Greg Schifrin

Mr. Greg Schifrin has worked as a geologist and manager for over 35 years in the mining and mineral exploration industry where he has been involved in precious, base metals, rare earth and uranium exploration and development. Mr. Schifrin has provided technical services and project management for major and junior mining companies through his consulting and service company. During his various tenures Mr. Schifrin has been an officer and director of numerous public companies where he managed corporate finance, accounting, legal and regulatory requirements, investors, personnel, exploration, geologic evaluation, project development and infrastructure, project generation and land acquisition.


Henk Van Alphen

Mr. Hendrik Van Alphen has over 30 years of experience in the mining industry. He has been a key player in such companies as Corriente Resources, Cardero Resources, Trevali Mining, Balmoral Resources and International Tower Hill Mines. During his career Mr. Van Alphen has been involved in raising over $1 billion in financing for various junior resource companies. He has been President and CEO of Wealth Minerals Ltd. since 2005.


Alan Carter

Dr. Alan Carter has 30 years of experience in the mining and minerals exploration industry. He spent seven years working for Rio Tinto Corp. in South America and the United Kingdom, and in 1996, he became President and CEO of Balaclava Mines. Dr. Carter joined Billiton Plc in 1998 and in 2000 moved from Lima, Peru, to Vancouver. Following the merger of Billiton with BHP, he assumed the role of Manager, Business Development, within the BHP Billiton Exploration Group, and was the Chief Operating Officer of Peregrine Diamonds Ltd. from mid-2004 to late 2006. Dr. Carter was President and CEO of Magellan Minerals Ltd., until its recent sale to Anfield Gold Corp. in May 2016.  He is a director of Peregrine Diamonds Ltd., and Anfield Gold Corp.   Dr. Carter has a BSc in Geology from the University of Nottingham, U.K. and a PhD in gold geochemistry and structural geology from the University of Southampton, UK.


John Seaberg

Mr. Seaberg has over 20 years of experience in the mining industry spanning a wide array of positions with a focus on strategic relationships. Mr. Seaberg completed a Bachelor of Science and Business Administration at Colorado State University, which he followed up with a Master of Business Administration from the University of Denver.

Mr. Seaberg was appointed to the Board in November 2018 and also serves as the Executive Chairman of Paramount Gold Nevada Corporation. From 2015-2018, Mr. Seaberg acted as Senior Vice President, Strategic Relations for Klondex Mines and was responsible for executing the company’s global Investor Relations Strategy. In his 10 years with Newmont Mining from 2003-2013, the world’s second largest gold producer, Mr. Seaberg served several roles including Vice President of Investor Relations and Director of Corporate Development. Prior to his tenure with Newmont, Mr. Seaberg spent 6 years with Apex Silver Mines Corporation, a silver producer, serving as controller and treasurer.


Catalin Kilofliski

Catalin Kilofliski is the CEO of Canarc Resources Corporation being responsible for the overall operations and direction of the Company. Catalin is a Professional economist with 20 years of experience in business development, mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, communications, governance and sustainability in Canada, US, Europe and Asia.  He has been instrumental in raising over CA$200 million in joint venture, equity and debt financings for mineral resource projects since 2010.


Deepak Malhotra

Deepak Malhotra is the President of Resource Development Inc., a diversified mining consulting services company in Colorado, USA.   He has a wealth of knowledge and expertise in metallurgical research, process development for new properties, plant troubleshooting, plant audits, detailed engineering, and overall business management, developed while working on over 50 gold projects throughout the world.    During his career, Deepak has worked with various financial institutions, such as the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and other investment funds.    He has been an independent Board member of TSX-listed Canarc Resource Corp., since June 29, 2015.   He has a PhD in Mineral Economics, and is a Metallurgical Engineer and Mineral Economist.


Corporate Mission


Blackrock Gold Corp is committed to developing mineral assets through exploration which identify, bring forth and help seize any lucrative project opportunities to maximize shareholder value for investors.

Blackrock Gold believes in wealth creation for shareholders and is committed to increasing future wealth of the people and region that surround our operations.

Our goal is to achieve and maintain corporate ethical, moral, social responsible values and environmental standards and at all times.

Values & Ethics

Blackrock has set out values and standards which guide the conduct of our business, we commit to operate to the same high standard of integrity and responsibility. Our Values and Ethics is Blackrock’s code of conduct policy that applies to all our employees. Employees are expected to maintain and enhance our standing as a vigorous and ethical member of the business community, and are held accountable for compliance with this policy.


We take ownership for ourselves, and our work. We “do the right thing” for the business and our stakeholders.


We measure our performance and strive to excel at every level.


We make decisions and are responsible for our outcomes. We work openly and effectively with each other, leveraging the strength of the team.


Safety is non-negotiable: it ensures the well-being of our people and our business.