Richard T. Anderson is a major investor and consultant for Strawberry Fields, and has served in that capacity since 2016. Mr. Anderson attended the University of Oklahoma on a full basketball scholarship and earned a bachelor's degree in math and physics, with post graduate studies at Oklahoma State University in accounting and business. Mr. Anderson was employed for 13 years with Continental Oil as Senior Systems Computer Analyst.

In 1975 Mr. Anderson partnered with wife Mo Anderson to form a Century 21 Real Estate Brokerage in Edmond, Oklahoma which became Century 21’s third largest producing office in the United States.

In 1990, the Andersons joined Keller Williams Realty, which was a young new franchise servicing residential real estate brokers. The Andersons are principal stock holders in the privately held company. The company is now recognized as one of the largest Real Estate Franchisors in the world and operating in 30 foreign countries with 180,000 agents. Mo Anderson was the first CEO for Keller Williams for 10 years and now serves as Vice President of the Board. Richard Anderson manages family investments and is currently involved in several large real estate developments in Enid and Strawberry Fields.

The Andersons are active supporters of many philanthropic organizations.