Meet Mr. Henry Antwi

Mr. Henry Antwi is a man with an impressive educational history under his belt, as well as an extraordinary career. He attended school at Osei Tutu Secondary, Mfantsipim, and the UST School of Mines in Ghana. He pursued further education at the Camborne School of Mines in England, where he received a Bachelor's in Engineering, and went on to obtain a Master's of Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines in the USA. In order to add an element of diversity to his education, he acquired a Graduate Diploma in Business from Curtin Univeristy of Science and Technology, in Australia.

Mr. Antwi's work experience is reflective of his education in its diversity. He has traveled quite extensively through numerous countries due to his occupation. When asked what his precise title was, the response was substantial. "I am a Chartered Engineer with the Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers (UK) and a member of the Australian Institute of Engineers". During his five years with the Ashanti Goldfields Corp in his native Ghana, he participated in brief exchange attachments with Datamine International in London and Campbell Red Lake Mine in Canada. He also has three years experience with BHP World Minerals in the USA, and two years with BHP Iron Ore in Australia. He has just over a year's experience at AME Mineral Economics, where he is currently the manager for Iron Ore Research.

After transferring from BHP (USA) to BHP (Australia) in 1996, Henry Antwi decided to stay in Australia permanently after "enjoying the mild winters and excellent lifestyle." He has since turned down opportunities to transfer back to the USA.

Kudos to you, Mr. Antwi!

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