Krisztina Pandur has been involved in the mineral exploration industry since 2011. She has been engaged in a variety of exploration projects throughout Saskatchewan, British Columbia, Ontario, Nunavut, and the Yukon, with focus on structurally controlled uranium, orogenic gold, SEDEX Pb-Zn, pegmatite hosted Li, orthomagmatic Ni-Cu, and epithermal Ag-Pb- Zn vein deposits. She has experience in geological mapping, prospecting, management of diamond drill programmes, and supervision of core logging teams. She holds a PhD in Geology from the University of Saskatchewan (2015). She specializes in rare earth element and porphyry Cu-Mo mineralization, and her academic interests include petrography and fluid inclusion research.