A. Bruce Crawley
A. Bruce Crawley, APR, is CEO and principal owner of Millennium 3 Management, Inc. (M3M). Prior to establishing M3M in 2006, Crawley served as president of Crawley Haskins Sloan PR & Advertising, which he founded in 1989. Prior to that, 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 is a member of the executive committee of the Philadelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau (PHLCVB), and served for five years as chairman of the organization’s board. 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 (Visit Philadelphia). 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 board of Independence Blue Cross, where he is a member of the Executive Committee and the chairman of the board-level Diversity and Inclusion Committee. He served for nine years, through 2016, as a member of the board of trustees at St. Joseph's University, including as an Executive Committee member and chairman of the Trustee Enrollment and Marketing Committee. He currently serves as a member of the Board of Visitors of the University’s Haub School of Business.
Crawley is chairman of the African Bicycle Contribution Foundation; chairman of the Richard Allen New Generation RCO; a former member of the board of The Claridge Casino Hotel; and a former trustee of his alma mater, St. Joseph's Preparatory School. He is a former chair of the Urban League of Philadelphia, a former member of the board of trustees of the National Urban League a former chair of Philadelphia's UNCF Telethon, and a board member of the Children's Literacy Initiative.