Former AmEx Exec Pamela Arway Elected to Iron Mountain Board of Directors

  Former AmEx Exec Pamela Arway Elected to Iron Mountain Board of Directors

Business Wire

BOSTON -- May 29, 2014

Pamela Arway, 60, was elected Thursday to the board of directors of Iron
Mountain® Incorporated (NYSE: IRM).

Ms. Arway is the former president of Japan, Asia Pacific at American Express
(NYSE:AXP), a global payments, network and travel company, where she worked
for 21 years before retiring in October of 2008.

“We are honored to add an executive of Pam Arway’s caliber and expertise to
our board.” said Iron Mountain Chairman Alfred J. Verrecchia. “Pam brings a
broad perspective given her international experience in finance, emerging
markets, consumer products and marketing.”

Iron Mountain President and CEO William L. Meaney added, “Pam is a seasoned
executive; her leadership experience in launching, building and enhancing the
profitability of global businesses will be beneficial as we expand our
international footprint. We look forward to having an independent director of
her stature and experience on our board.”

While at American Express, Arway held a number of senior general management
roles, including chief executive officer of Australia, executive vice
president and general manager of corporate travel North America and senior
vice president of global supplier relations. She was the company’s president
of Japan, Asia Pacific until her retirement. During the last six months of her
tenure, she served as a senior advisor to the chairman and CEO of American
Express. Ms. Arway joined American Express in 1987 as director of corporate
services marketing. Prior to joining American Express, Arway was responsible
for various marketing functions at The Bank of Montreal, and she began her
career as a brand assistant with Procter & Gamble.

Currently, Arway serves on the boards of The Hershey Company and DaVita
Healthcare Partners Inc. In addition, she served on a variety of professional
and nonprofit boards, including the Singapore International Chamber of
Commerce, the Canadian Marketing Association and the US Institute of Business
Travel Management. Arway holds a bachelor's degree in languages from Memorial
University of Newfoundland and a Masters of Business Administration degree
from Queen's University, Canada.

“In addition to welcoming Pam, I would like to express my sincere appreciation
to Arthur Little and Laurie Tucker, who did not stand for re-election this
year, for their dedicated service to the Iron Mountain Board,” Verrecchia
said. Little has been an Iron Mountain director since 1995 and was most
recently chair of the Nominating and Governance Committee. Tucker joined the
Board in 2007 and served on the Compensation Committee. “Arthur and Laurie are
long-standing members of the Iron Mountain Board. We have been fortunate to
benefit from their wisdom, experience and counsel, and we wish them all the
best in their future endeavors.”

About Iron Mountain

Iron Mountain Incorporated (NYSE: IRM) is a leading provider of storage and
information management services. The company’s real estate network of over 66
million square feet across more than 1,000 facilities in 36 countries allows
it to serve customers around the world. And its solutions for records
management, data management, document management, and secure shredding help
organizations to lower storage costs, comply with regulations, recover from
disaster, and better use their information . Founded in 1951, Iron Mountain
stores and protects billions of information assets, including business
documents, backup tapes, electronic files and medical data.
Visitwww.ironmountain.com for more information.

Contact:

Investor Relations Contact:
Melissa Marsden, 617-535-8595
Senior Vice President, Investor Relations
Melissa.Marsden@ironmountain.com
or
Media Contact:
Dan O’Neill, 617-535-2966
Director, Corporate Communications
Dan.ONeill@ironmountain.com
 
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