Chaunté moved to Oklahoma City in 1996, and is a graduate of Putnam City High School, OCCC where she received an associate degree in physical therapy, Oklahoma State University where she received a bachelor’s in Athletic Training, and MACU where she earned a MBA-HCA degree. Chaunté is a practicing physical therapist assistant and has been a Covid-19 therapist throughout the pandemic. Physical therapy is her passion, and servant leadership is her God-given purpose. Chaunté is affiliated with many civic organizations that make a difference in Oklahoma, such as Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc, New Leaders Council, Oklahoma City Young Professionals, Junior League of OKC, Greater OKC Urban League Guild, and Leadership OKC. Serving in leadership roles in these organizations has allowed her to help others grow and develop their leadership skills throughout the state in an effort to make progressive change. Chaunté has always cared about the community and leaving a positive legacy for future generations. Inspired by her grandmother who was a church and community leader, as well as a Lawton City Council member, Chaunté will advocate and inspire others at the State Capitol. She is focused in the areas of healthcare, education, infrastructure, and criminal justice reform.