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CSS Appoints Callihan as Sr. Business Development Lead


Stephanie Callihan
Stephanie Callihan

Veteran broadcast media executive Stephanie Callihan joins the business development team at The Center for Sales Strategy (CSS) as a Senior Business Development Lead, bringing over 35 years of experience to CSS. Callihan's career has included ABC Disney, iHeartMedia, Entercom and Cox Media Group. Her career began as a sales assistant, working her way up via roles as NSM, GSM, DOS, Market Manager and VP/Market Manager. She previously served as a VP/Market Manager for iHeartMedia, Entercom and CMG.

"Stephanie is an incredibly talented leader, connector, and influencer and brings a wealth of insight, perspective, and strategy to our team. We are excited for her to begin working with prospects to drive awareness to our impressive portfolio of brands," said Head of Sales, North America Elissa Blankenship. "Someone like Stephanie, who understands media at every level in media organizations, will be able to be a trusted resource to our prospects across North America."

"I am thrilled to join CSS and work with the teams at CSS, LeadG2, Up Your Culture, and Robertson Lowstuter," added Callihan. "I had the opportunity to experience first-hand the incredible work of CSS throughout my career, but most recently at CMG Houston. I contribute a great deal of our quick success in Houston to our partnership with the CSS team."

As a former client of CSS, Callihan was the recipient of a Talent Superhero Award in 2022, a recognition to the leadership, work ethic and skill of the leaders and the cultures they create for their teams.

"Stephanie's successful background gives her a unique understanding of how all four divisions can provide solutions to help clients with total revenue performance," said CSS CEO Matt Sunshine.

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