Fission Uranium Appoints Sustainable Mining Expert Beatriz Orrantia to Board of Directors

and is pursuing her Master’s degree in Sustainability at Harvard University. Ms. Orrantia holds a certificate in Sustainability and Innovation from Harvard University and is a corporate director certified by the National Association of Corporate Directors, the leading certification in the United States for board members.

Ross McElroy, President and CEO for Fission, commented, "I’m delighted to welcome Beatriz Orrantia to the Fission Board of Directors, who joins at a very exciting time for the company. As an expert in sustainability, with a particular focus on environmental, social and governance, Ms. Orrantia adds a great deal of depth to Fission’s Board and further empowers our commitment to responsible development. Our newly published feasibility study shows the potential for our PLS uranium mine and mill project to have among the lowest operational costs in the world. Our management team and Board look forward to working with Ms. Orrantia as we […]

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