Vice Chair – Tourism – Current

Joint State Tribal Relations Committee – Current

Agriculture  – Current

Appropriations & Budget

  • Health
  • Transportation

Vice Chair – State Wide Redistricting for Oklahoma County – 2020

Co – Chair – Native American Caucus – Current

Co – Chair – Millennial Action Project, Future Caucus

Member – Mental Health Caucus

Member – Oklahoma Legislative Black Caucus

Member – Early Childhood Caucus

Member – Aerospace Caucus

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Oklahoma Turning Point Council – Public Health Innovator Award – 2022

Journal Record – 20 Under 40 Award

Oklahoma City Friday’s – Top 100 Most Powerful Women – 2020

Infant Mortality Alliance Trailblazer Award – 2020

Oklahoma Sovereign Arts Foundation Ambassador of Hope Award  – 2019

Langston University Black Caucus Recognition Award – 2019

Representative Pittman is a dedicated public servant who is actively involved in her community. She has worked tirelessly on a number of important issues, including criminal justice reform, healthcare, agriculture and entertainment. She is a strong advocate for her constituents and is committed to making a positive difference in the lives of those she represents. Her leadership and dedication serve as an inspiration to young people across the state and the nation.

NCSL-CSG – National Taskforce on Workforce Mental Health Policy

EOPA’s – National Climate and Energy Security Taskforce 

NCSL – Health Equity Committee

National surrogate and member of League 46 Coalition of Young Elected Officials for President Joe Biden (2020-current)

NCSL-CSG National Task Force on Workforce Mental Health Policy. (Appointed – 2022-current)

EOPA’s National Climate and Energy Security Taskforce (Appointed – 2022 – current)

National Leadership Council (Member)

NCSL Health Equity Committee (Elected)

National Caucus of Native American State Legislators Secretary and Health co-chair. (Elected)

National Black Caucus of State Legislators Interim Health and Human Services Chair(Appointed -2021)

Region X Chair to include Oklahoma,Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana and New Mexico (2020-2022)

NBCSL Children Youth & family Committee Co-Chair (2020-2022)

SiX’s Reproductive Freedom Leadership Council Member (Member)

Millennial Action Project Criminal Justice Reform Advisory Board Member (Member)

Defense Innovation Council Member in partnership with National Security Innovation Network (Member)

National Chaplain of the National Organization of Black Elected Legislative Women (N.O.B.E.L.) (Appointed 2021-current)

National Federation of Women Legislators (Member)

State Innovation Exchange of Progressive Legislators (Member)

National Council of Negro Women (Member)

2022 NOBEL Women Spark Award

2021 Crystal Gavel President’s Award

2021 Council of State Governments “20 under 40 Award”

2021 International Peace Ambassador Award

2020 Teacher Appreciation Foundation Dignitary of Supreme Excellence Award


As a state-elected official, it is important to serve and represent on a national level. This means collaborating with other officials, advocating for important issues, and bringing attention to the needs of constituents beyond the district. Representative Ajay Pittman’s national service is a prime example of such commitment, with significant contributions to policy-making that have impacted many people across the country. Her commitment to public service is truly inspiring and a testament to representing all levels of government.

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