Mr. Roseborough is currently the Chairman and CEO of Indigenous Bloom Hemp Corp. (CSE: IBH). Mr. Roseborough acted as the Lead Executive for the start-up of Dow Corning’s $1.2 billion semiconductor plant in Clarksville, Tennessee. Prior to Dow, between 2007 and 2010, Mr. Roseborough was a director of EPOD Solar Inc. He also held numerous management positions over his tenure at EPOD ultimately acting as the President of EPOD in 2008. Additionally, from 1992 to 2003, at Belkorp Industries Inc. he acted as the Vice President of Manufacturing, having direct responsibility for the operations of three pulp and paper mills and the Mohawk Lubricants oil refinery. These operations had collectively over 350 employees and produced over $300 million in annual revenues. Between 1999 and 2003, Mr. Roseborough also held the position of President and CEO of Bluewater Fiber in Port Huron, Michigan (on behalf of owners Merrill Lynch and Cerberus Capital Partners), which was a large scale recycle pulp mill. Mr. Roseborough has completed the NAIT Power Engineering program and holds a current Commercial Pilot’s license.