From Fraternity Leadership to Supply Chain Success

FEB 26, 2024

Christopher Maddox’s dedication to leadership extends beyond his college years. Born and raised in Warner Robins, Georgia, Christopher is a dedicated and driven individual who has made significant contributions to both his community and Phi Delta Theta Fraternity. In 2011, he began his education at Georgia Tech, quickly immersing himself in campus life and the Fraternity.

His involvement with Phi Delta Theta Fraternity not only enriched his college experience but also laid the foundation for a lifetime of leadership. Following in his father’s footsteps, who was himself a distinguished member of the Fraternity, Christopher served in various roles within the Georgia Delta Chapter, including chaplain, philanthropy chair, house manager, and president. His father, James Maddox Jr., Georgia Tech ’82, also served as house manager and president of the chapter.

In 2015, Christopher won the Ward Wright Outstanding Chapter President Award, awarded to the most outstanding chapter president in the Epsilon Province. Following his presidency, Christopher partnered with chapters across the Epsilon Province to host the first annual Iron Phive K Road Race, with proceeds supporting ALS research. Beyond his Fraternity involvement, Christopher was an active member of the Scheller Business Ambassadors, where he served as the VP of community development, demonstrating his commitment to community engagement and leadership. Christopher graduated from Georgia Tech with the highest honors in 2015, earning a bachelor of science in business administration with a concentration in operations and supply chain management.

“My experience at the Georgia Delta Chapter was critical to my time at Georgia Tech. The Fraternity fueled my growth both personally and professionally while providing friendships that will last a lifetime.”Christopher Maddox, Georgia Tech ’15

Since his time at Georgia Tech, Christopher has achieved notable success in his professional career, demonstrating his ability to employ the many leadership skills acquired during his time at Georgia Tech and Phi Delta Theta. Immediately following graduation, he began his professional career at RaceTrac Petroleum, serving in various capacities as they sought to integrate their supply chain vertically.