Warren is a lifelong Chicagoan and community organizer running for Alderperson of the 30th Ward. He is the proud son of a union letter carrier with the United States Postal Service and a former union construction worker and ordained minister. In his twenties, Warren was diagnosed with epilepsy. This experience has informed Warren’s values, visions, and commitment to fight for affordable, accessible healthcare and public transit for the masses. He has organized on state and city issues including Illinois' historic Pre-Trial Fairness Act and Climate and Equitable Jobs Act and founded 30th United, an independent political prganization.
Warren believes local government should work for the people and every resident should have a voice in shaping their community. He believes the 30th Ward deserves leadership that prioritizes working class people and families, fosters true transparency, and fights for a more just and equitable ward where all can thrive. Warren will work towards universal access to public transportation, environmental justice and climate action, immigration rights, preventative public safety measures, affordable housing, and strong constituency services.