Camille Spencer, B.Sc. (Hons)

Senior Associate Geoscientist

Camille Spencer is a Senior Geophysicist based out of the Toronto, Ontario office. Most of Camille's 25 years' experience has been in exploration target generation via the integration of geophysics, image processing, spectral analysis of alteration in outcrop and bore hole core and geochemical data. Camille has worked on projects in South Africa, Ecuador, Argentina, Peru, Brazil, Colombia and Canada (Ontario, Saskatchewan, Nunavut). She was part of the team that discovered what is now termed the Corriente Copper Belt in Ecuador - a grassroots exploration program that has resulted in the delineation of 23 billion pounds of copper resources. She was also an integral part of the team that reinterpreted drilling data from a major mining company which had previously held the property, and continued an exploration program which resulted in the 3.3 million ounce gold discovery at Quimsacocha in Ecuador. Camille lived in Ecuador for 10 years, where she learned to speak Spanish fluently. She holds a B.Sc. (Hons) in Geophysics from the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa and has worked for DeBeers, Gencor, BHP Billiton and Iamgold.