William Meaney is president and CEO of Iron Mountain 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 Hong Kong 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 Boards of Directors of Qantas Airways and State Street Corporation; and is a member of the Massachusetts General Hospital President's Council and the FM Global Advisory Board.
As Iron Mountain’s executive vice president and chief financial officer, Stuart Brown has overall responsibility for the company’s financial management and financial operations. He has served as Iron Mountain’s CFO since June 25, 2016.
Prior to joining Iron Mountain, Brown was CFO at Red Robin Gourmet Burgers Inc. from 2011 – 2016. From 2006 to 2011, Brown was CFO for DCT Industrial Trust Inc., a real estate investment trust (REIT) with $2.6 billion of industrial assets located in the United States and Mexico. Additionally, Brown served as chief accounting officer for Federal Realty Investment Trust from 2003 to 2006. Prior to that time, he held a variety of positions with Royal Ahold, including roles in corporate controlling and investor relations in The Netherlands, as well as corporate accounting and controller roles for Ahold’s U.S. companies, Stop & Shop and Giant Food, Inc. Earlier in his career, he spent five years in public accounting with Deloitte. He has more than 20 years of leadership in corporate finance has extensive experience in public company finance including capital markets, treasury, financial planning and analysis, financial reporting and investor relations, as well as working closely with operations teams to strengthen performance. He holds a master of accountancy and a bachelor of business administration degree both from the University of Georgia and is a certified public accountant.
John "JT" Tomovcsik has been with Iron Mountain since 1986. He is currently an Executive Vice President and the company’s Chief of Operations, as well as the Executive Sponsor of Iron Mountain’s LGBTA Employee Resource Group. In his role, he is responsible for Iron Mountain’s global human resources, risk and safety, continuous improvement, and marketing functions. In this capacity, he leads the strategy, plans and resources necessary to ensure Iron Mountain’s culture, talent, organization and capabilities align with the company’s core values, focused on our customers, and accelerate delivery of our business objectives. Since joining the company, Tomovcsik has held a variety of executive and business leadership roles, most recently as the general manager of Iron Mountain’s North American Records and Information Management Business. He also served as the North American Chief Operating Officer, and was the executive vice president for three Iron Mountain business units. He joined the company in 1999 through the acquisition of Data Base, Inc., a data management company, where he spent thirteen years serving as the Operating/Sales Executive.
As the Executive Vice President and General Manager for Records and Information Management in North America, Deirdre Evens focuses on long-term strategy and planning for the business unit, customer intimacy, and has direct P&L responsibility. Her organization also includes Secure Shredding, Intellectual Property Management, Fulfillment Services and jointly collaborating with Iron Mountain’s Digital Solutions group, extending the company’s core imaging and business process management capabilities to our valued customers. Deirdre joined Iron Mountain in 2015 as Chief People Officer, responsible for global human resources, and served as the company’s Chief Operations Officer.
She came to Iron Mountain in 2015 from environmental, energy, and industrial services company Clean Harbors, where she served as the executive vice president of human resources, overseeing all aspects of human resources and employee development for a global workforce of more than 13,000 employees. Evens joined Clean Harbors in 2007 as the company's executive vice president of sales and marketing.
Deirdre began her career at Polaroid Corporation as product engineer and moved into manufacturing and operations. She later became the general manager of Polaroid's $600 million global imaging division. In this role, she had P&L responsibility and led worldwide marketing, strategy, sales and operations planning, and product development. Her final position at the company was senior vice president of worldwide marketing and strategy.
Deirdre holds a bachelor’s of science degree in mechanical engineering from Cornell University.
Deborah Marson is the Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary of Iron Mountain. In her role she is responsible for the global delivery of legal services, including commercial contracts, mergers & acquisitions, litigation, intellectual property, real estate, securities, privacy & compliance and corporate governance. Deborah joined Iron Mountain in November 2009 as a Vice President of Commercial Contracts for North America.
Prior to her time with Iron Mountain, Marson spent 27 years with The Gillette Company, where she most recently served as Deputy General Counsel. In this role she advised the Gillette worldwide consumer businesses. Her time at Gillette provided her expertise in advertising, environmental and antitrust law. Over the course of her tenure she served as counsel to each of the five Gillette businesses and concluded her time there as the head lawyer for all of the businesses. She also opened the legal offices in Asia and Latin America, which she ran for 5 years.
Deborah’s experience working for multi-national organizations like Iron Mountain and Gillette give her a global point of view and expertise in creating and expanding worldwide practices. Her 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, Marson is able to understand the complex business implications of law and policy.
Deborah serves as the Clerk of the Iron Mountain Charitable Foundation and the Richard Reese Employee Relief Fund, and serves on the Board-appointed Audit Committee. She is an Overseer at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and is a member of the Suffolk University Law School Dean's Advisory Board.
Deborah holds a Bachelor's degree from Colby College and a Juris Doctor from Suffolk University Law School.