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 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
  • There’s a rebirth of The Womb building near Automobile Alley with obscure art

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Local artists are creating a new art wonder at The Womb. It’s part of Factory Obscura, a collaborative art experience where the pieces are larger than life. The exhibits used to travel, but now Factory Obscura will have a permanent home inside the old “womb” building. It’s a musical wonderland complete with mix tapes and rock stars. Now, at the first-ever permanent installation of Factory Obscura you can make a mix tape anytime you want 24/7 with […]

  • “Under The Big Top” benefit to bring magical performers to OKC Farmer’s Market

    Calm Waters Executive Director Erin Engleke stopped by Rise and Shine to talk about the sixth annual “Under the Big Top” benefit. She brought magician Jonathan Meyer in with her to show us a few illusions he’ll be bringing to the OKC Farmer’s Market April 5. For more information visit:

  • High school students set to rally at state capitol for gun reform

    OKLAHOMA CITY – “We value the second amendment. It’s very instrumental in our creation, but we want to make sure that guns don’t end up in the hands of bad people,” said 17-year-old student Doran Walters. Around 4,000 people attended March For Our Lives last year. This Saturday, they are protesting at the capitol again and asking residents to join them in their fight. “We feel like we needed to have this march again, even though it’s not happening nationally, […]

  • Edmond teens make it to 2nd round on ‘World of Dance’ reality show

    EDMOND, Okla. – These Edmond dancers compete all over the nation. A wall is a display of their many awards but none bigger than being asked to be on NBC’s ‘World of Dance.’ “Us going on ‘World of Dance,’ it was us trying to prove we’re here. We’re good dancers. We’ve been working really hard,” said dancer Treasure Wensauer. The teens practiced up to nine hours a day for a month to perfect the piece before going on national television. […]

  • Adorable 10-year-old future “bug saver” looking for a permanent home

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Devon is active, expressive and a total ham for the camera. He told News 4 he wants to be a “bug saver” when he grows up. His passion for all animals is why he wants to travel to a jungle one day. “And the one I wish I could keep is piranhas that I could catch,” he said. In the meantime, Devon is staying busy at school. His adoption worker says he’s a strong reader but that’s […]

  • What “Off the Hook” owners are doing with $10,000 after Food Network show win

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Off the Hook Seafood Restaurant in Oklahoma City had a huge night on Monday: they were on the Food Network’s Family Food Showdown and the Harris Family won it all. Both “Off the Hook’ locations are hot right now. Always busy, but even more so after winning a Food Network competition show this week. “I’ve had to shut my phone off. That’s how bad it is. The text messages. The Instagram. The Twitter. The Facebook. The business […]

  • The Village proposes parking ordinance banning RVs, boats, travel trailers in driveways

    THE VILLAGE, Okla. – Robert Mansell bought his house in The Village 27 years ago. Since that time, Mansell’s also bought a Jeep and an RV. Parking those two vehicles is something that would be against a proposed ordinance. “With this proposal, I can’t keep my trailer and my Jeep in my backyard or my motor home,” he said. That’s because a proposed code change would allow no more than one trailer, boat, travel trailer, motor home and commercial vehicle […]

  • Construction begins on tiny homes for homeless youth

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A local organization is hoping to help kids who are homeless for one reason or another. Their motto is “a turning point for youth”and Pivot believes this construction project will do just that. “Our current plans have 85 tiny homes and our, ultimately, we plan to make this a tiny home community for homeless youth in Oklahoma City,” Marcus Ude, principal at Universal Development Enterprises and volunteer for this project, said. It’s designed with youths in mind […]

  • How Oklahoma City Public Schools is keeping teen moms in the classroom

    OKLAHOMA CITY – 18-year-old Darayah Seleres has her hands full. Finishing her last semester at U.S. Grant High School. And pounding the pavement during track practice. One assignment she never imagined was taking care of a her own baby. “I was caught off guard because I was running track and I was basketball manager and I was gaining weight and I was like why am I getting fat? I’ve been skinny my whole life so I’m trying to run it […]

  • 17-year-old losing hope of being adopted before time runs out

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Walking through the halls of the Army National Guard is a dream come true for Haven. “I’m involved with Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps, AKA JROTC,” Haven explained. This 17-year-old says he dreams of joining the military some day. “Being a part of something bigger than myself and to serve my country,” he said. As a group of service members gave Haven a taste of what it’s like to be in the Oklahoma Army National Guard, we […]

  • City Council meets for discussion on designating the “egg church” a landmark, but church doesn’t want it

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma City council’s last agenda item sparked the most conversation: Councilman Ed Shadid pushed to make the “egg church” a designated landmark. “Just for a time out. Ultimately that’s what’s being asked for. Not a process where you can file a permit and 15 minutes later as is the case for the Founder’s Bank on May Avenue just start demolishing without any public process,” Councilman Ed Shadid said. Several residents spoke in favor of making the […]

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