Michael Timmins

President, CEO & Director

Mr. Timmins brings over 20 years of experience as a mining executive from his work with a number of companies, including Agnico Eagle Mines and Placer Dome. Mr. Timmins was Vice President of Corporate Development at Agnico, where he played a key role in the development of the Kittila mine in northern Finland and in the acquisition of Osisko Mining for C$3.9 billion. He has degrees from Queen’s University (EMBA), the University of British Columbia (M. Sc. Metallurgy) and Bishop’s University (B.Sc.). Mr. Timmins also serves as a Director and Audit Committee member for Excellon Resources.

Lynsey Sherry


Dr. Sherry is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and acquired a PhD from the University of Manchester. She spent eight years with Goldcorp, and as Vice President, Controller, was part of the management team that successfully completed Goldcorp’s merger with Newmont in April 2019, creating the world’s largest gold mining company. Dr. Sherry completed her chartered accountancy training with Deloitte UK, where she was part of the extractive industries audit practice in the London office, specializing in audits of global mining and oil and gas clients, before transferring to the Deloitte Vancouver mining practice as part of a global secondment program.

Michael Henrichsen

SVP, Exploration

Mr. Henrichsen is a structural geologist and leads the Fury technical team. Previously, Mr. Henrichsen was the global structural geologist at Newmont, where his contributions significantly increased the reserves and resources base in the Ahafo district in Ghana. Mr. Henrichsen has also worked extensively at other major gold camps in South America, the Carlin Trend, Guinea and Canada.

Bryan Atkinson

VP, Project Development

Mr. Atkinson has been involved in mineral exploration globally for over fifteen years with a focus on orogenic lode gold and intermediate sulphidation epithermal deposits. Most recently, his work has been with high sulphidation, intermediate sulphidation, skarn and orogoenic deposit styles throughout the Americas. Mr. Atkinson has undertaken roles varying from soil sampler to ground geophysical surveyer, through to project geologist, project manager and most recently, Exploration Manager. In his role as an Exploration Manager he oversaw the successful completion of over 45,000m of exploration drilling across three projects in a six-month period with an overall budget of $40M. Mr. Atkinson has also developed a valuable background in community relations as the manager of all First Nations engagement across Auryn Resources’ North American project portfolio.

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