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Stornoway Diamond Appoints Michele S. Darling to Board

Stornoway Diamond Appoints Michele S. Darling to BoardStornoway Diamond Appoints Michele S. Darling to Board

Stornoway Diamond Appoints Michele S. Darling to Board

Stornoway Diamond Appoints Michele S. Darling to Board.Michele S. Darling has been appointed by Stornoway Diamond Corporation to its Board of Directors as a nominee of Orion Mine Finance. She takes on the role from Mr. Doug Silver who joined the board in 2014 and was part of it during the construction and commissioning phases of the Renard Diamond Mine.

Ms. Darling holds a vast business experience across the globe over 30+ years including a keen expertise in Human Resources Management and Corporate Governance. She has served on top positions at CIBC and Prudential Financial, Inc. before starting her own management consulting practice, Michele Darling and Associates Inc. At present she is on the boards of directors of Nickel Creek Platinum Corp., the Denihan Hospitality Group (New York) and Trillium Health Partners. She also served as director of Osisko Mining Corp. and Hewitt Equipment Ltd.

A graduate of the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) in partnership with the Rotman School of Management, Ms. Darling has also completed a B.A. (Honours) from the University of Sydney and a Master’s degree in Education from the University of Toronto.

Welcoming Ms. Darling to the Board, Mr. Ebe Scherkus, the chairman of the Board of Directors of Stornoway also thanked Doug for his “enthusiastic participation with the Stornoway board over the last four years and wish him well in his future endeavours.” Speaking further about Ms. Darling, Mr. Ebe continued, “She brings to us a broad range of experiences in organizational development and corporate oversight at the most senior of levels, as well as specific familiarity with the Quebec mining and mining services sectors.”

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