Tom Vosburg is a consultant to public sector and non-profits organizations. His work focuses on corporate governance, business and process analysis, program management, and project delivery. Over the course of his 30-year career in state and local government, Tom has done substantive work in a variety of fields including economic analysis, transportation and land use planning, information technology, and municipal utility operations. He has held a variety of program, department, and executive level management roles, including Assistant City Manager and Chief Information Officer with the City of Fort Collins. In his recent work with the Fort Collins Utilities, Tom managed cybersecurity program compliance for the Fort Collins Light and Power Utility’s Smart Grid Investment Grant, provided support to the FortZED Renewable and Distributed Systems Integration Program project, and implemented the City’s public use electric vehicle charging station program. Tom earned a BA in Economics from the University of Colorado and a MS in Management of Technology from Regis University. He teaches as Affiliate Faculty with the Regis University College of Computer and Information Science, and currently serves as the Vice President for Education for the Denver Chapter of the International Institute of Business Analysts.