In January 2008 Ms Stirrett joined the North Rim team as a Senior Geologist and Business Development Manager in charge of diversifying North Rim’s client portfolio. Tabetha has worked on potash and coal projects for Encanto Potash, America West Potash, Highfield Resources, North Atlantic Potash, Athabasca Potash, NuCoal Energy, Westcore Energy and Wescan Goldfields. Her experience has been mainly focused in the management and design of drilling programs as well as detailed core logging, interpretation and analysis.
Since 2010, Tabetha has completed six NI 43-101 Resource Calculations, one for North Atlantic Potash, two for American West Potash and three for Encanto Potash, one of which was a Preliminary Economic Assessment. She has completed data reviews of historical potash deposits in Australia and Arizona, and has completed a historical resource calculation of a potash deposit in the Holbrook Basin, Arizona. She was responsible for the placement of drill holes and project management of the drilling programs for both the Encanto and American West Potash Projects.
Tabetha has completed several confidential Due Diligence and Geological Reviews since starting with North Rim. She has completed reviews of properties in Spain, Turkey, Laos, North America, Brazil, and Australia. Previous to her North Rim experience Tabetha worked as the Assistant Manager of the Weatherford Open Hole Wireline station in Edmonton, AB. Tabetha was responsible for the day to day operations of an around the clock, busy oil and gas service company. Tabetha has 8 years of experience in the quality control and interpretation of wireline geophysical logs. In addition to her oil and gas experience, Tabetha has worked in Northern Saskatchewan as a gold exploration geologist for two junior gold mining companies. As the Project Manager, she was responsible for the overall geology, organization, and supervision of exploration projects.
Tabetha Stirrett is a Professional Geologist registered with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan since 2009 and member of the American Institute of Professional Geologists since March 2013.
Tabetha is the Chairperson of the Saskatchewan Women in Mining chapter, a newly organized group that helps bring people from the mining industry together to network and create industry awareness. She is a director on the Board of the Canadian National Women in Mining group.