Northern Graphite Appoints Vice President, Communications
Ottawa, Ontario, April 11, 2023: Northern Graphite Corporation (NGC:TSX-V, NGPHF:OTCQB, FRA:0NG, XSTU:0NG) (the “Company” or “Northern”) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Pav Jordan as Vice President, Communications (“V.P. Comms”) of the Company. Mr. Jordan is a strategic communications professional with extensive media and public relations experience. He will guide Northern’s communications strategy as it executes on its goal of becoming a world leader in the production of natural graphite and upgrading it into value added products critical to the green economy.
Pav Jordan has a Master’s in International Journalism and over 25 years of experience in the field, first as a mining journalist working on several continents and then working in media, public relations and content strategy for some of Canada’s largest and most respected firms including Bloomberg, Thompson Reuters, The Globe and Mail, Bank of Montreal and Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan. Most recently Pav was a director for the B2B Sustainable Finance editorial and thought leadership program at BMO Capital Markets and the BMO Climate Institute, where he exercised his passion for a sustainable transition to a low carbon economy. Pav is fluent in English and Spanish and has a working knowledge of French. He is based in Toronto, Canada.
Hugues Jacquemin CEO of Northern Graphite commented: “I am delighted to welcome Pav to our team. His experience and talent will play a key role in supporting our transformation as we become the world’s leading graphite mining and processing company.”
About Northern Graphite
Northern is a Canadian, TSXV listed company that is focussed on becoming a world leader in producing natural graphite and upgrading it into high value products critical to the green economy including anode material for lithium-ion batteries/EVs, fuel cells and graphene, as well as advanced industrial technologies.
Northern is the only significant graphite producing company in North America and will become the third largest outside of China when its Namibian operations come back online in 2024. The Company also has two large scale development projects, Bissett Creek in Ontario and Okanjande in Namibia, that will be a source of continued production growth in the future. All projects have “battery quality” graphite and are located close to infrastructure in politically stable countries.
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