About Tom Holub

I have over two decades of experience managing technology in the public sector. I’ve supported users directly at the desktop, managed Mac and Windows servers for workgroups and large organizations, and designed and managed enterprise-class Unix server networks. I’m now focused on IT management strategy: helping leaders align their technology investments with their organizational needs.

My years of working directly with academic departments and faculty members has given me a strong appreciation for the unique nature of their IT challenges, and a desire to help them further their goals.

I love solving problems, whether I’m working on community, strategic, or technical issues.


About Totally Doable Consulting

I founded Totally Doable Consulting because schools and non-profits have unique requirements which don’t fit well into corporate consulting models. Pragmatic problem-solving requires a strong understanding of an organization’s skills, capabilities, and funding constraints. I create successful plans based on real analysis of local conditions, and provide solutions which are practical for the local environment. I’m interested in helping you develop a Totally Doable strategy.

Totally Doable Consulting is a sole proprietorship, with access to a broad network of professionals who can assist with larger projects.

Please contact me if you’re looking for practical solutions. I look forward to providing them.

Totally Doable Consulting is a registered Alameda County Small, Local and Emerging Business (SLEB #16-00075).

Clients

We have worked with clients large and small, on projects large and small. Some of the organizations we’ve helped out include:

  • Alameda County Training & Education Center
  • Alameda County Sustainability Office
  • The Hog’s Apothecary
  • Kevah
  • One IT initiative, University of California, Berkeley
  • Prescott Circus Theatre
  • The Prison University Project
  • School of Journalism, University of California, Berkeley
  • Talent and Organizational Performance, University of California, Berkeley
  • The University of California Washington (D.C.) Center

Whatever your need, we can find a way to assist you.