WHO WE ARE
Meet the Management
Golden Pursuit Resources Ltd is a mineral exploration company whose principal focus
is the acquisition, exploration, and development of mineral properties. Guided by an experienced management and technical team the company is focused on creating a
project generator located in the historic gold camp of Gordon Lake and a portfolio of
properties Nevada. The seasoned management capitalized by being contrarian on the downturn in the mining sector to identify and acquire undervalued projects to further enhance the value of the company.
Mining Executive with over 50 years of experience in the mining industry. He has been a miner, open-pit and underground contractor, managed a family heavy construction business that built roads, highways and dams.
For 21 years he was the CEO of Mosquito Consolidated Gold Mines Ltd. Which grew from a small market capitalization (>$1 million) to a company with several significant mining projects under development and a market capitalization of over $100 million.
Mr. Kennedy, B.Comm., J.D., is a graduate of the University of British Columbia. After an initial career at the Federal Department of Justice, Mr. Kennedy has primarily focused as a legal, financial and business consultant to publicly traded companies.
Mr. Kennedy is currently a member of the Law Society of British Columbia, the Canadian Bar Association, the British Columbia Bar Association, and an Associate member of the American Bar Association.
Mr. Kennedy is an officer and/or director of several TSX-V publicly traded companies.
WALTER (DEL) MARTING
Del Marting brings entrepreneurial vision, investment and mining expertise to the company. Del began his career in the mining industry, holding senior management positions, both in the United States and in Europe, at Amax, Inc., where he served as Chief Financial Officer for Amax Europe. Del was a owner and operator of the famous 16 to 1 mine located in the center of the California gold rush district. He received a bachelor’s degree from Yale University in
1969 and an MBA from Harvard Business School in 1975 and served in the US Navy with SEAL Team Two from 1970 to 1973.
He is a principal and Chief Financial Officer at hCell Technology, Inc., a Reno-based biotechnology firm engaged in the in-vitro cultivation of pancreatic islet cells to aid in the treatment of Type 1 diabetes. In 1992, he co-founded the Transdigital Communications Corp., a California-based manufacturer of digital systems for in-flight communications and entertainment applications, where he successfully raised the capital for the firm and oversaw all financial, accounting and treasury functions at the company.
Earlier in his career, he was a principal at the investment-banking firm of L.J. Kaufman and Co. in Los Angeles, leading the group’s efforts in financing aviation equipment and aerospace firms, as well as mental health care facilities
Currently, Del is also a Senior Advisor to the Beijing-based merchant banking firm JFP Holdings, Ltd. and is the founder of M and M Advisors, Inc., a privately held company providing investment banking and financial advisory services to early-stage companies in Nevada and California since 2001.
Mr. Watson has had a 15-year history with the Company as a Director and officer. He is an experienced administrator and financial consultant with 25 years of experience as a manager, financier, and public market coordinator.
Mr. Porter has 45 years of experience in business development. As an entrepreneur, Mr. Porter has an aptitude for strategic development with a long-term vision. Mr. Porter's investment knowledge and financial analytics leverage his ability to raise capital for partnership and joint venture opportunities. His breadth of development scope spans land assembly to construction projects in the residential, commercial and industrial sectors throughout British Columbia and Washington State. Mr. Porter's company, Beech Developments Ltd., is a leading developer in the City of Surrey, working with government and communities to establish optimum use of land to meet future demand.