Hartman Named President of Callis

Megan Hartman

Megan Hartman has been named President and a partner in Callis & Associates, Inc., a full-service advertising agency in Sedalia, Missouri. Hartman has been with the firm for nearly 10 years, serving in a variety of roles, including Account Executive and Director of Operations.

In making the announcement, Cliff Callis, founder of the agency, says Hartman is well respected by clients, associates and the community and is ready for her new role. “For the past few years, Megan has run the operations for our business and managed client relationships. Quite frankly, she has been integral to the success of the agency. While I’m not going away anytime soon, we now have a transition plan in place to make sure we perpetuate the business.”
Callis will assume the title of CEO and continue his role in client strategy and relations, business development and mentorship.

“I’m honored to have this opportunity and am appreciative to the Callis family for believing in me,” says Hartman. “I’m committed to building on a great foundation with a focus on growth, client service, quality work and relationships. We look forward to serving our current and future clients for many years to come.”

Hartman is a native of Pettis County, Missouri, and a graduate of Northwest High School in Hughesville. She graduated from Missouri State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Administrative Management. While still in college, Hartman joined BluCurrent Credit Union in Springfield as a teller. Over the next six years, she served in a variety of roles and left as Director of Member Services. Hartman joined Callis in 2012 as an Account Manager and has steadily assumed more responsibilities over the past 10 years.

In addition to her role at Callis, Hartman is active in the community. She has set on the board of the Sedalia-Pettis County United Way for several years and served as President of that organization. Hartman has been involved with the Bothwell Foundation Wear Red event since its inception and is also a new member of Women’s Service League.