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Women in Mining – Anita Marks

The challenge to design something 10 years in the future!”  Anita Marks is a principal engineer, processing. In charge of the design of the concentrator to treat ore from the Resolution Copper underground mine, she is part of the team developing mine plans, tailings pipeline corridors, and a water sourcing …

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Women in Mining – Robin Bradford

“Relationships are what my job is about.” Doing the right things as a company, according to Robin Bradford,  is about being more than a good neighbor.  “It’s about being a positive contributor to society,” she says,  “above and beyond the economies of copper.”    A Miami, AZ native, Robin and longtime …

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Women in Mining: Megan Fast

“The possibilities are never-ending!” Meagan Fast, 34, explores new lands and looks for opportunities as a Land Access Specialist for BHP, the biggest mining company in the world. A self-described small-time farm girl, she reports to the Head of Exploration – North America, responsible for stakeholder management and community relations. …

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Women in Mining: Cyndi Elkins

“You feel empowered, like you can conquer the world.”Cyndi Elkins, an industrial mechanic at the Pinto Valley mine site, maintains the big machines that power the operation –– from crushers, conveyors, feeders, shakers, ballmills, flotation banks, and filter press. “Most equipment is huge in scale ,” she says, “and you’re …

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Women in Mining: Colleen Roche

“We have to be a world-class organization.”  Colleen Roche has a big job in a medium-sized company. To stay competitive, her team has to be efficient. As Operations Support Manager for Capstone Mining in Pinto Valley, her mandate is to keep operations focused on producing copper. “Everything that is not …

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