Senator Anastasia A. Pittman
Pittman was born on July 19, 1970 in Miami, Florida and has resided in Oklahoma for over 35
years. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Public relations from the University of
Oklahoma, and a master’s degree in Urban Education and Behavioral Science from Langston
University. Pittman is an educator, consultant, public relations specialist, radio broadcaster,
registered tutor with the Oklahoma City Public Schools System, former case manager, and
former mentor for the United States Department of Justice, Western District.
She won her election to the House of Representatives of District 99 in November 2006 and State Senate of District 48 in November 2014. Pittman is the second Seminole citizen to serve in the legislature and currently serves as Chair of the Oklahoma Legislative Black Caucus, Senate Democratic Whip, Co-Chair of the Oklahoma Native American Caucus, National Black Caucus of State Legislators Housing Vice-Chair, National Caucus of Native American Legislators Education Chair and Health Vice-Chair, and National Foundation of Women Legislators State Director.
She is a member of Northeast Church of Christ, Leadership Oklahoma – Class XXII, Bricktown Rotary Club, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Top Ladies of Distinction, Inc., American Council of Young Political Leaders Alumni, Rose State College Foundation Board of Trustees and Board of Governors, Advisory Board Member of the Oklahoma City University Meinders School of Business, Red Earth, Junior League of Oklahoma, the Commission on the Status of Women, NOBEL Women, Women in Legislators’ Lobby, Urban League Young Professionals, and is a life member of the NAACP. Pittman has received numerous honors including 2013 Woman of the Year Nominee, Outstanding Community Service Recognition for Magic Star Foundation from former President Bill Clinton, Asian Legislative Excellence Award, and the Media Advocacy Award from the Oklahoma Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. She also received the State, District and National TRIO Awards, and received the Oklahoma Achiever under 40 Award. Pittman is a Henry Toll Follows Graduate and is the host of the Anastasia Pittman Show, co-host on Caliedascope Radio Network, and featured guest on the Touch 1140AM.
She is married and has one daughter, one foster son, and three step children. Pittman is the great granddaughter of Abner Burnett, Tulsa Race Riot survivor, and granddaughter of the late Jazz Hall of Famer, C.E Pittman.
To contact Senator Anastasia A. Pittman by mail: 2300 N. Lincoln Boulevard, Room 524, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105, by phone: (405) 521-5531, or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.