Information about our Board and Managing Directors
Dr. Kate George is a Putejurra woman from the Murchison-Gascoyne region in WA. She was part of the Stolen Generations of children of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders who were forcibly removed from their families and spent most of her childhood in a Perth institution.
From there, Dr. George became the first Aboriginal student to graduate in law from the ANU and the first Aboriginal woman to be admitted to practice law in WA. She was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Laws from ECU and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Prior to her appointment to the Board, she was a Managing Director with PwC’s Indigenous Consulting. Her current roles include a Board member of the Australian federal government’s Northern Australian Infrastructure and a Director of Indigenous Business Australia Asset Management Pty Ltd.
Dr. George has held senior public service positions, including as a Ministerial Advisor at both the State and Federal levels, and worked across the public, corporate and community sectors during her career. She has international experience in law, procurement, community development and human rights.
Her experience within the resources industry extends across northern Australia with particular experience in the Pilbara region. She developed and delivered the first Aboriginal employment and training programs for major contractors in the resources industry. She has worked with Indigenous Community organisations which has given her a deep insight into the learnings from the operation of the Native Title Act on Traditional Owner groups, corporations and more generally with social impacts across the community.
Dr. George is an inaugural inductee into the WA Women’s Hall of Fame and was involved in the development of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People.
Ten Sixty Four is Dr. George’s only ASX listed Directorship.
Mr McGlinn has over four decades of experience in the mining and mining services sectors and has established trusted relationships with governments, major industry leaders and entrepreneurs in Australia and internationally.
Mr McGlinn was the founding Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of ASX listed NRW Holdings Limited (NWH), one of Australia’s leading mining service providers. He was instrumental in establishing NRW in 1994 and played a major role in the Company’s growth and development over 16 years until his resignation.
Prior to NRW, Jeff was the Managing Director of Conclad and Trustek Australia, which provided innovative construction technology throughout Australia and South East Asia for both commercial and domestic applications.
Jeff currently manages a number of privately held business interests across the globe in the fields of construction, mining, marketing, manufacturing, industrial lighting and horse breeding. Caballus Mining, 100% owned by Jeff was recently chosen by the Panguna Tangku’urang as their preferred partner for the future reopening of the famed Panguna Copper Mine in Bougainville.
Ten SIxty Four is Mr McGlinn’s only current ASX listed directorship.
Mr Mottram is a geologist with over 25 years’ experience predominantly in base and precious metals. Mr Mottram was instrumental in taking Avanco Resources, an Australian listed copper company, through discovery to production, and subsequently being acquired by OZ Minerals. Mr Mottram has held both executive and senior management roles with several successful mining companies both in Australia and abroad, has seen a number of discoveries advanced through to commercial mine development, and has been central to several significant exploration successes
Mr Mottram is a graduate of Melbourne RMIT University and a Fellow of the AusIMM. He is also a director ASX listed companies Odin Metals Ltd, and Fin Resources Ltd.
Mr Mottram serves as a member on the Audit, Nomination and Safety Health and Environment Committees.
Andrew Hunt has 40 years’ experience in all aspects of construction, mining, manufacturing, business development, sales and marketing.
He is experienced in local and international markets such as: China, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Cambodia, and South Africa. Andrew has a wealth of knowledge in international trade working with senior personnel from Austrade, West Australian Department of Industry and Resources, The Housing Association of Thailand and The Philippines National Housing Authority.
Apart from this, he also has exposure to private business with some of the largestconstruction companies in SE Asia
Aaron Treyvaud has more than 20 years of experience in the mining, finance and private equity sectors. His work for global investment banks and high-profile investment groups has included corporate strategy, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), debt and equity capital markets transactions, valuation and technical due diligence.
Aaron is currently a Partner at Vision Blue Resources (VBR), a company investing in clean energy related metal and mineral resource companies essential to the clean energy transition.
Prior to joining VBR he was Head of Corporate Development for I-Pulse Group (part of the Ivanhoe Group). Aaron was also previously Head of Business Development for QKR Corp, a former Director of Investec Resources’ M&A team and worked at both Gresham Partners and UBS in Australia.
Aaron began his career as a mining consultant at Minserve Group having graduated in Engineering from the University of Queensland. He also holds a Masters of Applied Finance from Melbourne University.
Mr Warr was appointed as CFO in September 2020 and is a Fellow of the CPA with close to 40 years of experience. He joins from his role as Partner – Audit and Assurance at Grant Thornton where he has worked for the past 15 years. His other experience includes working in commercial and consulting roles locally and overseas, including the Philippines and Indonesia.
During his career Mr Warr has provided services to a range of companies, including listed resources companies, which has centred around audit, due diligence reviews and the preparation of expert reports. His responsibilities include financial and statutory reporting of the Company as well as directing and monitoring of all financial aspects of the Company’s overseas operations.
Mr Alphonso has over 36 years of experience with the auditing, engineering and communications industries, with the majority of his experience centred on the gold and nickel sectors of the mining industry. Mr Alphonso’s experience has included associations with Coopers and Lybrand, Western Mining Corporation, Great Central Mines and Ti-west Joint Venture.
Mr Llorca is a geologist with more than 30 years of practical experience in both technical and management roles in the exploration, mining, resource development and data processing industry. He has been a Director of Philsaga Mining Corporation since March 2018 and held the GM Geology and Resources role for Ten Sixty Four since 2016.
Mr Llorca leads Ten Sixty Fours' exploration activities in the Philippines and is involved in the identification of new exploration opportunities in the Asia Pacific region. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Geology, a Master of Applied Science in Geospatial Information and is a member of the AusIMM and Australian Institute of Geoscientists
Having graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce, Ms Ho gained experience in auditing and financial accounting in her early years. Ms Ho went on to become an Associate Member of the Governance Institute of Australia and has since acted as Company Secretary predominantly for ASX listed entities.
She has over ten years’ of company secretarial, corporate compliance and governance experience across a range of industries including resources, technology and biomedical sectors.