Patrick Haddock currently serves as Program Manager and Team Lead for the Treasury Management Associate Program at Wells Fargo. In this role, he leads a year-long leadership development rotation program for early-career professionals, and he is also responsible to build a military veteran component to the same program. Prior to joining Wells Fargo in 2017, Patrick spent 11 years with The Coca-Cola Company, holding several managerial positions within the Coca-Cola system with experience in supply chain, equipment services, sales support, and project management. He concurrently served as President of the company’s Military Veterans Business Resource Group, which he co-founded in 2012, from 2014 through 2016.
Prior to joining Coca-Cola, Patrick served as an officer in the United States Army, where he led military organizations up to 150 personnel responsible for multiple aspects of logistics and supply chain. His service has included three combat tours in Iraq, Kuwait, and Afghanistan.
He earned his undergraduate degree in economics and business from the Virginia Military Institute, where he now serves on the board of directors of the VMI Alumni Association. He earned his Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business, where he continues to support student-veterans. He is also a graduate of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College. Patrick is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt.
He continues to serve in the U.S. Army Reserve, holding the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. Patrick is a founding member and on the Executive Committee of VETLANTA, an industry collaboration of Veteran friendly/affiliated organizations in the greater Atlanta area. VETLANTA’s mission is to make Atlanta a top destination for veterans to live and work.
Outside of work, Patrick is an avid sports fan and veteran-advocate, but he mostly enjoys spending time and traveling with his family. He is married to Charlotte, and they have a son, Daniel (3 years old), and a newborn daughter, Margaret.