Anastasia Pittman has been a classroom educator for over 10 years. She has supported public education, became a substitute teacher for Mid-Del Public Schools and worked with Dr. Clara Luper on the Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration Committee at Rose State.

She currently teaches Representative Democracy and was a successful teacher, coach and mentor at Oklahoma Christian Academy, Learner's Academy, and returned to the Oklahoma City Public Schools district to serve as the PTA President of KIPP Reach College Preparatory School.

In 1999, Anastasia Pittman was hired as a media intern with the Oklahoma State Senate. She worked in various positions for seven years and learned the legislative process.

Pittman has a Master’s degree in Urban Education and is a Radio Talk Show Host. In 2006, she was elected to the House of Representatives, and in 2014, elected to the State Senate. One of my life goals was to become a policy maker to demonstrate my dedication to public service, our community, and state.

She is married and has one daughter, one foster son, and three step children.

Anastasia Pittman is a proud 5th Generation Oklahoman with a unique perspective and clear vision on how to “Build a Foundation for the Future.” Her family were leaders as entrepreneurs, educators, and musicians.

She is the second elected citizen of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma. Her native grandmother instilled in her a life motto: “Christ, Culture, Community and Character.”

Pittman grew up in Spencer before moving to Oklahoma City and worked as a legislator for the past 12 years. She is no stranger to hard work and understand the needs of our community and state.

She is the great granddaughter of the late Abner Burnett, a Tulsa Race Riot Survivor and grocery store owner, and the granddaughter of C.E. Pittman, the late Jazz Hall of Famer and Music Teacher. Her father is a retired Iron Worker and mother is a retired Paramedic with national recognition.

Pittman is the great granddaughter of Abner Burnett, a 1921 Tulsa Race Riot survivor, and granddaughter of the late Jazz Hall of Famer, C.E Pittman, the late Juanita B. Pittman, and the late Mary Lee Thurman Taylor (Cherokee).