National Mining Association chooses leadership

US INDUSTRY advocate the National Mining Association has elected its officers, including association president Hal Quinn as president and Peabody chief executive officer Greg Boyce as chairman and has also tapped its newest board members.
National Mining Association chooses leadership National Mining Association chooses leadership National Mining Association chooses leadership National Mining Association chooses leadership National Mining Association chooses leadership

Peabody Energy chairman and CEO Gregory Boyce.

Donna Schmidt

The NMA selected Stillwater Mining chairman and CEO Frank McAllister to serve as vice president and NMA senior VP Roger Roberts as treasurer.

NMA senior VP Bruce Watzman will hold the seat of secretary and assistant secretary will be NMA general counsel Katie Sweeney.

Among the group’s new board members are Compass Mineral VP and general manager Keith Clark, ArcelorMittal president Greg Jessee, Coeur president Mitchel Krebs and Prairie States mining operations senior VP Paul Krivokuca.

New board members also include Mestena Uranium VP Peter Luthiger, Nelson Brothers president Gary Self and Uranium One Americas senior VP Donna Wichers.

“NMA is a strong organisation because of the active participation of our membership and the service of our officers and board members,” Quinn said.

“Their commitment to the welfare and safety of the more than 560,000 Americans employed at US mining operations and to meeting the nation’s needs for materials and affordable energy essential to our economic and national security, remain a source of inspiration to all of us at NMA.”

Most read Archive

loader

Most read Archive