Anastasia Pittman for County Commissioner
Anastasia Pittman for County Commissioner

My Roots Run Deep in Oklahoma County

A 5th generation Oklahoman with a unique perspective and clear vision on how to move Oklahoma County forward

Senator Anastasia Pittman has lived in Oklahoma County for almost 50 years. While raised in Spencer, she attended Oklahoma City public schools from grade school through law school. Although Senator Pittman is an educator, community advocate and former legislator, she has a passion for people and public service.

 

In 2018, Senator Pittman was elected as the democratic nominee for Lt. Governor, which covers 77 counties statewide. Previously, she represented Senate District 48 and House District 99 for a total of 12 years as a policy maker, and was a classroom teacher for 10 years.

 

Senator Pittman believes the role of government is to ensure that all people have the opportunity and ability to build a foundation for a better life. As a former elected official, she is dedicated to providing quality and accessible services and programs that will enhance the lives of the people of District 1 and will fight for the reforms that will benefit all Oklahoma County residents.

 

Prior to being elected to the Oklahoma State Legislature in 2006, Senator Pittman was a licensed case manager on the frontline to help deliver mental health services to Adults, adolescents, youth and family with prevention and intervention strategies. She served as a mentor for the United States Department of Justice, Western District and is still committed to teach, coach and mentor students.

 

Senator Pittman earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Oklahoma, a master’s degree in Urban Education and Behavioral Science from Langston University, and a Masters degree in Indigenous People’s Law from the University of Oklahoma College of Law. She also studies International Educational Systems and is an International Peace Ambassador with honors from Africa, Turkey and Malaysia.

Senator Anastasia Pittman has lived in Oklahoma County for almost 50 years. While raised in Spencer, she attended Oklahoma City public schools from grade school through law school. Although Senator Pittman is an educator, community advocate and former legislator, she has a passion for people and public service.

 

In 2018, Senator Pittman was elected as the democratic nominee for Lt. Governor, which covers 77 counties statewide. Previously, she represented Senate District 48 and House District 99 for a total of 12 years as a policy maker, and was a classroom teacher for 10 years.

 

Senator Pittman believes the role of government is to ensure that all people have the opportunity and ability to build a foundation for a better life. As a former elected official, she is dedicated to providing quality and accessible services and programs that will enhance the lives of the people of District 1 and will fight for the reforms that will benefit all Oklahoma County residents.

 

Prior to being elected to the Oklahoma State Legislature in 2006, Senator Pittman was a licensed case manager on the frontline to help deliver mental health services to Adults, adolescents, youth and family with prevention and intervention strategies. She served as a mentor for the United States Department of Justice, Western District and is still committed to teach, coach and mentor students.

 

Senator Pittman earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Oklahoma, a master’s degree in Urban Education and Behavioral Science from Langston University, and a Masters degree in Indigenous People’s Law from the University of Oklahoma College of Law. She also studies International Educational Systems and is an International Peace Ambassador with honors from Africa, Turkey and Malaysia.

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