Category Archives: Life at Express Scripts

Advancing Diversity in the...

November 29, 2018 | Express Scripts

Carlton Adams is the Vice President of Pharma Revenue and Invoicing at Express Scripts. Involved with the community through several nonprofits, he is a fitness enthusiast, a proud father and husband, and has recently rekindled his “love affair” with the bass guitar after a long hiatus. My career has led me to some incredible opportunities […]

Going the Extra Mile (in Mere...

October 30, 2018 | Express Scripts

Jonathan O. started at Express Scripts in Oct. 2006 in Boston, Massachusetts as a shipping technician, He is currently a production supervisor providing workflow solutions in daily operations. In my role at Freedom Fertility Pharmacy, an Express Scripts subsidiary, time and reliability are essential. For those who may be unfamiliar, Freedom Fertility is America’s leading […]

Using Data to Solve Problems –...

October 25, 2018 | Express Scripts

Sam A. is a data scientist on the Enterprise Data Science team at Express Scripts, using data to help save lives. Believe it or not, I found my way to Express Scripts through a Google search. I looked up the list of current Fortune 500 companies and found Express Scripts at number 25. I had […]

Fostering an Inclusive Environment...

October 11, 2018 | Express Scripts

Kyle M., is a Senior Project Manager supporting our Enterprise Value Office and Express PossAbilities Membership Lead. It’s no secret that diversity and inclusion is a major initiative in companies across the world. But while many simply boast about their diverse and inclusive culture, Express Scripts truly places importance on fostering programs and partnerships that […]

Paying It Back to My Military...

October 9, 2018 | Express Scripts

Juan R., pictured here teaching Bahrain Army, is a Sr. Recruiter on the Corporate Team, supporting Sales and Account Management, Marketing, and Legal. I’ve lived all my life with the military around me in some way. My grandfather served in the Army, my uncle retired from the Air Force and my stepdad — the man I […]