My name is Angel Pittman, and I have served vulnerable populations for over eighteen yearsas field personnel with the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship.
Born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri, I received my Bachelor of Science in Education from Baylor University and enjoyed my years of classroom teaching. For the last twenty years, I have served vulnerable children in central Texas, Detroit, and Miami now serving as an Educational Advocate.
I have a twice-exceptional child and have supported parents in their special education journey for many years. I have Board Certification for Advocacy in Special Education (BCASE) from The National Association of Special Education Teachers (NASET) and the American Academy of Special Education Professionals (AASEP).
On the weekends, you can find me hanging out with my amazing husband of twenty-five years, tangled in yarn crafting and creating, or drinking coffee while reading a good book.
I enjoy sharing about my passion for Biblical justice, serving vulnerable children, my work as an anti-racism educator, or how to engage in culturally sensitive ministry practices.
If you are interested in having me as a speaker, workshop leader, or trainer, please contact me.
White Privilege Presentation presented at multiple locations
Southern Poverty Law Center Blog,
Chapter 12: "The Crazy Beautiful: Raising Our Family in the Inner City"
CBF at 25: Stories of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship
"The Legacy of Service in Miami"
Baptist News Global: "Can I Give You a Ride? and
CBF Blog Posts:
Baptist Women in Ministry: "A Day In the Life"
As a non-profit leader, I was privileged to work alongside my husband for fifteen years with an amazing, dedicated team at Touching Miami with Love. The impactful work of the organization has been recognized as highlighted in the articles below.
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