Kelvin Buncum

Former Walmart Executive Vice President, Neighborhood Markets
Kelvin Buncum, Feeding America Board Member

Kelvin L. Buncum is the former executive vice president of Neighborhood Markets for Walmart U.S. His responsibilities included overseeing all aspects of Neighborhood Market operations. Kelvin and his team focused on creating a great experience that included increased convenience for busy customers and high-quality fresh that delights the entire family.

Prior to assuming this role, Kelvin held several leadership positions at Walmart, including regional vice president of the Atlanta/North Georgia region, regional vice president of the North Central region, vice president of innovations and global business processes, vice president operations strategy and integration and regional general manager for the Mid-South region.

Before joining Walmart, Kelvin held leadership positions with several companies and across multiple industries. Immediately prior to Walmart, he was President/CEO of International Medical Solutions, a start-up he launched with two partners. Kelvin’s professional experiences also include senior leadership roles at Pepsi Bottling Group, US Radio, and Joyner Communications.

In addition, Kelvin has worked for Digital Equipment Corporation, AT&T Bell Laboratories, and Northern Telecom. With these companies, he held leadership roles in the areas of product development, marketing, sales management, and applications planning.

Kelvin has been actively involved over the years in trade and community organizations. He has served as chairman of the Georgia Beverage Association and held board positions with the Safe America Foundation, APEX Museum, Georgia Food Industry Association, Warrick Dunn Family Foundation, Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity Foundation, Hughes-Spalding Children’s Hospital, and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest Arkansas.  He currently serves on Feeding America’s Board of Directors.

Kelvin graduated from North Carolina A&T State University with a B.S. Electrical Engineering degree. He also earned an MBA from Harvard Business School.