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LeAnne Taylor

LeAnne Taylor

As a member of the News On 6 team and co-host of Six in the Morning, LeAnne’s alarm goes off every weekday morning at 2:40 a.m. A Tulsa native and graduate of Oral Roberts University with a degree in Telecommunications, she has been on-air in Tulsa since 1984.

LeAnne is passionate about fighting breast cancer. As a survivor, she is involved with Susan G. Komen for the Cure, a past president of the Tulsa Affiliate, a current board member and participates in the annual Race for the Cure. LeAnne received the “You Make A Difference” award for making her private battle with breast cancer public, and the “Promise of One” award for her continued efforts with Komen. She is past president of the Tulsa Chapter of the Association of Women in Communications and a graduate of Leadership Tulsa. LeAnne was named one of the Williams Women of Inspiration in June, 2014, and named Honorary Camp Doctor at Camp Bandage, a safety camp for kids. Her community work includes American Cancer Society, Joy in the Cause, Tulsa County 4-H and Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Children. She often emcees for various community events.

LeAnne is crazy for Shutterfly and loves to play Hand and Foot. She and husband Andy are members of Asbury United Methodist Church and active in the Wesley Community. They love sharing time with their children, Rachel and Nick.






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