Upon learning of her breast cancer diagnosis, LeAnne sought the prayer of others. “Next thing you know, I had a peace. The peace that passes all understanding, that says ‘my mind is worried I might die.’ But, God says ‘I’ve got this.'”
Tulsa native and co-anchor of News On 6’s “Six In The Morning,” LeAnne Taylor, 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. She is past president of the Tulsa Affiliate and current board member and participates in the Race for the Cure each fall. LeAnne was also the recipient of the “You Make A Difference” Award for making her private battle with breast cancer public. Most recently, she was given 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. In June of 2014, LeAnne was named one of the Williams Women of Inspiration. She was also named Honorary Camp Doctor at Camp Bandage, a safety camp for kids. LeAnne’s community work includes the American Cancer Society, Joy in the Cause, Tulsa County 4-H and Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Children. She often serves as emcee for a variety of community events. She and her husband, love sharing time with their children, Rachel and Nick.
LeAnne was able to stop by the Rejoice Podcast studio to share about her story of how God is using her story of battling breast cancer to impact others.