A fourth-generation Irish American, Charles E. F. Millard, Jr. recently became president of BP Investments, a subsidiary of Broadway Partners. Broadway is a real estate firm with approximately $850 million in assets. Until this appointment, he was managing director at Lehman Brothers, serving as the head of wealth management services.
Previously, Millard served Mayor Rudolph Giuliani as president of the New York City Economic Development Corporation. In that cabinet role, he was responsible for the major real esate leases in Midtown Manhattan and the privatization of the United Nations Hotel for $100 million.
Millard has also served as a City Councilman from Manhattan’s East Side and as a Managing Director with Prudential Securities and Cambridge Partners. He serves on the Boards of St. Aloysius School in Harlem, the New York League of Conservation Voters, the Gary Klinsky Children’s Centers, and the Pregnancy Care Center.
Millard earned his JD from Columbia Law School and a BA from the College of the Holy Cross. A member of the American Ireland Fund, his father’s family is from Cork and his mother’s family is from Clare. He is married with seven children.