Principals of Millennium 3 Management

A. Bruce Crawley


A. Bruce Crawley is president and principal owner of Millennium 3 Management, Inc. Crawley had served, since 1989, as president of Crawley Haskins Sloan PR & Advertising, before establishing Millennium 3, in 2006. Prior to starting his own business, Crawley was employed at First Pennsylvania Bank, where he was senior vice president and director of public and investor relations. He also served for three years as the Bank’s advertising director. An accredited member of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), Crawley is also a past president of the National Association of Urban Bankers (Urban Financial Services Coalition).

Active for years in the Philadelphia hospitality industry, Crawley served for five years as chairman of the board of the Philadelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau. He was also a co-founder of the Convention Bureau’s Multicultural Affairs Congress and a founding member of the Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation. In 1993, Crawley founded Philadelphia’s African-American Chamber of Commerce and served as that organization’s chairman for 13 years.

He currently serves on the boards of Independence Blue Cross, where he is a member of the executive committee, a member of the Governance Committee and the chairman of the board-level committee on Minority Employment and Contracting; the board of trustees at St. Joseph’s University, and the University’s Haub School of Business; the executive committee of the Philadelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau; the Technical Assistance Center for Emerging Contractors. He also served as a member of Philadelphia 2016, the non-profit organization that managed the city of Philadelphia’s bid to host the Summer Olympics. Crawley is a former chair of the Urban League of Philadelphia, a former member of the board of trustees of the National Urban League and a former chair of Philadelphia’s UNCF Telethon.

He holds a B.S. degree in marketing management from St. Joseph’s University and a master’s degree in journalism from Temple University.

Mr. Crawley also writes a weekly blog, The Black Issue.

Anthony Marc Fullard

Executive Vice President

Anthony Marc Fullard is one of the most experienced minority business and construction specialists in the mid-Atlantic Region. His primary focus at Millennium 3 Management is in the area of supplier diversity program consulting. Fullard began his career as a union ironworker in 1984. By age 30, he had parlayed his ten years of ironwork experience into an entrepreneurial venture, starting the first African-American-owned steel erection company in the Greater Philadelphia area.

During the years 2000-2001, Fullard was instrumental in convening minority business leaders to formulate a strategic plan for minority inclusion in the city of Philadelphia’s construction boom. In 2002, he joined forces with A. Bruce Crawley, chairman of the African-American Chamber of Commerce and accepted the responsibility of Director of Economic Development for the Chamber, where he was responsible for the development of contract opportunities for the full range of African-American Chamber member-businesses. Subsequently, the Chamber submitted a series of proposals to the city of Philadelphia to help minority contractors become more competitive within their industry. The program, which provided working and start-up capital, credit repair, bonding, managerial skills and technical support, was named the Emerging Contractors Program and was operated out of headquarters offices in North Central Philadelphia.

In 2003, Fullard went on to establish a special outreach program with the School District of Philadelphia to increase broad-based minority procurement and capital improvement opportunities.

Mr. Fullard is a former member of the Philadelphia Phillies Minority Business Oversight Committee and the ACE Insurance Minority Business Oversight Committee. He currently serves on the Comcast Building Minority Business Oversight Committee, and the Economic Inclusion Advocacy Committee at the University of Pennsylvania.