Meagan Farley

Meagan Farley

Director of Business Development

“Tulsa is a wonderful city with many exciting things happening. Working with KKT to partner with some of Tulsa’s visionaries is a dream come true for me.”
Email: meagan.farley@kktarchitects.com

Meagan uses her architectural expertise and enthusiasm to represent KKT to the community.  While serving as a reporter for 15 years she successfully built relationships and trust, especially in the city she now calls home.  She moved to Tulsa in the middle of the downtown renaissance to report for and anchor a local TV station, then created the Tulsa Rising franchise to highlight the energy of Downtown Tulsa’s reemergence.  She has smoothly transitioned to our firm and is excited to invest her journalistic skills for KKT’s clients as she promotes projects and developments across the region.

Meagan is a Board Trustee for the Tulsa Foundation for Architecture, which spotlights current projects as well as Tulsa’s rich architectural history.  She is eager to experience the next exciting changes here as she continues learning about architecture and developments throughout Greater Tulsa.

Get to Know Meagan

Education and Experience

  • Bachelor of Arts in Journalism, Saint Michael’s College, Burlington, Vermont, 2003
  • ABC News Desk Assistant, New York City, New York, 2004-2005
  • Producer and Main Anchor, KSNT, Topeka, Kansas, 2005-2009
  • Anchor, WSLS, Roanoke, Virginia, 2009-2011
  • Anchor, WXXA, Fox23 News, Albany, New York 2012-2014
  • Anchor and Reporter, News On 6, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 2014-2019
  • Creator and Producer, Tulsa Rising franchise, News On 6, 2014-2019

What attracted you to working with an architectural firm, and when did you know you wanted to make that your career?

I have always been attracted to the unique architecture throughout Tulsa.  As a Board Trustee for the Tulsa Foundation for Architecture I have grown in my understanding and appreciation of the beauty Tulsa offers.

What is your favorite type of project and why?

My favorite projects are historic renovations.  It is fascinating to watch passionate developers bringing old buildings back to life. It also helps me appreciate how well those buildings were constructed almost 100 years ago.

What skills did experience teach you that formal education did not?

Communication. 15 years in local news taught me how to relate with people and make them feel comfortable.  Face-to-face communication is important for building relationships.

Why KKT? What sets KKT apart from its competitors?

As a reporter with a “beat” focused on development and architecture, I’d heard about KKT’s stellar reputation from Day 1.  KKT has always been helpful and willing to answer my questions, and their quality of work always impressed me, whether it be a new school, hospital, or renovation.

What brought you to Tulsa (or Oklahoma)?

I lived in Tulsa as a toddler for 18 months after my father was transferred from New Jersey, and after we moved away he continued to talk about how special the City of Tulsa is.  In February of 2014 I moved to Tulsa as Weekend Anchor / Reporter for NewsOn6.  I find it wonderful that I am back in Tulsa again and loving it just as much as Dad did!

What is your favorite thing about Tulsa (or Oklahoma)?

I love watching Tulsa as it continues its renaissance. I love being part of it.  We have such passionate people living and developing and investing here! I always tell people that Tulsa is the perfect mix of everything–a hidden gem.

Explain one thing/situation you’ve experienced that you doubt anyone reading this has also experienced.

I went on the maiden voyage of the Backstreet Boys Cruise.  At 30 years old.