Captain Paul Ronald Reece
Founder, Soledad Mining Inc.
He is the Founder and CEO of Fly Jamaica Airways, a regional airline which operated flights from 2013 to 2019.Captain Reece is also the founder and CEO of Wings Aviation Ltd. a company based in Guyana which operates a Cessna Gran Caravan which is used to service the mining industry in the interior of Guyana.
Captain Reece has been active in mining in Guyana since he was a young man, and in fact, his entire aviation career including his aviation assets were all financed by his tremendous success in the mining industry in Guyana.
Captain David Stuart Cameron
Co-Founder, Soledad Mining Inc.
Captain Cameron has been a licensed pilot since 1971, and has flown in the interior of Guyana since 1971, as a freelance pilot initially and then with Guyana Airways Corporation and then he co-founded Wings Aviation Ltd. with Captain Reece in 1984. Captain Cameron has a vast knowledge of all the mining areas in Guyana and has been actively involved in gold and diamond mining since 1975 to present.
Both Captain Reece and Captain Cameron were actively involved in small scale mining for years, but formed Soledad Mining Inc. with Mr. Earl Chapman in order to take the next leap forward in medium-scale mining.
Mr. Earl Chapman
Director, Soledad Mining Inc.
Earl Chapman , will be our main business development director, worldwide. He has spent 25 years developing his sales and marketing skills while working for organizations such as Bell Canada, Lucent Technologies and Tucows—as well as his own companies Green Club Inc. and E. Chapman Group Inc. While at Bell Canada, Mr. Chapman built from zero and managed $55 million of Internet Service Providers network Infrastructure, growing it to $77 million in 1998.
As an International Director of Channel Sales at Tucows, Mr. Chapman built an ICANN accredited Registrar single-handedly by recruiting 1,500 resellers to retail domains for the .com, .net and .org TLDs. Earl hired and trained daily, a staff of ten sales representatives who helped grow Tucows' revenue from $0 to $21 million USD in just six months from January 2000 to June 2000.