Museum of the Bible Leadership

Carlos Campo, PhD, Chief Executive Officer
Chief Executive Officer

Carlos Campo, PhD

Carlos Campo, PhD, serves as the Chief Executive Officer for Museum of the Bible. He oversees the executive team and over 300 museum employees. Dr. Campo provides strategic leadership to the museum, directing all functions related to the museum’s mission to invite all people to engage with the transformative power of the Bible. 

Dr. Campo’s appointment as CEO follows an illustrious career in academic leadership, including his term as the 30th president of Ashland University, the president of Regent University, and chief academic officer at the College of Southern Nevada. 

As vice chair of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference working with national leaders on immigration reform, he is a sought-after speaker and routinely ranked among the nation’s most influential Latino Christian leaders. 

Dr. Campo has deep connection with the museum as a long-time board member and chairman of the educational committee.  

Carlos and Karen, his wife of 44 years, have three children (Brandon, Vanessa, and Brett & Sarah) and three grandchildren (Carter, Jacob, and Parker). 

Dave Suey | Chief Administrative Officer
Chief Administrative Officer

Dave Suey

Dave Suey is the Chief Administrative Officer for Museum of the Bible, where he oversees the HR, IT and Finance Departments. He most recently served as the Director of Pharmacy and Retail Operations for Walgreens.

In his 32-year career at Walgreens, Dave worked his way from Assistant Manager to Director of Pharmacy and Retail Operations. In his most recent position, he was responsible for up to 82 stores in Oklahoma City, western Oklahoma, and Amarillo, TX, and for two years in Wichita, and western Kansas. He managed business performance and talent development, and was responsible for full box ownership of both front-end sales and the pharmacy. Dave helped people develop professionally and managed a pipeline for future leaders. He has a passion for leading, building relationships, business, and achieving results.

Born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri, Dave attended Southwest Missouri State University (now Missouri State University) and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in marketing. He and his wife, Laura, have been married 33 years and have three children: David, Morgan and Luke, and two grandchildren.

Chief Revenue Officer

Garrett Hinton

Garrett Hinton serves as the Chief Revenue Officer at Museum of the Bible. He joined the museum in 2021 and oversees Group, Education, Event and Membership Sales, as well as Retail, Guest Relations, Customer Service, and the Museum of the Bible Travel Brand. Garrett brings a heart for business management, sales, and strategy to the museum with more than 15 years of experience. His diverse background in a wide variety of fields inspires his leadership style and allows him to tackle complex problems with complete and executable clarity. His previous work experience includes machining, manufacturing, and fabrication for theme parks and tourist attractions, as well product creation management and selling in the global tourism field.

Garrett was also the Executive Producer for the most awarded production studio on Florida's Space Coast from 2014 to 2017 and has worked with some of the world's leading church ministries, assisting in their travel to the Holy Land and beyond.

Garrett was born and raised on the intercoastal waterways of Brevard County, Florida. After playing college baseball, he earned his BSM from the University of Phoenix while working full time as the general manager and business development lead for one of the top machining and manufacturing consultants in the Southeast.

Matthias Walther, Chief Marketing Officer, Museum of the Bible
Chief Marketing Officer

Matthias Walther

Matthias Walther leads the Marketing Department at Museum of the Bible. He and his team tell the story of the museum and help people from all backgrounds to relate to the organization and experience the transformative power of the Bible.

Matthias has over 20 years of experience in strategic communication, marketing, brand management, media relations, and business development at global brands in B2C and B2B at travel, technology, and non-profit organizations such as Lufthansa Airlines, Rockwell Collins, Panasonic, and Saddleback Church.

A journalist by trade, he’s passionate about telling stories, specifically narratives that help organizations capture value by building relationships, calling to action, and, at best, changing lives—nothing does that more than the Bible.

Matthias and his wife, Tanja, have been married for over 20 years. He loves being the father of his three children, Ben, Noah, and Liz.

Chief Development Officer

Tracy Thomas

Tracy Thomas serves as the Chief Development Officer at Museum of the Bible. Joining the museum in 2024, she oversees Fundraising, Development, and VIP Relations.

Tracy has over 22 years of experience working in non-profit fundraising, having served for organizations large and small, with local, national, and international reach. She has a passion to revolutionize fundraising for a changing philanthropic environment, watching biblical principals do their best work. Tracy joins the museum with a wide array of experiences working with generous families, foundations, and other donors to build a fundraising program to meet our important mission demand.

Most recently, Tracy served as the Senior Vice President of Advancement at Biblica, where she led the global fundraising and marketing teams and served key initiatives within the illumiNations movement. She previously held positions with the Latin School of Chicago, the Nature Conservancy, and Bright Hope.

Tracy is married to Tojy and they enjoy life with their three teenagers: Soraya, Caleb, and Zachary.

Interim Chief Curatorial Officer

Dr. Robert Duke

Dr. Robert "Bobby" Duke (University of California, Los Angeles) serves as the Interim Chief Curatorial Officer and as the Director of the Scholars Initiative at Museum of the Bible. He is also a professor in the Honors College and former dean of the School of Theology at Azusa Pacific University. He is the author of The Social Location of the Visions of Amram (Peter Lang) and the forthcoming Biblical Hebrew and Aramaic Dictionary (Zondervan). 

Bobby earned both his PhD and MA in Near Eastern Languages and Cultures from UCLA, as well as an MA in Hebrew Bible from Jerusalem University College and a theology degree from Multnomah University. He was also the recipient of a fellowship from the W. F. Albright Institute of Archaeological Research in Jerusalem to work on his dissertation, which focused on Aramaic documents from Qumran. His scholarly writing — especially Dead Sea Scrolls research — is widely respected. Before beginning graduate studies at Hebrew University and UCLA, Duke taught 6th and 7th grade in Southern California. From 2009–2012, he also chaired the Service-Learning and Biblical Studies workshop at the annual Society of Biblical Literature meeting. 

Museum of the Bible Board of Directors