Kodiak Copper Announces Senior Management Appointments

Dec 11, 2021 | North of 60 News

November 30, 2021 – Vancouver, British Columbia – Kodiak Copper Corp. (the “Company” or “Kodiak”) (TSX-V: KDK, OTCQB: KDKCF, Frankfurt: 5DD1) is pleased to announce the appointment of Harpreet Bajaj as Corporate Secretary and the promotion of Nancy Curry to VP Corporate Development.

Claudia Tornquist, President and CEO of Kodiak said, “I am pleased to welcome Harpreet to the Kodiak team. Her in-depth experience and knowledge in compliance and corporate governance will be a great asset to the Company. Nancy’s leadership has made a significant impact on Kodiak’s corporate outreach and communication strategies since she joined the Company and I have no doubt she will excel in her new role of VP Corporate Development.”

Ms. Bajaj has an MBA in Finance and over 13 years of professional experience in compliance and investment banking. Prior to joining Kodiak, she held a position with the TSX Venture Exchange and with MNC bank in its due diligence division. In addition, Ms. Bajaj works with a number of other private and public companies managing their corporate compliance needs.

Ms. Curry is a senior corporate communications and development professional with over 25 years of experience. She has focused her career on the exploration sector and has worked for many successful companies including Mountain Province Mining Inc, Diamonds North Resources Ltd, Cardero Resources Corp, Sun Summit Minerals Corp. and Serengeti Resources Inc., which recently merged with Sun Metals Corp. to form Northwest Copper Corp. Ms. Curry was nominated twice for Best Investor Relations of a TSX Venture Exchange Company by IR Magazine.

The Company also announces that it expects to return to the Company’s facility and core yard in Merritt when city services return to complete work related to the 2021 exploration program. Due to ongoing flood-related challenges the field operations at the MPD project have now ceased. The 2021 drill program is complete and 21,675 metres have been drilled. For 2022 a drill program of up to 25,000 metres is planned and will commence in the first quarter.