Tyler Dinwoodie

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Tyler Dinwoodie is President and Executive Director of Innovation Metals Corp., a critical-materials technology company based in Toronto, Canada. A senior corporate strategic advisor with an extensive background in market and industry analysis for the global critical-materials supply chains, Mr. Dinwoodie specializes in rare earths (rare-earth elements, rare-earth oxides, rare-earth metals, and rare-earth permanent magnets) and Li-ion battery materials (lithium, graphite, manganese, nickel, and cobalt) — with a particular focus on North American security of supply and downstream transformational installed capacity. He has served as an executive officer and senior advisor for several private and public technology and advanced materials companies, including IMC — in North America, Europe and Australia. Previously, Mr. Dinwoodie served as President and Corporate Secretary of TSXV-listed Alabama Graphite Corp. prior to arranging, negotiating and overseeing the company's acquisition by a NASDAQ-listed company in 2018. He also served as Chief Marketing Officer for additive-manufacturing metal-powders producer Equispheres Inc., where he was instrumental in the company's founding, development of its business strategy and commercialization of its proprietary atomization technology. Mr. Dinwoodie is the Chairman of Benchmark Mineral Intelligence's annual Benchmark Summit in Washington D.C., sits on the Board of Directors of the National Alliance for Advanced Technology Batteries (NAATBatt International) and is an active member of REIA (Rare Earth Industry Association), the Canadian Rare Earth Elements Network (CREEN)/the Canadian Critical Minerals & Materials Association (C2M2A), the United States Energy Association (USEA), the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM), the Governance Professionals of Canada (GPC), the Canadian Investor Relations Institute (CIRI), and the U.S. based National Investor Relations Institute (NIRI).

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