Meredith Stancik began her career with KBTX in late 2005 as a reporter. She shares responsibilities as a primary anchor for News 3's 6 and 10PM newscasts with veteran journalist John Gilbert.
After joining KBTX, quickly moved through the ranks and has since anchored every newscast at the station.
Meredith was honored in 2011 with a prestigious Lone Star Emmy award for a moving series about organ donation, "To Avery with Love."
She has also received high accolades by her peers from the Texas Associated Press Broadcasters. The association honored her with a coveted Best Anchor Award in both 2009-10 and 2010-11, receiving 1st and 2nd Place, respectively.
Meredith is a graduate of Baylor University.
She spent her last semester of college living in New York City. She interned for ABC's Good Morning America and 20/20, where she was able to work with Diane Sawyer, Charles Gibson and Lara Spencer. While living in the 'Big Apple,' Meredith discovered her true calling: broadcast journalism.
After graduating college, Meredith worked as a production assistant at KXAS in Dallas. She then spent a year in Abilene as a reporter for KRBC-TV and then as the weekend anchor for KTAB-TV.
Meredith is married to News 3's Shane McAuliffe. In her free time, she enjoys the company of family and friends, working out, and volunteering. Meredith is a member of the Junior League of Bryan-College Station, a host for the MDA Telethon and volunteers for numerous other organizations.
Meredith grew up in La Grange, Texas and is proud to call Bryan/College Station her home.