University of Oklahoma (Bachelor of Business Administration, 1985. Master of Business Administration, 1988. Juris Doctor, 1988). Beta Gamma Sigma.
Order of the Coif.
Member. 1986-1988 and Editor-in-Chief, Oklahoma Law Review, 1987-1988.
Meacham was subsequently elected to a full four-year term as State Treasurer by defeating the Republican nominee, Howard Barnett, Junior., in the November 2006 general election. He declined to seek reelection in 2010, and joined the Oklahoma City law firm of Crowe & Dunlevy upon completion of his term as State Treasurer. In December, 2012, he was appointed as President and Chief Executive Officer of i2e, an Oklahoma City-based non-profit corporation which provides services to startup companies throughout the state.
Scott Meacham, a fifth generation Oklahoman, was born and grew up in Chickasha, Oklahoma.
Following graduation from high school, he attended the University of Oklahoma, earning a Bachelor of Arts in finance, an Master of Business Administration, and a law degree. Prior to becoming joining the administration of Governor of Oklahoma Brad Henry, Meacham practiced law with the Clinton, Oklahoma-based firm of Meacham and Meacham, specializing in commercial law, probate law, and estate planning.
In 1989, he became Chief Executive Officer of First National Bank and Trust in Elk City, Oklahoma, serving in that capacity until 2003. In 2003, Governor Henry appointed Meacham to serve concurrently as his Oklahoma Secretary of Finance and Revenue and as his Director of the Oklahoma Office of State Finance.
In 2005, following the resignation of Robert Butkin to become the Dean of the University of Tulsa College of Law, Governor Henry appointed Meacham as the State Treasurer of Oklahoma.
In so doing, he resigned as State Finance Director, but retained his post as Secretary of Finance and Revenue. Meacham was elected to his first full four-year term as State Treasurer by defeating the Republican nominee, Howard Barnett, Junior., in the November 2006 general elections. In October 2009, Meacham announced that he would not seek another term as State Treasurer or run for any other State level office in 2010.
Custer County, Oklahoma and American Bar Associations.