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Newmont Ghana gets new Vice President Africa Operations

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David Schummer, Newmont V. President Africa Operations

Newmont Ghana, a core operating district of Newmont Mining Corporation (Newmont), the world’s second largest gold company, has appointed David C. Schummer as the Regional Senior Vice President for its Africa Operations.

A statement copied to the Ghana News Agency on Tuesday said Mr Schummer has taken over from Jeffrey Huspeni, who has been appointed to Newmont’s Asia Pacific Region as Regional Senior Vice President – Asia Pacific.

David Schummer, the statement said, brings invaluable expertise and leadership to the Africa Region, including proven ability to build effective multi-national teams, improve workplace culture, and deliver operational results.

Prior to David’s appointment as Regional Senior Vice President, African Operations, he served as Vice President, North American Operations and over the years has held a number of leadership positions in Newmont.

In addition, prior to the role in North America, Dave led the establishment of Newmont’s global Business Excellence program.

“Exhibiting leadership in safety, environmental stewardship and social responsibility are values Newmont takes serious.

“We will continue partnering with our key stakeholders including the national and local governments and our local communities to ensure the safety of our employees and the environment we operate in while providing job opportunities and economic development for the host communities of our operations,” the statement quoted Mr Schummer.

Dave Schummer’s appointment ensures Newmont Ghana’s continued drive to achieve its vision to become the most valued and respected mining company through industry leading performance.

In Ghana, Newmont Ghana operates the Ahafo Mine in the Brong-Ahafo Region and also has a development project, the Akyem Project in the Birim North District of the Eastern Region.

Source: GNA

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2 comments

  1. Another way of leaving the poor and vulnerable poorer nothing new since slavery days. Who know better than knowledgeable African in the mining sector. Not Ghana interest but Newmount.

  2. I WISH TO CONGRATULATE MR VICE PRESIDENT DAVIDE SCHUMMER FOR HIS COURAGE AND DETERMINATION TO UPLIFT THE IMAGE OF AFRICA MAY GOD CONTINUE TO BE WITH HIM THROUGHOUT HIS TENURE OF OFFICE. I WISH TO CONTRIBUTE TO HIS HARD WORK AS AN GIS ADMINISTRATOR IN GHANA.