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Jameson Stanford Resources Corp. (JMSN) Leverages Strong Management Experience For Rock-Solid Gains

Jan. 22, 2014 3:15 PM ETSMRS
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Based out of Las Vegas, Nevada, Jameson Stanford Resources is a publicly held mining company that is concentrating its efforts on mining sites located within Utah's historic mining districts. The company targets historical mines with strong production and future growth potential, leveraging the insights of an experienced and savvy management team to transition its site acquisitions into active, producing assets.

At the present, Jameson Stanford Resources owns and operates mines in southwest Utah, specifically in the Star Mountain Mining District, Beaver County, Utah, the Spor Mountain Mining District, Juab County, Utah, and the Ogden Bay area, Weber County, Utah. These projects have been slated to have sizable amounts of copper and valuable mineral metal resources within their claims and leasing confines.

Backing the company's continuing exploration, development, acquisition, and expansion efforts is a management team with decades of experience in mining and metallurgical operations, executive management, finances, and accounting. These figures are:

•Mr. Michael Stanford (President and Chief Executive Officer, Director) - Mr. Stanford boasts of over 20 years in the mining and metallurgy industries. His specializations include exploration, development, recovery, refining, and marketing of precious metals from mined mineral ore bodies. In management capacities, Mr. Stanford has directed and overseen over 2,000 employees in mining and metallurgy operations. He also has managed projects under contract with Rio Tinto, Kennecott Utah Copper-Barney's Canyon Gold Ore, Chubu Electric Power, Kiewit Western, the USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service, the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, and the Utah DNR. For over 20 years, he also operated Stanford Laboratories, a company that provides commercial metallurgical analytic laboratory services.

•Mr. Michael Christiansen (Executive Vice President of Corporate Development)-Joining Jameson Stanford Resources in 2013 as Executive Vice President of Corporate Developent, Mr. Christiansen brings to the company extensive experience in investment banking and advisement. He has an accumulated 15 years of experience in investment banking experience from his service with WestPark Capital, Prudential Securities, Seidler Amdec Securities, and Laffer Associates. He also served in prior management capacities as Chief Financial Officer with Vizional Technologies and PortaCom Wireless. In his investment banking advisement capacities, Mr. Christiansen has advised clients on over $1.2 billion in aggregate closed transactions. Leveraging lots of experience in management of public and private equity offerings, mergers and acquisitions, and strategic advisory engagements in the consumer, retailing, software and technology industries, he brings strong financial knowledge to the company. Mr. Christiansen holds a Bachelor of Science degree in corporate finance and economics from Utah State University and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Southern California.

•Mr. Rob Robbie Chidester, CPA (Chief Financial Officer)- As Jameson Stanford Resources' Chief Financial Officer, Mr. Chidester draws upon over 20 years of experience in prior executive capacities, including as Vice President of Finance, Chief Financial Officer, Board Member, and Advisor to several enterprises. In his career, he has managed over 20 emerging businesses ranging in size from startups to multimillion dollar enterprises (up to $160MM in revenue). Over the past six years, Mr. Chidester has served as an outsourced or interim financial officer. Throughout his career, he has been responsible for the placement of approximately $300MM in private debt and equity funding. Leveraging strong, developed expertise in corporate compliance, public reporting, M&A/IPO support, due diligence, business transformation/turn-around services, and management consulting, Mr. Chidester is a valuable part of Jameson Stanford Resources' management savvy and outlook. He is a licensed Certified Public Accountant and holds a Bachelor degree in accounting, with honors, from the University of Utah.

•Ms. Donna Moore (Company Comptroller) - Boasting over 25 years' experience in controller, secretary, and treasurer functions of public and private corporations, Ms. Moore serves as Jameson Stanford Resources' Comptroller. Her specializations include execution of uniform financial controls for enhanced corporate productivity, cost reduction, and profit maximization. Sporting direct experience with general accounting, financial reporting, systems implementation/management, treasury functions, and cost accounting, Ms. Moore is a graduate of Brigham Young University. At that institution, she received a Bachelor of Science degree in business management and a Master of Business Administration degree in finance and accounting.

For more information regarding Jameson Stanford Resources and its mining efforts, visit: jamesonstanford.com

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