2021 Annual Meeting

Join Us For AEMA's 127th Annual Meeting Dec. 5 - 10, 2021 Nugget Casino Resort in Sparks, NV

Mining's Role in Securing America's Future

Exhibitor Info

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Chair & Speaker Info

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Future Meetings & Locations

2021 | December 6 - 10
Nugget Casino & Resort | Spark, NV

2022 | December 5 - 9
Location to be determined

2023 | December 4 - 8
Location to be determined

2024 | December 2 - 6
Location to be determined

2025 | December 1 - 5
Location to be determined

Key Contacts

Sponsor, Speaker or Session Chair questions? Contact Pat Heywood - pheywood@miningamerica.org

Booth/Exhibitor, Registration or Membership questions? Contact Mike Heywood - mheywood@miningamerica.org

Press Info

Contact Kenna O'Neill via email - koneill@miningamerica.org

Hotel & Travel Info

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2021 Program Chairs

2021 Program Chair - Hayley Rambur

2021 Program Chair
Hayley Rambur
Perpetua Resources, Corporate Social Responsibility Manager

Hayley Rambur is the Corporate Social Responsibility Manager for Perpetua Resources (formerly Midas Gold). Her role incorporates STEM advocacy, education outreach, community relations, ESG and tribal relations. Hayley uses her background in geology and secondary education to directly communicate with the public and other stakeholders in Idaho about the environmental, ecological, and socioeconomic benefits of the Stibnite Gold Project.

Hayley grew up in Moscow, Idaho and graduated from the University of Idaho with degrees in Geology and Secondary Education. While in college, Hayley gained underground mining experience and worked for the Idaho Geologic Survey, helping to expand the Idaho mines and prospects database.  As an Idaho STEM Action Center Foundation Board Member, she advocates and provides resources for rural and industry education throughout the state. Hayley is enthusiastic about leading the next generation of U.S. mining and is an active member and supporter of Women’s Mining Coalition, the Idaho Mining Association, and her local Section of SME.

2021 Program Co-Chair - Todd Glindeman

2021 Program Co-Chair
Todd Glindeman
Brown and Caldwell, Mining Market Sector Director

Todd Glindeman is the Mining Market Sector Director for Brown and Caldwell (BC) and is based in Boise, Idaho. He has been with BC his entire 21-year career. Todd has been leading and managing large-scale mining compliance and permitting projects in Idaho for more than decade. He works with mining industry partners to develop plans for efficiently addressing regulatory challenges and negotiating the permitting processes. He has more than 20 years of experience in client service, program and project management, and environmental services.

Todd graduated from the University of Idaho with BS and MS degrees in Environmental Science in 1999 and 2006, respectively. He is an active member of the Idaho Mining Association and has participated as a conference planning committee member for the Idaho Mining Conference since its inception in 2018. Todd has also participated in board positions for the Boise Section SME, including serving as the 2018–19 Chair.

2021 AEMA President - Jeff Parshley

2021 AEMA President
Jeff Parshley
SRK Consulting

Jeff Parshley is the Group Chairman of SRK Consulting and an experienced mine closure strategist and regulatory specialist. He has extensive, global experience working with industry and governmental organizations contributing to the development of several regulatory guidelines for mine closure and closure cost estimating and development of  closurerelated corporate standards, policies, and guidance documents. He has worked with legal and policy aspects of mining projects since his early career and regularly works on World Bank and IFC compliance projects. A graduate of Dartmouth College, Jeff has nearly 40 years of experience, including more than 30 years in mine closure.