex Munt explained the importance of this program which will enable a significant number of medical conditions and diseases to be diagnosed through facial analysis.
Western Australia’s Gold Technology Group is bridging the communication gap between university academics and industry professionals to advance Australia’s gold and precious metals industry.
As a research group, the Gold Technology Group delivers industry-relevant research and development as well as specialist training services.
Gold Industry Group founding member Ramelius Resources is supporting future gold industry leaders through the Tim Prime Memorial Scholarship Program.
Run in conjunction with Curtin University’s Western Australian School of Mines (WASM), the one, two or three-year scholarship is helping WASM students reach their full potential.