Sean Pittman is one of the most exceptional legal minds working within the environs of the State Capitol and the State of Florida today. Noted as one of the top twenty-five most influential people in Tallahassee, Florida by the Tallahassee Democrat, Sean Pittman is known to be one of the most thoughtful political analysts who possess “a valuable ability to cut through the muddle and articulate what’s really in play.”
Florida Trend Magazine has labeled Sean Pittman the “One to look for” in the new wave of politics in Florida. Sean Pittman has also been featured in the Tallahassee Democrat article, “Capitol Clout”, as a significant political insider alongside former House Speaker John Thrasher and former Republican Party Chair Al Cardenas. In December 2006, he was named to Governor-Elect Charlie Crist’s Transition Team, and in 2007 he was appointed to the Board of Directors for Hancock Bank of Florida.
Sean Pittman received his Bachelor of Science degree from Florida State University in 1990, where he served as Student Body President and two-times Chairman of the Florida Student Association Board of Directors. In 1994, Sean earned his Juris Doctor degree from The Florida State University-College of Law and was appointed by Governor Lawton Chiles to serve on the Florida Board of Regents. His alma mater, then, honored him with the “Sean Pittman Leadership Award” which is given to the outstanding student leader at the President's annual Leadership Awards Night. Sean Pittman was honored with a seat on the Miami Herald Legislative Ranking Committee that annually ranks member performance of the Florida House and Senate, and is generally regarded as an “expert” in the legislative process. Sean Pittman has been heavily involved in state government over the past 15 years.
In addition to his legal and lobbying efforts, Sean serves as a co-host for the exceedingly popular north Florida political talk show, “The Usual Suspects.” The Usual Suspects airs on the CBS Network and is broadcast in 27 counties across North Florida and South Georgia.