Moorman joined the University of Florida as a Clinical Assistant Professor in 2008. She received her Bachelor’s degree from Kansas State University and completed her Doctor of Pharmacy degree at University of Kansas. She completed a primary care residency at University of Mississippi Medical Center in 2001 and became a pharmacy practitioner with Shands Jacksonville from 2001 to 2008. While working at Shands Jacksonville, she created and ran a pharmacist driven pain management clinic in a primary care clinic. Moorman was promoted to supervisor of the Ambulatory Pharmacy in 2007 where she was responsible for aiding in the supervision of daily activities of ten pharmacists and fourteen technicians. She began as a part time clinical assistant professor with the University of Florida College of Pharmacy in 2003. During this time she facilitated many of the College of Pharmacy courses and mentored students leading to her discovery of her passion for teaching. She also has been a facilitator for the UF WPPD program since 2003. Recently Moorman also has developed a clinical practice site at the River Garden Hebrew Home for the Aged focusing on chronic pain management which has expanded the opportunity for students to gain further experience in managing chronic pain.