Warren J. Moore, was born and raised in Memphis, TN and attended Purdue University on a full athletic scholarship (1996 to 2002) where he received his Doctor of Pharmacy Degree. Upon graduating, Warren went to work for Walmart Stores, Inc. in Indianapolis, IN as a practicing pharmacist. His career progression took him from Staff Pharmacist to Assistant Pharmacy Manager then eventually Pharmacy Manager. After 4 years of practicing as a pharmacist, Warren’s career then ventured into management. He has held various Field and Home Office roles which include:
- District Pharmacy Manager
- H&W Market Manager
- Regional H&W Director
- Divisional H&W Senior Director II
- Sr. Director Operations Coordinator & Support
- Divisional Senior Director II, Clinical Services and Specialty Pharmacy
- Vice President Health and Wellness Central Operations
In his current role as Vice President of Pharmacy Operations, Warren has responsibility for overseeing day to day operations for 690 pharmacies across the US. Over his 18-year career, honors include being selected as Regional/Divisional Community Pharmacist of the Year, Regional/Divisional Pharmacy District Manager of the Year, and the 2016 Health and Wellness Leadership Award Recipient. Recently, Warren was asked by the CEO of Walmart to lead the company’s Health Equity work, focused on creating better health outcomes for the Black and African American Community.
Warren’s Walmart career has afforded him the opportunity to live in Indiana, Louisiana, Arizona and now Arkansas. He currently serves on the Purdue University College of Pharmacy Dean’s Council, and sits on the Board of Directors for Sunshine School and Development center in Rogers, AR. He also serves as an Officer Sponsor for the Walmart Associate Resource Group inAble, which focuses on including people of all abilities.
Warren is married to Aneasha (Walmart Pharmacist) and has 4 daughters Aerial Charece, Aubree LeeAnn, and twins Addison Janae and Arren Jenel. His hobbies included watching sports, hacking up the golf course, binge-watching shows, grilling, and spending time with family. His long-term goal is to retire at 55 years of age because he believes life is full, and there is so much to experience.