Patrick Sévigny , , , CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER

Mr. Patrick Sévigny is a member of the “Ordre des Ingénieurs du Québec” and holds a diploma in Mining Engineering from École Polytechnique in Montréal. Patrick has 26 years of experience in management and operations of open-pit and underground mining operations, processing facilities and projects. Patrick joined Stornoway in January 2015 as Manager of Mining Operations, became Vice-President, Operations in January 2019, and was appointed Chief Operating Officer in June 2020. Prior to joining Stornoway, Patrick worked for QMX Gold Corporation’s Lac Herbin Mine, where he held the positions of General Manager and Vice President of Operations. He also held several operational and management positions at IAMGOLD's Mouska and Doyon Mines and was responsible for sinking a shaft and building various mining infrastructure. During his career, Patrick has also been involved and has been responsible for conducting pre-feasibility and feasibility studies.

Sylvie Gervais , , , VICE PRESIDENT, HUMAN RESOURCES AND COMMUNICATIONS

Sylvie Gervais joined Stornoway as Corporate Human Resources Manager in December 2017, and was appointed Vice President, Human Resources in August 2018. She has more than 20 years of human resources experience, and sits on the boards of Unicel Architectural Corp., Services Animaliers de la Rive-Sud, and CSMO Mines. Prior to joining Stornoway, Ms. Gervais was Vice President, Human Resources for Fabritec, Vice President, Human Resources at EnGlobe Corp. and Senior Director HR, HSE and Sustainability at Voith Hydro. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree with a major in Psychology from Concordia University and Certificate in Industrial relations from Université du Quebec à Montréal.

Martin Boucher , , , Vice President, Environment, Health, Safety and Sustainable Development

Martin Boucher joined Stornoway Diamond Corporation in May 2010 and is responsible for environment, health and safety, and permitting at the Renard Diamond Project. Martin has over 25 years’ expertise in Québec, international mine development and Aboriginal relations. Prior to joining Stornoway, Martin served as Manager, Environment for Canadian Royalties and also worked for Falconbridge Ltd. (now Xstrata) at several Canadian and international projects, notably as Manager, Environmental Services in New Cadelonia for the Koniambo Project. He also held progressive management positions at the Raglan Project in Nunavik, from Senior Mining Technician to Superintendent, Environment.