Global Uranium Team

John Kim

CEO, Director

Mr. Kim is currently the CEO of Global Uranium Corp. For over 25 years, he has developed and managed junior resource companies participating in initial public offerings, reverse takeovers, and public and private equity financing transactions. Mr. Kim has sat on the boards of several publicly listed companies as well as audit committees. His knowledge of industry regulations and policy, and effective messaging to the investment community, helps companies maximize their investment capital opportunities.

Tasheel Jeerh


Mr. Jeerh, CPA, CA is a finance and accounting professional bringing over 10 years of accounting expertise and management experience to the team. Mr. Jeerh has experience in both public and private sectors, over a broad range of industries, including energy, mining, exploration and technology. Prior to joining the Company, Mr. Jeerh played a pivotal role in the growth of a private upstream oil and gas company, dealing with over $2.0 billion of M&A activity and $1.0 billion of financing activities. Mr.Jeerh received his designation at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, where he gained valuable audit experience through his work as a manager in the assurance practice.

Dr. Jared Suchan, PH.D., P.GEO.

VP of Exploration

Dr. Suchan is a professional geoscientist with nearly 10 years of experience in the exploration and development of mining projects in Canada. He received his Ph.D. in Environmental Systems Engineering in 2023 and his Honours B.Sc. In Geography and B.Sc. in Geology in 2016 from the University of Regina. His expertise is in the development and execution of early-stage mineral exploration programs in the remote regions of Canada. His previous experience includes coal mining operations and uranium exploration in Saskatchewan, rare earth element and diamond exploration in the Northwest Territories, and gold exploration in the Yukon. Dr. Suchan currently serves as the Chief Operating Officer for the rare earth element exploration company Northern Critical Minerals Corp., and as a Managing Partner with the mineral exploration project generator company Voyageur Exploration Ltd.

Eli Dusenbury

CFO, Director

Mr. Dusenbury has extensive experience in public accounting providing services to public and private sectors reporting in Canada and in the U.S., over a broad range of industries, including technology, agriculture, engineering, mining and exploration, manufacturing and financing. Mr. Dusenbury holds a CPA designation and a BBA in Business and Accounting. He has served as a CFO with a number of public companies: Integral Technologies, Inc., YDX Innovation Corp., Isodiol International Inc., Chemesis International Inc., IMC International Mining Corp., and Havn Life Sciences Inc. He obtained a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting and Finance from the Capilano University in 2009.

Foster Wilson

Strategic Advisor, Director

Mr. Wilson has over 40 years of mineral resource experience including exploration, reserve drilling and estimation, feasibility studies, mine permitting and development. Foster is a former member of the technical services group at Placer Dome Exploration 1990-1999 and has worked in various capacities for Echo Bay, American Bonanza Gold, and various junior exploration companies. Foster served as President of Mesa Uranium Corp. and served on the board of Alpha Lithium Corporation until its recent acquisition by Tecpetrol Investment S.L. for aggregate cash consideration of approximately $313,000,000. Foster is a director at Atomic Minerals Corporation and ASX pre-IPO Fulcrum Lithium Ltd.

Paul Sparkes


Paul Sparkes is an accomplished business leader and entrepreneur with over twenty-five years of experience in media, finance, capital markets and Canada’s political arena. Paul spent a decade as a leader in the broadcast and media industry as CTV Globemedia’s Executive Vice President, Corporate Affairs. He also held senior positions in public service, including with the Government of Canada as Director of Operations to Prime Minister, Jean Chretien, and as a senior aide to two Premiers of Newfoundland and Labrador. Paul was a Co-Founder and executive vice chairman at Difference Capital Financial and serves on a number of private and public boards. He is currently President of Otterbury Holdings Inc. and is an advisor and deal maker for growth companies in the private and public markets.

Sergio Marchi


Mr. Marchi currently serves as a Board Director, and besides teaching at Carleton University, he has also taught at the University of Ottawa, the University of British Columbia, and Webster University, in Geneva. Mr. Marchi recently served as President and Chief Executive Officer of the Canadian Electricity    Association (CEA), from 2015-2019. Prior, Mr.  Marchi held a number of senior executive positions in the private sector, both domestically and internationally. During his time in the federal government, he served as Cabinet Minister in three critical portfolios:  International Trade; Environment; and Citizenship and Immigration. Mr.   Marchi   was   appointed   Canadian   Ambassador to   the   World   Trade   Organization (WTO) and   the United Nations (UN) Agencies in Geneva, where he served for five years. Mr. Marchi was elected by his international peers as Chairman of the WTO Council. In 2003, he was nominated by the Canadian government and the UN Secretary General to serve as Commissioner on the UN Global Commission on International Migration, a position he held until 2005.

Martin Cauchon


Mr. Cauchon was first elected as a Member of Parliament in October 1993. Mr. Cauchon has served as Secretary of State (Canada, Economic Development Agency for the regions of Quebec), Minister of National Revenue, and Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada. In 2013, he was an official candidate in the leadership race of the Liberal Party of Canada. From 2015 to 2019, he was also the shareholder and Executive Chairman of Groupe Capitales Médias. Mr. Cauchon is also counsel at DS Lawyers Canada. In this role, he advises companies on the various issues facing the knowledge economy and the globalization of markets, taking into account geopolitical factors. Mr. Cauchon also facilitates the creation of partnerships at the provincial, national, and international levels. Being Vice-President of the Canada-China Business Council and President of its Quebec chapter, Martin Cauchon has acquired a good knowledge of that market, which allows him to intervene in projects that are related to the Canada-China relationship. He was the 2004 recipient of the Equality Forum’s International Role Model Award. In 2015, he received the honorary distinction of “Advocatus emeritus” and “Le Mérite” from the Quebec Bar. He also serves on the board of directors of several companies.

Matthew Batty, MSc, P.Geo


Mr. Batty has 12+ years of experience in the mining industry related to exploration and mine operations, specializing in geological modeling, mineral resource estimation/uncertainty analysis, production reconciliation, grade control, and mine planning. Mr. Batty started his career in the uranium industry with the Cameco Corporation, working as a logging geologist at the McArthur River Mine (2012), an exploration geologist at the Fox Lake and Dawn Lake Projects (2013), a resource geologist at their corporate office (2014), and a mine geologist at Rabbit Lake (2014-2016). Mr. Batty was the Geology and Resource Lead at NexGen Energy Ltd. from 2016 to 2022, where he was responsible for ~200 K of drill metres that developed the Arrow Deposit, a tier-one mining asset, from the 2016 Maiden Resource defined by only Inferred Mineral Resources to the 2021 Feasibility Study Mineral Resource, which contains Inferred, Indicated, and Measured Mineral Resources as supported by a geostatistical drill hole spacing study. Mr. Batty is the founder of Understood Mineral Resources Ltd.