Greg Thomas, formerly an officer and director of Regal Resources from 2010 to 2020 has returned to the board as director, interim CEO, and interim CFO effective December 2, 2021. Mr. Thomas was previously the President of P2P Health Systems Inc., a TSX Venture Exchange listed issuer focused on the development and sale of peer-to-peer streaming technology and telehealth software for long-distance medical diagnosis; and from February 2003 to May 2006 he was the President of Alluvion Developments Inc., a Vancouver- based private company involved in the development and sales of video conferencing software. From October 1997 to September 2002, Mr. Thomas was the Vice President, Business Development and a director of Black Bull Resources Inc., a mineral exploration company trading on the TSX Venture Exchange. Mr. Thomas has completed the Canadian Securities Course and in 1988 was previously a registered representative of the then Investment Dealers Association of Canada.
Mr. Drew N Brass has been a self-employed business consultant specializing in corporate communications for junior publicly listed companies in industries as diverse as mineral exploration, software and oil and gas. He has been involved in the public markets for over 30 years on both the equities and money market sides. Mr Brass’ pubic company experience includes shareholder communications, fund raising and serving as VP of Communications for a number of publicly listed companies.
Mr. Louie has been a self-employed business consultant since 2009 providing guidance to startup companies on strategy, business vision and fund raising. Mr. Louie has over 25 years in the technology sector working in a variety of roles for companies such as AT&T, Telus and Cisco Systems where he was a consistent top performer. Mr. Louie has pubic company experience serving as a director on the board of a few publicly listed companies and is currently the CEO of Mag One Products. Mr. Louie earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and a Master’s degree in business administration from Simon Fraser University.