Wednesday, November 26, 2014

New president of Nevada Mining Association has Arizona ties

The new president of the Nevada Mining Association has extensive ties to Arizona.

The Association announced that Dana Bennett [right, Linkedin photo], the former regional director of the Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development and current owner of Bennett Historical Research Services, will become President of NVMA effective Dec. 1.

Bennette received her doctorate in history from Arizona State University, worked in historical research and policy analysis with Morrison Institute for Public Policy in Phoenix, and was a Research Historian with Arizona State Archives.

Arizona and Nevada have traded positions in recent years as the number one non-fuel mining state in the country, with Nevada in first place when gold prices are high.

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