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MINING INDUSTRY SINCE 1935

Eva Carissimi

Eva Carissimi was the President and CEO of CEZinc, a subsidiary of Glencore and the second-largest zinc processing facility in North America. She was also the first female engineer to work at the Horne smelter and the first female mine manager in Sudbury, Ontario.

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Angela Hamlyn

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Sheena Annanack

Committed to mine safety, Sheena Annanack is the first Inuk woman to become a firefighter at Glencore’s Raglan Mine and serves as Accommodation Supervisor at the site.

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