Board and Management

Bronwyn Barnes  B.A, Grad Dip Bus, GAICD

Non-Executive Chair

Bronwyn has had an extensive career in the resources sector, having worked with companies ranging from Western Mining Corporation and BHP to emerging juniors in directorship, executive leadership, and operational roles in Australia and internationally. Bronwyn is currently Non-Executive Chair of Indiana Resources, (ASX: IDA), Non-Executive Director of MOD Resources, Managing Director of Scorpion Minerals Pty Ltd and an Independent Director of Perth Racing.  Bronwyn is also a member of the Executive Council of the Association of Mining and Exploration Companies (AMEC), the Advisory Council for Curtin University School of Business, Western Australia and a Member of the Board of Management of the Foundation for St Mary’s Anglican Girls School.

Bob Adam BSc Hons, MAICD, MAusIMM

Non-Executive Director

Bob is a senior executive with 40 years of experience in the resources industry. Bob has a proven record of achievement in project development, management and operational improvement. He has worked extensively in West Africa with a demonstrable record of success in multi-cultural and multi-lingual environments.  Previous roles include 11 years leading an independent bauxite development company operating in Guinea, Managing Director of an international mining consultancy, and a senior management role with BHP Nickel West.

Bob has been involved in project developments in Guinea, Ghana, Mali, Zambia, Tanzania, Mauritania and Zimbabwe, principally in gold but also copper and iron ore.

Steven Zaninovich

Non-Executive Director

Steven Zaninovich

James Moran

Company Secretary

James Moran

Heavenlight Kavishe MSc (Mech. Eng.) PhD (Eng.)

Country Manager – Tanzania

Kavishe was born and raised in Tanzania and has lived, studied and worked in various countries including Bulgaria, UK, Japan, Canada and the United States. Prior to joining Indiana Resources in 2013 he held various influential leadership positions within Tanzanian government agencies, including the National Development Corporation (NDC) and the Parastatal Sector Reform Commission (PSRC). In 2006 Kavishe established a private technology business, Kicheko Ltd and is regularly invited as a guest lecturer on entrepreneurship at various Tanzanian universities and centres of higher learning.
He holds degrees in Engineering and Business Administration and post-graduate qualifications in business administration, project management, privatization and utility regulation.