About the Medway Group

The Medway Group specializes in strategic communications planning/project management, writing/editing, advocacy outreach and media training. Reba Hull Campbell established the Medway Group in 2020 bringing more than 35 years of professional success in politics, government relations, organizational leadership, fundraising and communications to her clients and her teaching. Her superpower is connecting the dots between people and ideas using the right words and an authentic voice.

The Medway Group’s client roster is diverse and includes organizations in state and local government, K-12 and higher education, small business, regional media and statewide associations. Current client projects include video/podcast production, strategic communications and advocacy outreach planning, academic research paper editing, media training, social media strategy, and project management.

Meet Reba Campbell

Before establishing the Medway Group, Reba spent 13 years as the deputy executive director at the Municipal Association of SC that represents all 271 South Carolina cities and towns. Her primary focus was leading advocacy, outreach, communications and research strategies on behalf of the state’s cities and towns. Reba was also a key member of the Association’s senior leadership team.

Reba’s other career experience on the front lines of politics and policy development in Washington, DC and South Carolina includes more than 10 years as a press secretary and lobbyist on Capitol Hill; fundraising and political campaign leadership positions for local, state and federal candidates; director of a statewide education foundation; and lobbyist for the state’s public television network. Reba teaches at the Buckley School of Public Speaking and has been an adjunct instructor at the University of South Carolina and Newberry College.

Reba is a past president of the S.C. chapter of the Public Relations Society of America and served on the PRSA southeast region board along with numerous statewide and Midlands-area boards including the S.C. Economic Developers Association, the University of S.C. Alumni Association and the Junior League of Columbia. She is a graduate of the University of South Carolina’s College of Information and Communications.

A frequent presenter, trainer and writer, Reba has received numerous regional and national awards for her work on communications, leadership and advocacy topics. She has been recognized as a Woman of Influence by the Columbia Regional Business Journal and a Woman of Distinction by the Girl Scouts of S.C. Her writing work appears regularly in business and lifestyle magazines on topics ranging from technology and government practices to the local music scene and college sports.

In her free time, Reba enjoys travel anywhere that has bike paths. She is learning to play the ukulele, guitar and keyboard so she can reach her goal of “quitting life to join the band” one day. Reba’s personal blog, Random Connect Points, features her writings ranging from issue-driven news stories to personal essays.

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