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Philip S. Tuttle

President & CEO, Walk Thru the Bible

For more than two decades, Phil Tuttle has been a vital member of the Walk Thru the Bible family. While pastoring in central Illinois, he began teaching Walk Thru the Bible's live events in 1988 and then moved to Atlanta in 1992 to serve full time as Dean of Faculty. He later served as Senior Vice President for International Ministries and Global Teaching Pastor before becoming President and CEO in 2007.

A native of Normal, Illinois, Phil received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Christian Education and Bible from Wheaton College in 1980 and his Master of Theology degree in Christian Education from Dallas Theological Seminary in 1984.

As President of Walk Thru the Bible, Phil continues to share God's Word throughout the world in churches, Bible conferences, Christian education conventions, and corporate gatherings. He is the author of Raise Up a Child, Crucible: The Choices that Change Your Life ForeverDetour: Finding Purpose When Life Doesn't Make Sense, Chosen: When God Calls Your Name, and Revolution: How Millennials Can Change the World.

Phil is also deeply involved in his home church, The Bridge, in Lawrenceville, GA where he occasionally teaches and preaches. His unique blend of biblical instruction, real-life illustrations, and spontaneous humor makes learning easy and enjoyable.

Phil and his wife, Ellen, have two adult children, Emily and Philip, and a daughter-in-law, Erika.

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Genny Baxley

Vice President for North American Ministries

Genny Baxley studied music and voice at the University of West Georgia and through serving in that field ended up at Walk Thru the Bible, which turned out to be her true calling.

She has served at Walk Thru the Bible since 1993 in a variety of positions, including Director of Human Resources and Vice President of Administration. In 2015, she became Vice President for North American Ministries, where she oversees live events, products, and publishing—a wide range of resources that not only touch North America but are reproduced all over the world. Most days she still can't believe she gets to be even a small part of what God is doing in the lives of people in all parts of the world through the ministry of Walk Thru the Bible.

She is a Stephen Minister and a certified lay speaker with the United Methodist Church. She also serves on the Board of Directors of She Is Safe, an organization that works to prevent, rescue, and restore women and girls from abuse and exploitation in high-risk places around the world. She and her husband, Allen, live in Cumming, Georgia.

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Allen Baxley

Chief Financial Officer

Allen is a graduate of North Carolina State University. He also holds master's degrees in Electrical Engineering and in Operations Research, both from Georgia Tech.

For Allen, the bridge from Operations Research to Finance was a short one, and he brings unique gifts combining his skills in operational efficiency with financial operations. Allen brings eight years of non-profit business administration to his current role, and is a true partner to the Executive Team at Walk Thru the Bible.

Allen and his wife, Genny, live in Cumming, Georgia.

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Michael Gunnin

Vice President for Advancement

 

For the past 10 years Michael has been working with donors and ministries to create partnerships that fund important Kingdom advancing causes globally. He joined Walk Thru the Bible in 2014 to lead the advancement team.

Michael is a native of Atlanta. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies from Point University in 1999 and Master of Divinity from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in 2002.

Prior to Walk Thru the Bible, Michael has served in advancement positions both in higher education and global Christian ministries. He has also served as a pastor and an adjunct college instructor.

Michael and his wife, Molly, live in Hampton, GA with their three boys, Bradley, Grayson and Dylan.

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