House District 99 is home to newly elected State Representative Ajay Pittman. She is a sixth generation Oklahoman, who is a young political leader and community activist. She is the first millennial to hold this seat, and currently is the second youngest member serving in the Oklahoma 57th Legislature. Pittman is also the first second-generation member to serve in House District 99 after her mother Senator Anastasia Pittman held the office for eight years.
She is a proud citizen of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma, being the third Seminole to serve in the Oklahoma State Legislature. Pitman was appointed to serve on the Agriculture & Rural Development, Public Health, Human Services, and Transportation committees. She is a member of N.O.B.E.L. Women, the National Black Caucus of State Legislators, National Caucus of Native American State Legislators, National Federation of Women Legislators, and the State Innovation Exchange of Progressive Legislators.
Pittman is a young woman of color, who brings a bold voice and new perspective to the Oklahoma House of Representatives. Her career experience includes: Corrections at the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Department and Health & Wellness Coordinator for OU Physicians in Corporate Health. Pittman attended the University of Oklahoma as a Scholar in the President’s Leadership Class, and Langston University. She is a graduate of the Oklahoma Policy Institute, and alumni of the Leadership Exchange Academy of Oklahoma. Pittman is the great great-granddaughter of Tulsa Race Riot Survivor Abner Burnett, and the great granddaughter of Jazz Hall of Fame Musician C.E. Pittman.
Pittman can be reached at the Oklahoma House of Representatives, 2300 N. Lincoln Blvd. Room 539, by phone: (405) 557-5793, or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Pittman is the founder of the Global Millennial Project, and has been a voice for childhood obesity with the Oklahoma Child Advocacy Institute Fit Kids Coalition, YWCA “Empower Me” Community Youth Forum, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, criminal justice, and the OKC NAACP Youth Council. She advocates for access to healthy foods, housing, and entrepreneurship opportunities. Pittman is a shining example to emerging young leaders, inspiring them to also become servant leaders.
She believes that “Service is the price that you pay for the space you occupy.” This quote embodies the belief that she and her family share as she continues the history of service established in House District 99 and Oklahoma. House District 99 is one of Oklahoma's few and proud minority majority districts in the state, and includes much of eastern Oklahoma City, stretching from Bricktown in the downtown area, and extends to the Northwest side of Oklahoma City.