President & CEO
William Meaney is president and CEO of Iron Mountain, an information management and data center company and a member of the S&P 500, and serves as a director on the company's board. He previously served as CEO of The Zuellig Group, a $12 billion primarily business-to-business conglomerate based in China - Hong Kong S.A.R. that saw sales triple during his tenure from August 2004-March 2012.
Prior to leading The Zuellig Group, Meaney spent a number of years in the airline industry, serving as the chief commercial officer and managing director of publicly-traded Swiss International Airlines from December 2002 to January 2004 and executive vice president of South African Airways from 1998 to 2001.
Earlier in his career, Meaney served as: the acting CEO of South African Vaccine Producers; the founder and managing director of Genhro Management Consultancy; and a principal of Strategic Planning Associates, now part of Oliver Wyman. Meaney's first career was as a CIA operations officer.
He is a member of the Asia Business Council, and he holds a bachelor's in mechanical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and a master's in industrial administration from Carnegie Mellon University. He also serves on the Board of Directors of State Street Corporation; and is a member of the Massachusetts General Hospital President's Council.
Kim Anstett is executive vice president and chief technology officer at Iron Mountain (NYSE: IRM), where she leads teams driving digital-first innovations and new product development for the digital transformation, information management and storage company and its customers. With 25 years of experience as a technology leader, she excels in creating a vision, building world class teams and executing technology programs for large, global businesses, while being committed to diversity, inclusion and leadership development.
Prior to joining Iron Mountain in 2019 as CIO, Kim was the CIO for Nielsen where she was focused on technology transformation to increase customer engagement, expand margins and enhance security through cloud-architected, data analytics platforms across AWS, Azure and GCP. She is well-versed in M&A having integrated 24 acquisitions during her tenure at Nielsen. With a keen understanding for the rapid pace of technology change and a strong program mindset, Kim has successfully deployed global platforms that both integrated and optimized assets while accelerating innovation and product development.
Throughout her career, Kim has been a champion for early career development and diversity and inclusion programs. In 2016, Kim was recognized by Tech Diversity Magazine as a Distinguished Chief Information Officer. That same year, Tampa Bay Business Journal named her CIO of the year for public companies and the Tampa Bay Technology Forum recognized her as CIO of the year.
Deirdre Evens leads Iron Mountain’s Records and Information Management business for North America and is responsible for long-term strategy, resource deployment, and service delivery supporting customers’ needs for document and information storage, secure destruction, offsite tape vaulting, imaging and business process workflow. Deirdre joined Iron Mountain in 2015 as Chief People Officer. She also served as the company’s Chief of Operations, responsible for the company’s global human resources, risk management, marketing, and continuous improvement functions. Deirdre came to Iron Mountain from environmental, energy, and industrial services company Clean Harbors, where she served as the Executive Vice President of Human Resources, and as the company's Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing. Prior to Clean Harbors, she was Senior Vice President of Member Insight for BJ's Wholesale Club, a $3+ Billion U.S. based retailer. She also spent 19 years at Polaroid Corporation, with senior roles in manufacturing, operations, sales, marketing, corporate strategy, and general management, including P&L leadership for Polaroid’s global imaging division. Deirdre serves on the Board of Directors for Regency Centers, a national owner, operator and developer of commercial shopping centers. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Cornell University, and is a graduate of Harvard Business School’s Advanced Management Program.
During his service career, Fox has held both staff and leadership roles, including combat operations during Operation Desert Storm, Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom. In his last command, he was responsible for the welfare, training and logistics support for more than 58,000 Marines and Sailors, deployed around the world.
Fox has logged over 5,000 hours in Marine and Navy aircraft since receiving his commission through the Platoon Leaders Class and receiving his Naval Aviator designation. He is a graduate of the Australian Army Command and Staff College and the U.S. Army War College, and earned a Master’s degree in Strategic Studies from the U.S. Army War College, a Master’s in Public Administration from Shippensburg University (Pennsylvania) and a Bachelor of Arts in political science from Eastern Washington University.
Edward E. Greene is Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer at Iron Mountain. He plays a significant role in the company's overall performance, leading a business-driven people strategy promoting organizational effectiveness, and elevating team performance through his leadership over diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) and active talent management and initiatives.
As leader of the global HR team, Greene works to help Iron Mountain unite, develop, and care for its employees -- enabling them to do the best work of their professional lives.
A 30-year veteran of HR, Greene brings extensive experience leading organizational transformations, talent and leadership development, dynamic workforce planning, compensation and benefits strategies, and driving large-scale growth. Prior to Iron Mountain, he was the CHRO at FactSet Research Systems. Previously he served as Senior Vice President, Head of Human Resources for Retirement Solutions, Operations and Information Technology at Voya Financial and spent 13 years at Fidelity Investments in senior HR and client-facing relationship management roles.
Greene serves as the president of the board of trustees for the Museum of Fine Arts Boston and sits on the steering committee of the Black Trustees Alliance of Art Museums. In addition, he also serves on the board of trustees of Eastern Bank.
Greene is a graduate of Tufts University and University of Virginia Law School.
As Iron Mountain’s executive vice president and chief financial officer, Barry A. Hytinen has overall responsibility for the company’s financial management and financial operations. He has served as Iron Mountain’s CFO since January 1, 2020.
Prior to joining Iron Mountain, he served as executive vice president and CFO at HanesBrands since October 2017, where he has helped diversify the company's business model and offerings to achieve sustainable results in an evolving global retail environment. Prior to that, he served as executive vice president and CFO for Tempur Sealy International, Inc., a global bedding manufacturer. Prior to that role and since 2005, he served in a range of finance, corporate development, financial planning and investor relations roles at Tempur Sealy International, including as executive vice president, Corporate Development and Finance. Prior to joining Tempur Sealy International, Mr. Hytinen served as CFO of Fogbreak Software, a venture-backed software company. Earlier in his career, he held finance and corporate development positions at Vignette and General Electric Company. Mr. Hytinen earned an MBA from Harvard Business School and holds a B.S. in Finance and Political Science from Syracuse University.
Deborah Marson is the Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary at Iron Mountain. She is responsible for all legal matters including privacy and compliance, and leads the Corporate Affairs functions, which includes both Global Communications and the company’s agenda for Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) sustainability. She joined Iron Mountain in 2009 as Vice President of Commercial Contracts for North America.
Prior to Iron Mountain, Marson spent 27 years with The Gillette Company, where she served as Deputy General Counsel. Her experience working for multinational organizations like Iron Mountain and Gillette give her a global point of view and expertise in creating and expanding worldwide practices. Marson’s work, which spans North America, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and Europe often focuses on complex, multi-country strategic initiatives. As a trained lawyer with more than 30 years of corporate experience, she is able to understand the complex business implications of law and policy.
Marson serves as the Clerk of the Iron Mountain Charitable Foundation and the Richard Reese Employee Relief Fund. She is a Trustee at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston and is a member of the Suffolk University Law School Dean's Advisory Board.
Marson holds a bachelor's degree from Colby College and a Juris Doctor from Suffolk University Law School.
Mr. McIntosh was appointed executive vice president, chief commercial officer in December 2019. Prior to this role, Mr. McIntosh served as executive vice president, strategic accounts from March 2019 to November 2019 and as senior vice president, consumer storage from December 2017 to March 2019. Mr. McIntosh served as senior vice president, innovation and product management from December 2016 to December 2017. Mr. McIntosh joined the company as senior vice president, general manager of Canada in May 2014. Prior to joining the Company, Mr. McIntosh spent 14 years in the financial services technology industry with Davis + Henderson, now Finastra, and was co-founder of Cyence International, a provider of credit lifecycle management software and solutions. Mr. McIntosh holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematics, a master’s degree in accounting from the University of Waterloo and is a CPA (Ontario).
John "JT" Tomovcsik is Iron Mountain's Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, leading operations across the core businesses of records management, data management, secure destruction and digital services on a global basis. He also leads multiple global corporate functions including global business services, real estate and risk, in addition to global sales operations and revenue management in support of the company's commercial teams. In addition, Tomovcsik also led Iron Mountain's recent "Summit" transformation journey, designed to increase overall agility and pace, to better innovate and serve our customers.
Tomovcsik is an industry veteran who has served several roles at Iron Mountain, including Executive Vice President and general manager of Records and Information Management in North America, Chief Operating Officer for North America and Executive Vice President of Data Management. He joined Iron Mountain in 1986.