Our Director of Operations, Megan Hartman, recently completed a two-year term serving as President of the United Way of Pettis County. With the support of community volunteers and donors, the United Way of Pettis County works to connect individuals to resources, specifically in areas of childhood development, hunger, income stability, mental illness and substance abuse disorder initiatives.
“We’ve had so many great people from our community involved in United Way initiatives, it has really been a blessing and a great experience to be involved. I’m glad I still get to be a part of it going forward serving as past President,” said Megan in regards to her service. “Sedalia and Pettis County really is a great community of very caring people that really come together to make great things happen.”
During her leadership, Megan led the organization’s board of directors through a strategic planning process. The board utilized surveys to get feedback from organization partners and community members to identify issues facing the Pettis County and Sedalia areas. This helped the group determine what the main focus of the organization should be going forward.
Throughout her term as President of the organization, the Callis team was recognized with several awards including Gold Star Awards for 100% campaign donation participation, Gold Star Awards for exceeding the $1,000 team contribution threshold as well as an award for marketing participation. Megan also received a gold-plated plaque as recognition for her service as President.
We want to salute Megan for her service to our community, donating her time and energy to make a significant impact in Sedalia and Pettis County. Megan continues to serve on the United Way of Pettis County board as past President. We admire her dedication and commitment to our community. Keep up the good work!