Deborah Warren is a graduate of Temple University with a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration focusing on Strategic Management and Human Resources Administration. She obtained her Senior Professional in Human Resources Certification (SPHR) from the Human Resources Certification Institute. She obtained her CVR (Certified Veteran Recruiter) training and certification by The Buller Group, LLC. She also received a Paralegal Certificate from Delaware Technical and Community College. She recently obtained her (CDP) Certified Diversity Professional designation via the National Diversity Council at Rutgers University. She is currently a graduate student at Wilmington University working on completing her MBA with a focus on Organizational Leadership and Human Resources Management.
Deborah is an accomplished, results-driven business leader with proven experience in developing and supporting high performance teams. As a Field Human Resources Leader and business partner for multiple districts in the Northeastern Regions of the United States. Deborah understands and anticipates the HR needs of her team. In partnership with other business leaders, she drives alignment between the business and HR through the development and execution of various human resources strategies; builds organizational capacity and effectiveness through the delivery of various organizational development interventions; and ensures the effective delivery of quality HR services. Prior to joining the GME(GameStop) family Deborah as a Human Resources Manager for Exel, Inc. for over 6 years. Prior to that experience she was able to gain valuable skills in multiple areas of Operations and HR while working for major energy companies such as BP/Amoco Oil, Exxon/Mobil Oil, and Sunoco, Inc.
Deborah is a firm believer in serving. She is a military veteran and continue to serve by volunteering as a supporter with the Delaware (ESGR) Employer Support of the Guard and Reserves. She also volunteers and is a Child Ambassador with World Vision (a Christian, faith – based organization focused on helping children, their families, and their communities around the world). In addition to these worthy causes she is a Board of Director of the National Diversity Council-Tri-State Chapter.