Lacey Lett is a multimedia broadcaster with a background in print, radio, television, and advertising.

Lacey graduated with honors from the University of Oklahoma Gaylord School of Journalism and Mass Communications.

Lacey started her career in broadcasting in 2003 working at Clear Channel Radio in Oklahoma City. She also served as co-anchor and multimedia journalist for OklaTravelNet before moving to New York City to work for Vh1 and MTV in 2008. She later worked as an on-air personality for TheSpyfm.com and host of “7 in Seven” for Ackerman McQueen Advertising in Oklahoma City. She’s also taught classes at Oklahoma City Community College and ACM@UCO.

Lacey’s honors include being selected as a Forty under 40 recipient in 2011 as well as a 30/30 NexGen recipient the same year.

In 2013, Lacey was selected by the University of Oklahoma to visit Bangladesh with a group of six Oklahoma colleagues through a media professional exchange program by the U.S. Department of State.

That same year she was inducted into the Oklahoma City Community College Hall of Fame.

In 2015, KFOR received the “Champions for Children” award for Lacey’s work on the adoption series “A Place to Call Home.” She also won an Oklahoma Association of Broadcaster’s award for that same series in 2016.

In 2018 Lacey went to Washington, D.C. to received the “Adoption Excellence” award for her work on “A Place to Call Home.”

She lives in Oklahoma City with her husband Josh and dog Debbie Hairy.


Recent Articles
  • Laid off Halliburton workers find hope at job hiring event in El Reno

    EL RENO, Okla. (KFOR) – Oklahomans worked side by side out on the oil field for Halliburton. They became close. “You’re more working with them than you are at your house with your family,” Dalton Stelzer, a former employee at Halliburton said. But Monday things changed when they found out they were getting laid off. Halliburton cutting more than 800 jobs. “I got a phone call the Friday before that says, ‘show up at the yard at 9 am’ and […]

  • Teen with a passion for geology, hunting and anything outdoors is hoping to be adopted

    Jacob may only be 14, but he’s already thinking about his future career. This curious teen loves the outdoors and just having fun in general. We took Jacob to Main Event to play some laser tag. “I want to be a welder. During high school I’m going to go to trade school or Votech and then I’m going to go to a college,” Jacob said. Jacob hopes to go to Langston or UCO one day. But in the meantime he’s […]

  • Oklahoma students plan to walk out of school demanding better policies on climate change

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – “We will be walking out to protest for climate action,” Jade Tyra, Epic Senior student said. These teens are joining a nationwide movement called U.S. Youth Climate Strike. It’s a movement sparked by Swedish teen Greta Thunberg– and resonating with Oklahoma student Jade Tyra and her peers. “This isn’t something individuals are doing wrong. This is how we have created the system of prioritizing oil and gas over people’s lives,” she said. Students from both Norman […]

  • Joy 4 Kids looking for donors to fulfill wish lists for foster children

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – A sea of toys for more than 1,000 Oklahoma foster children for the holidays. “So this year we are helping over 1,200 foster care children. We are actually exceeding our goal this year. 1,000 are claimed, but there are still children who need Christmas this year,” Abby Werth at Citizens Caring For Children said. Nonprofit citizens caring for children partners with OKDHS every year for their Joy 4 Kids program to fulfill wish lists for children […]

  • Fears rise as other cities compete for horse shows’ long standing in Oklahoma City

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – The National Reining Horse Association is at State Fair Park this week which means more money to Oklahoma City. In fact, horse shows bring in around $170 million dollars to the city through direct spending. But it could be in jeopardy. The National Reining Horse Association Futurity brings in competitors from all over the world. “Every second year we try to come over and this year we have some Aussies with some horses,” Jessica Watson said. […]

  • Get the local deals and keep money in Oklahoma with Small Business Saturday

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Creative candles, wild nail art, and one-of-a-kind vintage scarves are what local businesses are all about. “This is all hand-stitched in Oklahoma City. It’s all made right here,” Logan Filkins, owner of Chapter, said. Logan Filkins and his business partner opened Chapter a month ago on Film Row. Not only is it locally owned, but almost everything inside is made by an Oklahoman. When it comes to Small Business Saturday, Filkins says everything at Chapter will […]

  • Shopping season begins: Breaking down some of the biggest Black Friday deals

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Shopping for Black Friday isn’t what it used to be. In years past, many people would rush into department stores in the middle of the night to get the best deals on Black Friday. Now, shoppers are avoiding the hassle by shopping online. “I’m probably not going to Black Friday shop. I like to stay in my house on Black Friday,” Walmart customer Cheron Henry said. And big box retailers are following suit. “If you don’t […]

  • KFOR features teen for the third time as she still searches for a place to call home

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Anna is going to have her 16th birthday next month. She says she doesn’t want much… except to find a loving family. She’s been in DHS custody a long time, 10 years and is ready to find a family who will open their hearts and home to her. We took this animal lover to Oliver and Friends Animal Sanctuary for a farm like experience. “I heard you really like animals like a lot,” Reporter Lacey Lett […]

  • Family remembers woman killed after argument, hit and run

    GUTHRIE, Okla. (KFOR) – “She would just fish for hours. She’d be standing on that dock and I’d be calling her in for dinner and she would say ‘they’re going to start biting any time,’” Mandy Gorsuch’s Mother Sherri Spencer said. Sherri Spencer remembers her daughter Mandy Gorsuch who was run over by a pickup outside of a Guthrie bar on October 26 and later died at a hospital. Now a month later, the grief is still unfathomable for those […]

  • More than a dozen car burglaries in two hours puts one Village neighborhood on edge

    THE VILLAGE, Okla. (KFOR) – “It was all of the way open like this and the light was on,” Maegan Case said. Case got up around 6 a.m. Friday morning and found her garage door lifted and her freezer door had been left open. Her husband had left just an hour earlier so she called him to see if he had done it. He told her he made sure it was closed. “Honey, can you check your vehicle? You have […]

  • Dog tag of fallen WWII soldier found almost exactly 75 years after he was killed.

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Operation Market Garden was a bold attempt to gain ground on enemy forces during World War II. More than 17,000 allies were either killed, wounded or taken prisoner. Tech Sgt. Orville Bruce Journey was a flight mechanic during that operation in 1944. His plane was shot down. His family sent this telegram in October 1944, saying he was missing in action. Then months later a wire arrived stating their beloved family member was killed. “Those are […]

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