Kitti Asberry is the Executive Director of the Oklahoma Commission on the Status of Women. Since the mid 80’s, she has been advocating for local and state issues impacting the lives of women. In 1986 she graduated from the George Meany School of Political Science and Labor Studies, in Washington, D.C. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Business / Management, and her Master of Business Administration / Human Resources Management from the University of Phoenix. She is the founder and President of Women Involved N Change (WINC) an organization created to engage women in the art of political activism and community service. In 2019, she was named “Public Servant of the Year” by the Women of Color Expo.
Currently she serves on the Executive Board of Sally’s List, a non-partisan organization that recruits and trains women for public office, the Board of Adjustments for the City of OKC, Co-chair of the OKC National Conversation on Board Diversity, an initiative to increase the number of women serving on corporate boards, and the Board of Directors for the National Association for the Commission on Women (NACW.)
She is a member of the American Business Women’s Association (ABWA), the American Cancer Society of OKC, and Leadership OKC, Class XXX. She has over forty years working in organized labor. In 2007, she became the first Black female elected to serve as vice – chair of a major political party. Ms. Asberry works tirelessly for women, minorities, and children through her volunteer work with several non-profit agencies in Oklahoma City