Sean Pittman Senior Attorney & Chief Executive Officer

Sean Pittman is the Senior Partner and Chief Executive Officer of Pittman Law Group, P.L., which specializes in the areas of government, administrative, and corporate law. Sean represents a diverse client list of private citizens, local governments, small businesses, and Fortune 500 companies. Sean serves as trusted legal counsel to cities, counties, hospitals, banking institutions, aviation and port authorities, universities, industries, corporations, and various professional associations.

As a local government lawyer, Sean represents Florida counties and municipalities before the Florida Cabinet, Florida Legislature, and other tribunals. As an administrative lawyer, Sean has a strong understanding of the Florida Administrative Procedures Act, advising clients on matters before the Department of Administrative Hearings and various State of Florida boards and agencies.

Sean received his Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science in 1990 and earned his Juris Doctor degree in 1994 from the Florida State University College of Law. While at FSU, Sean’s leadership qualities led him to become the Student Body President and two-time Chairman of the Florida Student Association Board of Directors.

Sean is the immediate past President of the Orange Bowl Committee, the Founder and Chairman of the Big Bend Minority Chamber of Commerce, the former Finance Chair for Andrew Gillum’s 2018 gubernatorial campaign, and serves on the Board of Directors for Hancock Whitney Bank. In 2019, Sean was inducted into the Palm Beach County Sports Hall of Fame. In 2018, Sean was selected to serve on the Florida State University Foundation’s Board of Trustees and the Jim Moran Institute Advisory Board. In 2017, Sean was inducted into the Tallahassee Barristers Legal Hall of Fame.

For his philanthropic endeavors, Sean was presented the 2016 Heman Sweatt Award by the National Bar Association, the Tallahassee Servant Leadership Award by the Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce, the 2015 Distinguished Member Award by Leadership Florida, and the Founders Award in 2014 from the Big Bend Minority Chamber of Commerce. Sean is the former Chairman of Children’s Home Society and has served on the boards of the Apalachee Center, Leon County Civic Center Authority, United Way of the Big Bend, and Children’s Campaign. In 2010, Sean contributed $100,000 to the Florida State University College of Law to fund the Sean Pittman Scholarship for minority students. In 2020, Sean was selected to serve on the Big Ten Athletic Conference Anti-Hate and Anti-Racism Coalition to help address racial bias and support student-athletes in the fight against racism and hate.

The Tallahassee Democrat named Sean one of the “Top Twenty-Five Most Influential People in Tallahassee” and featured him in the article, “Capitol Clout” for being a significant political insider within the constantly changing environs of Florida’s State Capitol. Sean is ranked one of the “Top 100 Most Influential People in Florida Politics” by Influence magazine. Florida Trend magazine says Sean is “one to look for” in the new wave of politics in Florida and lists him as a “Must Know Contact” in Tallahassee.

Sean is a co-host of the popular television talk show “The Usual Suspects,” airing on one of the highest watched CBS affiliates in the country. On the show, he analyzes and provides commentary on the latest happenings in state and national politics. Sean also hosts his own radio show and podcast series, “The Sean Pittman Show,” which is widely acclaimed for its meritorious guests and significant insights into politics, business, sports, and more. In recent years, Sean has also made appearances on MSNBC and Fox News, while also being published in the Tallahassee Democrat, the Palm Beach Post, and more. 

Sean and his wife, Dr. Audra Pittman, reside in Tallahassee, Florida where they are raising their three wonderful daughters Paloma, Pilar, and Phoebe.