WBCM Chair Diane Doering Named to DRI International Board

Congratulations to WBCM Chair Diane Doering who has been named to the DRI International Board of Directors! In addition to leading the DRI Foundation’s Women in Business Continuity Management Committee, Doering is VP, Enterprise Risk Management & Governance, Risk & Compliance for Iron Mountain. 

“Diane’s addition to the DRI International Board of Directors brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in creating resilient organizations,” say DRI Board Chairman Al Berman. “Her leadership as the head of the WBCM Committee has provided a forum, mentorship, and scholarships to help qualified women into the profession. Diane will be a great addition to the DRI International Board.”

Says Doering, “I’m thrilled to be joining the DRI International Board of Directors. I see this as a chance to share the experience I’ve gained with the DRI Foundation’s Women in BCM Committee as well as my entire risk management and continuity career. Through it all, I’ve learned that an organization is only as strong and resilient as its leaders. It’s an honor to join the team at this level.”

Doering leads the global Enterprise Risk Management program at Iron Mountain and is based in Boston, MA. She is actively involved in the implementation and alignment of enterprise risk with other risk mitigation programs. She recently expanded her remit to lead the governance, risk and compliance (GRC) function as part of the information security risk management program.

Her career in leading enterprise risk, operational risk, and business continuity management has spanned nearly 20 years within financial services and commercial industries including: Putnam Investments, Bank of America/Columbia Management and State Street Global Advisors. In 2011, she was recruited to develop and implement the Operational Risk program, including business continuity management, for the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA) in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) where she lived with her family until she returned to the states in 2016.  Doering has been recognized for her track record of delivering results while creating consensus across diverse cultural backgrounds.

Doering currently chairs the DRI Foundation’s Women in Business Continuity Management Committee, a position she’s held for nearly five years. The committee’s objective is to empower and elevate women by creating networking and professional growth opportunities. In March, 2020 she received the DRI Foundation’s Distinguished Service Award in recognition for her extraordinary dedication and commitment to helping others.