Annie Laurenson,
Director, Governance and Corporate Secretary, Chair, DIARD Committee (Corporate), Lundin Mining

Annie Laurenson is an experienced Corporate Governance professional and Corporate Secretary with extensive experience in business administration including 15 years in public companies within the mining industry. Annie is currently the Director, Governance and Corporate Secretary of Lundin Mining Corporation, a Canadian public company headquartered in Toronto, Ontario with operations in six global jurisdictions.

Prior to joining Lundin Mining, Annie was Assistant Corporate Secretary of Bank of Montreal, Corporate Secretary of Chieftain Metals Corp., and held progressively senior business administration roles with several TSX and TSXV listed mining companies. She has been involved in all aspects of the administration of listed companies including legal and regulatory compliance, corporate governance, board and committee matters, continuous disclosure requirements, corporate transactions, shareholder communications and corporate records. Annie is a member of the Governance Professionals of Canada since April 2014 and holds the Governance Professionals of Canada designation, she is Rhodes University alumni and is currently enrolled in Osgoode Hall Profession Business Law LL.M program.

In addition, Annie is current Chair of Lundin Mining’s Diversity, Inclusion, Anti Racism and Discrimination Committee (“DIARD”).  DIARD is a multi-disciplinary working group established to further the Corporation’s diversity and inclusion agenda, which aims to create and foster a workplace that reflects and contributes to the diverse, global communities in which we do business, and provide recommendations to address institutional and systemic inequalities and biases that may exist.  DIARD organizes events and activities around the five core concepts of (i) building awareness; (ii) celebrating culture; (iii) engaging with communities; (iv) mentoring; and (v) networking.