Professional Accomplishment of Talent Recruiting Expert Julie Zuckerberg

Today, organizations around the world are searching for the best talents to hire. Most of these companies rely on the services rendered by executive talent recruitment experts to find the right candidates to recruit. Julie Zuckerberg is an executive talent recruiter based in New York. She has worked for different companies, serving different roles. Currently, Julie works at Deutsche Bank serving as both the executive recruiter and vice president. She collaborates with other leaders in various sectors in the financial and banking industry, and assist them to recruit top talents from a range of professionals in her database.

 

Professional Background

 

Julie Zuckerberg began her career at Hudson serving as the director of candidate placement from 2002 to 2007. At this company, she was involved in the recruitment of various professionals including lawyers, case managers and paralegals for other large and small organization. In addition, Julie’s clients relied on her expertise to offer workplace conflict resolution service. She left Hudson and started to work at Citi Global Functions. She served as both the Vice President and Executive Recruiter.

 

At Citi Global Functions, Julie helped several companies to recruit senior level employees in different fields such as legal, auditing and compliance. In fact, she was responsible for recruiting MD of CitiCards, a service provided by Citi Global Functions, and the Director of Citi Global, a leading marketing company. She relied on innovative ideas like employee referral, online search, direct sourcing and also social media during recruitment process. She remained at the company until 2011 when she moved to Citi Global Consumer Bank.

 

From November 2013 to February 2014, Julie Zuckerberg worked at a life insurance company in NY. Julie joined Deutsche Bank in 2015, and was in charge of collaborating with other executives from Global Technology, Commercial Clients, Operations and Private Wealth to enhance the process of talent acquisition. Julie manages a team of highly talented professional recruiters. She is highly recognized in the industry because of her ability, potential, and outstanding skills in leadership. Julie’s tech skills has separated her from her competitors.

 

Julie’s Hobbies and Interests

 

When Julie Zuckerberg is not in her office recruiting talents, she could be jogging, doing photography, improving her tech skills. She embraces arts and culture, supports economic empowerment initiatives, and she is very concerned about animals’ welfare. During her leisure time, Julie participates in charitable causes in her neighborhood. Although she is not an active social media user, Julie can be found on Linkedln and Twitter. Julie Zuckerberg is a resident of Manhattan, New York.

 

Julie’s Education History

 

For one to have a very successful career he/she must have good education. Julie Zuckerberg studied at the City University of New York and graduated with a degree in philosophy. She advanced her studies at New York Law School and earned JD. Her interests in joining recruitment industry started early where she was training others how to acquire and manage talents. Some of her professional qualifications include employee training, conflict resolution, succession planning, interviewing skills and elite sourcing.

 

 

The Life and Career of Julie Zuckerberg

The good experience that Julie Zuckerberg has can be explained by the education that she acquired when she was a young girl. Julie is a graduate of New York Law School with a degree in Law and City University of New York-Brooklyn College with a degree in philosophy. The good education and work experience have helped her acquire various skills that include executive search, team leadership, talent acquisition and talent management. She has also proven herself as an asset on other issues such as human resources, employee training, interviewing skills, coaching and executive staffing. She also has proven records when it comes to conflict resolution, onboarding and succession planning.

 

Over the year, Julie Zuckerberg has managed to work for the best companies in the United States and has held various positions. Soon after college, she acquired a job as the director of candidate placement with the Hudson Company. She worked with this company from November 2002 to October 2007. Some of the roles that she undertook with this company include recruitment of case managers, paralegals, and attorneys. She was also charged with supporting staff for temporary and permanent positions with some of the clients of the company. It was her responsibility at the Hudson to brief new employees about their benefits, working conditions and the opportunities that were available at the company. She developed her conflict resolution skills here as she was in charge of solving work problems at this company. She simply carried out coaching and employee counseling at his company.

 

When opportunities came knocking, Julie changed places of work and started working for the Citi company. She worked for this company for six years and took several positions that came with different responsibilities. As the executive recruiter of the Citi Global Consumer Bank, her responsibilities included advising the top management on the recruitment strategies they would use as well as advise them on competitive markets. She was also responsible for advising the management on the compensation and talent trends within the job market. Other responsibilities included being the lead negotiator for the company in complex job offers that arose. Some of these offers include equity buyouts, relocation, deferred awards, and clawbacks. She was also supposed to be in charge of global talent recruitment for the company. Finally, in this position, it was her responsibility to take care of the retained search firms that consisted of candidate vetting, fee negotiation, and firm selection. With the Citi Global Functions where he was an executive recruiter, Julie was supposed to counsel hiring managers on the positions that were available. She also created the job descriptions and was also responsible for succession planning.

 

Currently, Julie works for the Deutsche Bank. She has worked with the firm for some years now. She is the experienced hire recruiting lead at the firm. Some of her responsibilities include counseling the leadership about several issues such as hiring governance and recruiting practices that the company can implement. She is also responsible for providing strategic direction for the company and other supporting roles like coaching recruiters and supporting recruiting coordinators.

 

 

Investing in the world- Malini Saba

Before “globalization” became a trending topic, there was Malini Saba. Malini wasn’t born a global investor and philanthropist nor did she come from a background where those titles were handed to her. Coming from a middle class family in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and moving to Australia where she grew up, Malini fought against the odds as a young woman and made her impression upon the world wide investment community.

 

Moving to the United States with only $200 in her pocket, poverty would not prevent Malini from finding her calling in life. Marriage to a Stanford student allowed her to attend classes for free and her drive for success led to her making connections within the investment community. Obtaining her PhD in Psychology was only a step in her path towards becoming a multi-millionaire by the age of thirty four.

 

Making her impression on the Silicon Valley venture capitalist scene during the 1990s, Malini used her extensive experience in investments to help in the success of many companies such as Sycamore Networks, Inc., PayPal Inc. and Netscreen Technologies, Inc., all with phenomenal results. With the founding of Saban, which has had or retains investment interests globally such as technology companies in the US, oil and gas in China, and real estate in Australia and India, Malini cemented her position as one of South Asia’s most successful investors.

 

Firmly established as a force in the community, Malini Saba could focus her energy toward more philanthropic arenas and begin helping those in need, a passion close to her heart.

With the creation of “Stree: Global Investments in Women” in 2001, Malini gave life to a non-profit organization aimed at changing the way low-income and at-risk women and children worldwide see themselves and their roles in society. Aimed at providing access to healthcare, legal empowerment and a forum for grassroots movements to connect with public policy in Africa, Central America, India and Eastern Europe, Stree gained global attention and was inaugurated by former US President Bill Clinton and Jordan’s Queen Noor.

In 2005 Malini again stepped up to the plate by helping to get the worlds first Heart Research Center for South Asians started in Mountain View, CA by donating $1 million dollars. Then again by pledging $10 million to the victims of Tsunami ravaged Sri Lanka and India.

 

Investment Industry Leader: Helane Morrison of Hall Capital

Helane Morrison is associated with Hall Capital. Hall Capital, located in San Francisco, is considered to be one of the most successful investment companies in the state of California. A unique feature of Hall Capital is that the firm is run completely by women.

Morrison is the managing director, chief counsel as well as the compliance officer for Hall Capital. She joined Hall Capital in 2007.

Prior to joining the team at Hall Capital, Morrison oversaw the San Francisco office of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission or SEC. She was the head of the San Francisco office from 1999 to 2007. The San Francisco office was responsible for SEC oversight in northern California and in five states in the Northwest. These included Oregon, Washington, Alaska, Montana, Idaho, as well as northern Nevada. She was charged with overseeing compliance with securities law and regulation and fraud litigation.

During her tenure with the SEC, Morrison garnered a reputation for being tenacious and going after Fortune 500 executives from wrongdoing, including individuals that previously seemed immune from governmental scrutiny. She also aggressively provided assistance to senior citizens who were defrauded by unscrupulous companies and individuals.

Morrison attended Northwestern University in Chicago. She graduated with a BS degree in journalism. She went on to obtain a law degree from the University of California at Berkeley, School of Law. While in law school, she served as the editor-in-chief of the California Law Review.

Hall Capital has over $24 billion in assets. The firm manages investments for some of the wealthiest individuals and families in the United States.

After completing law school, Morrison served as a law clerk for Judge Richard Posen of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh District. beginning in 1984. She then went on to clerk of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Harry Blackmun from 1985 into 1986.

After her stints at the two major federal courts, Helane Morrison joined the law firm of Howard, Rice, Nemerovski, Canady, Falk & Rabkin. She was at the firm for a decade, leaving in 1996, when she joined the SEC. She became a partner in the firm in 1991. Her focus at the firm was business litigation, including defense of private securities actions.