Brother Malcolm Fox, Second Vice District Representative, Third District, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. was born in Chicago, IL. He is a rising senior Supply Chain Management major at Howard University. Malcolm currently owns and operates two small businesses. He serves as the Founder & CEO of DreamStrong Chicago, which is a non-profit community service organization focused on strengthening the mindsets of the youth in the inner city of Chicago. He also serves as the Co-Founder & Chief Relationship Officer of Gratitude Chicago, a Chicago-based clothing brand centered on emphasizing the importance of showing Gratitude in your everyday life.
Brother Fox was initiated into the fraternity through the Tau Iota chapter, Wesleyan University, in the First District, in the Spring of 2018. Malcolm transferred to Howard to play football, but due to injuries, decided to move on to other endeavors. During his neophyte year, Malcolm served as Alpha Chapter’s Keeper of Finance, while also being awarded the Horace D. Boston award, which is given to the Alpha Chapter neophyte who most positively exemplifies the Fraternity’s Cardinal Principles. During his second year, he served as Alpha Chapter’s Keeper of Records and Seal, while also being awarded the Third District’s Herman S. Dreer Scholarship/Leadership Award, which is also given to the Brother in the district who best exemplifies the Fraternity’s Cardinal Principles. Malcolm’s father, Robert Fox, is a Spring 2007 initiate of the Rho Gamma Gamma chapter, while his older brother is a Fall 2016 solo initiate of the Zeta Phi chapter.
Lastly, Malcolm, along with his father and brother, started a Fox Family Scholarship fund that is awarded each year to a graduate of Malcolm’s alma mater, Wendell Phillips High School, through the Rho Gamma Gamma chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.