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Questions & Answers

What are the big issues that SRS solves for clients?

SRS is truly different in that we diagnose a document management challenge and have the confidence to propose the best solution – even if it isn’t what a client necessarily asked for. Instead of quoting clients on the jobs as requested, we take the time to ask questions and really study the problem looking for a long-term, sustainable solution. We have confidence that this approach will create a total change in process and ensure they won’t be in the same boat again a few years down the road.

Who were your heroes growing up and how did they influence your life and career?

I have been surrounded by strong women my whole life. If I had to narrow it down, however, I would say my mom. My mom became an entrepreneur when she was very young when she bought Walden’s Flower Shop. She ran that business for nearly 30 years while raising four children. She was the most highly creative, driven and industrious person I’ve ever known.  Despite a cancer diagnosis, she didn’t slow down. She closed for six months to focus on getting better and also used that as a chance to renovate and refresh the business. Her flower shop was a big part of her mission in ensuring that people of all income levels could have flowers for weddings, funerals, and other events. She also ran an angel fund through the flower shop that she could use at her discretion. It was important for my mom to balance being a mother and a business person, and that is something I’ve tried to emulate.

What is the toughest business decision you’ve faced?

My background is in non-profits, and both of the nonprofits where I worked experienced a certain amount of financial distress and disorganization. I was a very young Executive Director, and my board was in their 50s. I had to learn very early on in my professional career to assess the issues and make recommendations with confidence, knowing there was a big risk if it didn’t go well. An example of that is with the health policy organization I worked for in Birmingham. At the same time there was another research organization run out of Duke University. Both organizations had the same beliefs, recommendations, and goals. Given this, I recommended a strategic partnership with Duke, and the result was increased funding and credibility.

Where are you likely to be found when not working?

With my little ones, probably by the pool or hopefully at the beach. I love the summer heat, so I’d say I picked the right place to live!

Rainey Campbell

Chief of Staff

This is Rainey Campbell. In her role as Chief of Staff, Rainey serves as the right hand of Christopher, our Chief Problem Solver. Among other things, she oversees marketing and large, organizational projects related to human resources and overall operations of SRS. Rainey began her professional career in the non-profit sector. She served as Executive Director for both the Rome Area Council for the Arts and the Southern AIDS Coalition. Rainey attended the University of Georgia for undergraduate studies and received her Master of Public Health (MPH) and Master of Business Administration from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Rainey and her husband, Henry, reside in Thomasville with their three children and goldendoodle. They are members of First Presbyterian Church. Rainey is also actively involved in the Thomasville Chamber’s Workforce Committee, with a particular focus on children’s literacy.

University of Georgia
  • BBA, Management
University of Alabama at Birmingham
  • Master of Public Health (MPH), Health Care Organization & Policy
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Extracurricular activities
Thomasville-Thomas County Chamber of Commerce

Member of Workforce Committee

Thomasville High School CTAE Program

Advisory Board Member 

Literacy for Thomas County

Board of Directors

South Georgia Ballet

Parent Volunteer

First Presbyterian Church


UGA Alumni Association



Board of Directors (Past)

Junior Service League of Rome

Board of Directors (Past)

Downtown Development Authority of Rome

Promotions Committee Member (Past)