Kyle Pittman is an Associate Forensic Meteorologist with Haag Global. Mr. Pittman is currently working as a Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment, Northern Illinois University. He previously worked as a Support Meteorologist/Data Manager for Targeted Observations by Radars and UAS of Supercells (TORUS) Project, a student volunteer for the NWS, and research assistants for Argonne National Laboratory, Northern Illinois University, and University of Oklahoma. Mr. Pittman served as a Combat Medic/Healthcare Specialist, United States Army Reserve from 2015 to 2021, Sergeant rank.
Mr. Pittman is working on a Ph.D. in Geography/ Atmospheric Sciences, from Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL, and a Master of Science degree in Earth and Atmospheric Sciences (Meteorology/Climatology), from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln; Thesis: An Empirical Examination of the Environmental Factors That Regulated Thunderstorm Longevity on 22 May 2019 in Oklahoma. Mr. Pittman earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Meteorology, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL, Summa Cum Laude. He also holds an Associate of General Science, Waubonsee Community College, Sugar Grove, IL. His memberships include American Geophysical Union, Nebraska Academy of Sciences, National Weather Association, Gamma Theta Upsilon International Honor Society, and American Meteorological Society.