William Kolb has been a member of the USF adjunct faculty since 1994, teaching in both the BSM and MSIS programs. He works as an independent IT consultant and manages large, company-wide, IT-oriented implementation projects. He also specializes in creating and implementing business continuity and disaster recovery plans for multinational corporations.
Another area of his focus includes engaging with small-to-medium sized companies which have grown primarily through merger and acquisition. His challenge is to evaluate the current IT environment, establish common processes and procedures, architect a single IT vision, then implement that unified solution for the company.
Prior to his consultancy business, for 20 years he managed large technology projects for a variety of programs at Lockheed-Martin, primarily in the space systems division.
- M.S. in Cybernetic Systems, San Jose State University
- B.S. in Business Administration (Accounting), San Jose State University