Bob Campbell is a business leader, management consultant, corporate board member, non profit board member, advisor to private equity groups, and an active angel investor.He is founder and CEO of Campbell Global Service LLC.
In the non profit arena he served as Chairman of the Board Executive Committee of the global EastWest Institute, Chaired the Board of the Lyndon Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas , and serves on the non profit boards of the George HW Bush Center for US/ China Relations,Texas 2036, the Homefront Fund, the Center for the Study of Race and Democracy, and the Austin Foreign Affairs Council.
In the corporate sector, Bob serves on the Boards of Access Health Care,The Global Leaders Organization, MIDAS Health Solutions, Robbins Gioia, Pandemic Insights, and the Tractus Corporation. He is also on several corporate Advisory Boards and serves as an advisor to the CEOs of a number of companies.
Campbell previously spent 39 years with Deloitte & Touche where he was a partner 32 years, leader of the firm’s Public Sector practice for many years, co founder of the firm’s Federal consulting practice, co founder of the firm’s Center for Health Innovation and the firm’s Center for Cyber Solutions and also served as a Vice Chairman of the firm. Over his career he led a number of the larger and more impactful government transformations in the U.S. He was awarded the Deloitte Consulting Curtis Award for Partnership and was named a Senior Consulting Partner.
Campbell served on the Bipartisan U.S. Federal Debt Task Force of the Bipartisan Policy Center. He is also a frequent author and writer on public policy and management issues.
Campbell has a BA from Austin College where he was an Honor’s graduate , Student Body President,and is in the Athletic Hall of Honor . He also has an MPA from the LBJ School of Public Affairs where he was the 2013 Distinguished Public Service Award honoree.
He and his wife Laura have been married for 50 years and have four grown children and six grandchildren.