Bob Campbell

Founder/CEO, Campbell Global Services, LLC

Robert N. (Bob) Campbell III is a visionary senior business leader with a track record of building successful businesses while advising corporate and government leaders on management and policy issues. He is a management consultant, corporate board member, non-profit board member, private equity advisor and active angel investor.
He is the founder and CEO of Campbell Global Services, LLC. through which he advises business leaders on strategy, management and branding.

Mr. Campbell was previously a partner in Deloitte Consulting for 39 years, where he served as a vice chairman and U.S. public sector leader of Deloitte, LLP, serving state, local, education, public health and non-profit clients. He played a leadership role in founding the Deloitte Federal Consulting Practice, the Deloitte Center for Health Solutions and the Deloitte Center for Network Innovation. He received the Deloitte Curtis award for partnership values and was appointed a senior partner in 2000.

Mr. Campbell has written and spoken extensively on public policy and management issues. He was a member of the U.S. bipartisan policy committee federal debt task force. In addition, he was appointed a Kentucky colonel.

He is on corporate boards including the Global Leaders Organization; Access Health Care; Robbins Gioia, LLC; Midas Health Solutions; Tractus and Pandemic Insights. He is on the advisory committees of Acorn Growth Companies and TalentGuard. He also advises companies including Ayata, Detroit Aircraft Corporation, Motivo IQ, Bridge, Smarter Sorting, Energy Partners Viet Nam, Medical Innovation Labs, Data World, Tree3, OHD and Lockr.

Mr. Campbell is the former Board chair and Board member of the The University of Texas (UT) at Austin LBJ School of Public Affairs, former Board Executive Committee chair of the EastWest Institute, member of the UT Chancellor’s Executive Committee and Board member of Texas 2036, the Center for the Study of Race and Democracy, the Homefront Fund and the Austin Council on Foreign Affairs. He is also a member of the Aspen Group and the Austin 100.

Mr. Campbell is an honors graduate of Austin College, where he was student body president and member of the athletic hall of honor. He has a master’s degree from UT Austin’s LBJ School of Public Affairs, where he received the 2013 Distinguished Public Service Award.

He and his wife Laura have been married 50 years and have 4 grown children and 6 grandchildren.