John Campo, President, Chairman, 43, has been involved with public companies for over 20 years. He began his career as a registered representative in 1992 with a boutique firm in Baltimore, Maryland. From 2001 to 2008, he was President of Elite Equity Marketing, a public relations firm catering to emerging growth companies. Later he formed Wall Street International to focus on creating awareness for international companies trading in the United States. In 2011 he acquired VSUS Technologies, which then acquired concession contract ILE-09551 and became New Colombia Resources, Inc. Mr. Campo is a Colombian-American residing in Sunny Isles Beach, FL while working in Colombia.
Erasmo Almanza, 71, Director, brings over 40 years of experience in the oil and gas industries in Colombia and the United States. A petroleum engineer by trade, he is currently General Manager of Cia Minera San Jose Ltda, a subsidiary of New Colombia Resources, Inc. Prior to that Mr. Almanza held several management positions within the oil and coal industry including Ingepetrol, BAROID International Co. and Core Laboratories International in Houston, Texas. Mr. Almanza earned a Bachelor Degree in Petroleum Engineering from the Universidad America in Bogota.
Miguel Centanaro, 51, V.P Operations, was a consultant to Latin Coal Mining from 1994 to 2004. Mr. Centanaro has been a candidate for the Senate of the Republic of Colombia and has held several positions within the Colombian Senate. He holds a business administration degree from the University of Cartagena and a Fellow Doctorate in Business Administration from The Edinburg School of Business, as well as specialties in marketing, environmental contamination, financial evaluation of projects, strategic management.
Fabio Villamil, Logistics Advisor, is currently President and Director of Incoplan S.A., a top engineering firm based in Bogota, Colombia that is a consultant to the largest infrastructure projects in Colombia, including rail, road, and river. He is an expert in environmental issues of infrastructure and mining projects in Colombia and has been a consultant to the Ministry of Transportation. Mr. Villamil holds a civil engineering degree from La Universidad Catolica de Colombia along with a specialty in ground transportation. He also holds a doctorate in the Optimization and exploitation of transportation systems from La Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Spain. Mr. Villamil has advised the company on matters related to logistics and infrastructure. Incoplan S.A. developed the baseline for the environmental impact study submitted to the CAR.
Jose A. Ramirez, 34, Director, is a financial controller for several companies in Miami, FL. He advises the company on accounting issues in conjunction with their accounting firm in Houston, TX.