Michele Pittman

Patient Advocate

Born and raised in Connecticut, I relocated to Arizona to attend school. I earned my interpreter’s certificate in American Sign Language Interpretation and my Associates in Interdisciplinary Studies from Phoenix College and continued my education at Arizona State University where I earned my Bachelor’s Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies.

I am a Mom, Sister, and an Aunt in a family of all girls. My daughter lives in Glendale, my sister in Ohio and my nieces are both in college. I have a love for animals especially dogs and have a Dane named Buster.

When I am not working, I can be found working in my yard, doing home improvement projects, spending time with my friends. I enjoy running, attending concerts, going to comedy shows and reading a good book.

Special Interests:
I volunteer as a CASA for the State of Arizona and am also a non-medical home companion for seniors.

“We all need someone to stand up for something that is unfair and misunderstood. In turn, being the ‘voice’ while making a difference.”

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