Prior to working as a senior executive in the mining industry, Jennifer practiced as a securities lawyer, firstly working with senior debt instruments in the oil and gas sector, and thereafter in a niche mining practice specializing in corporate finance and property transactions for junior mining issuers.
In 2000 Ms. Boyle parlayed her experience into holding senior executive roles as a founder, Chief Executive Officer, and Director of various junior mining companies, working and living globally where she was responsible for developing all corporate infrastructure comprising corporate finance, negotiation and structuring of joint venture, partnership and property acquisition transactions, building and maintaining geological teams, and working with governmental regimes for mineral rights customs for the import of heavy equipment.
More recently, Ms. Boyle was the Chief Executive Officer and Director of St. Eugene Mining Corporation when the Company was purchased by Claude Resources Inc., a mid-tier gold producer (which was recently purchased by Silver Standard Resources), and she acted as Chair of the Special Committee of the Board of Directors of Carlisle Goldfields Limited throughout the acquisition of Carlisle by Alamos Gold Inc.
Currently, Ms. Boyle sits on the Advisory Committee of the TSX Venture Exchange, and is a member of the board of directors of Satori Resources Inc. a company that she founded in 2012 which holds a former gold producing mine in Manitoba. Her primary position is with the Velocity Trade Group of Companies where she holds the position of Head of Global Corporate Finance and General Counsel. Velocity Trade is a financial services company that provides wholesale foreign exchange and institutional equities and commodities trading services throughout its global offices in Toronto, Montreal, London, Sydney, and Cape Town.
Ms. Boyle has been a key-note speaker at various mining and finance forums, and is a guest lecturer in the engineering and geology departments of Queens University, Western, and University of Toronto where she provides seminars on “The Corporate Side of Resources”.
Ms. Boyle continues with her consulting business of advising senior board members on challenging corporate governance matters, and structuring financings for mining issuers.