Kimberly Anstett has been appointed Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at Iron Mountain Incorporated, storage and information management services company enabling digital transformation. In this role, she will oversee the company's emerging commercial solutions organization and its innovation teams, driving new digital-first product development for Iron Mountain and its customers.
Anstett brings 25 years of corporate technology experience to her role as CTO. Since joining Iron Mountain in May 2019 as Chief Information Officer (CIO), Anstett has led the company's IT function including overseeing infrastructure, workplace technology and enterprise platforms and applications as well as the Project Management Office, Value Management Office and Business Relationship Management team.
"Kim has already made a significant impact on our organization in a very short time," said William L. Meaney, President and Chief Executive Officer, Iron Mountain. "I'm confident she will help to accelerate the digital offerings we deliver for clients while also driving our own digital transformation. Her leadership will create a stronger connection between several of our technology business streams – product and solutions management, strategic accounts and commercial enablement – to help us continue to be more innovative and agile."
"I'm incredibly grateful to work alongside such a wonderful group of people, and I'm honored to take on this new role," said Kim Anstett. "I look forward to working closely with Bill and the rest of the leadership team to set the course for Iron Mountain's continued digital focus internally and externally, as well as staying close to the IT team who is doing great work introducing modern and efficient solutions that support internal stakeholders and help them deliver for our customers with more speed and agility."
Prior to joining Iron Mountain, Anstett 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 Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform.
Anstett earned notable recognition for her digital leadership. Boston Business Journal, in 2019, selected her among six "Women Who Mean Business." Three years earlier, in 2016, Tech Diversity Magazine awarded her Distinguished Chief Information Officer. That same year, Tampa Bay Business Journal and Tampa Bay Technology Forum named her CIO of the Year for public companies and CIO of the Year, respectively.