Julie Zuckerberg is an Executive Talent Acquisition Lead for Deutsche Bank and is based in New York City. The departments that she recruits for includes Private, Wealth, and Commercial clients, Asset Management, and Global Technology and Operations. Among her duties are developing recruitment strategies, improving recruiting processes, and advising executives on hiring governance and best recruitment practices. She has been particularly successful at attracting top talent to Deutsche Bank from both the United States and abroad.
Zuckerberg attended both the City University of New York-Brooklyn College, where she graduated with a degree in Philosophy, and New York Law School. Her first professional position was at Hudson in 2002 as the Director of Candidate Placement. In this position, she recruited in the legal field and was responsible for bringing in paralegals, case managers, attorneys, and their support staffs. She provided these recruits to Hudson’s clients which included corporations, law firms, and financial companies. Her work at Hudson drew attention and in 2007 she landed the position of Vice President, Executive Recruiter at Citi. While at Citi she developed recruiting strategies and led research into compensation trends. She also oversaw creating job offers and negotiating with candidates over complex issues like deferred rewards, claw backs, and equity buyouts. She also was involved in immigration issues for those candidates that came from outside the United States. Before joining Deutsche Bank Julie Zuckerberg also briefly worked at New York Life Insurance Company as their Experienced Hire Recruiting Lead, Corporate Vice President where she oversaw the company’s recruiting practices and strategies.
During her career, Julie Zuckerberg has developed a strong knowledge of the best recruiting practices and hiring top-notch executives. She has devised a number of strategies that take advantage of all of the diverse ways that the best talent can be located and researched. She has led by example and mentored other employees in how to spot and approach talent that is needed in the companies she has worked for and their clients. In addition to coaching other employees, she has developed great skill in conflict resolution and handling employee grievances. She has also developed a deep knowledge of issues like compliance, the laws surrounding recruiting, and audit management. She has developed an excellent reputation in advising senior executives on all of the issues regarding recruiting at the executive level.
While not at work one of Julie Zuckerberg‘s favorite hobbies is jogging around New York City. She is also an avid hiker and is familiar with the many trails that lie around the greater New York City area. She also has developed an interest in photography and developing her ability to take impressive photos, particularly of nature. Zuckerberg also has a history of advocating for repressed people, human rights, and animal welfare.
Crystal Hunt has lived the majority of her life in the limelight after working on a series of TV shows and movies from a young age. Hunt had already been performing in pageants and in smaller TV roles when she made her way to the world of daytime drama to make herself a household name in the U.S. and around the world; Hunt made her way to two of the top soap operas produced in the U.S. in the form of “Guiding Light” and “One Life To Live”, and became an icon for the fans of both dramas.
Crystal Hunt was only 18 years old when she made her way to the set of “Guiding Light” to film the scenes that would eventually lead to her being nominated for a Daytime Emmy and a Readers Digest Soap Award. The role of Lizzie Spaulding made Crystal a household name, but after leaving “Guiding Light” in 2005 she returned to daytime drama in the role of Stacy Morasco in “One Life To Live” to show her acting skills. Stacy Morasco became such a legendary figure in the “One Life To Live” drama the character was brought back in a fantasy sequence of Hell during the final episodes of the show.
Crystal Hunt has always looked to follow the career path she chooses for herself and has never settled for the easy option of remaining a star of soap operas; in her latest incarnation Crystal Hunt has joined a reality show based firmly in the world of soap opera called “Queens of Drama”.
In an area that seems to be dominated by men, it has become even more important to know the names of women that are talented and have a great understanding of the investment industry. One woman that has made a name for herself as both an investor and as a philanthropist is Malini Saba.
Malini Saba was born in Malaysia and grew up in Australia. Her life within the investment world began when she moved to the United States with her former husband so that he could attend Stanford University. Her time spent there was well used as she spent every moment that she had learning everything that she could about investing and business.
She began by doing her own investments before eventually becoming the Chairman of Saban with the reputation of one of the best investors in the world. Beyond creating a name for herself in the investment world, Malini Saba has also set herself up as a major philanthropist with her work in many different areas. There are two specific things that she has done that have set her up as someone to watch for her philanthropic work. The first major thing that she did is to donate $1 million to help start the Heart Research Center for South Asians that is located at El Camino Hospital in California.
Whether you are looking for someone who is a talented investor or someone who is determined to give back to the world around her, you will have found both in Malini Saba. Her work as an investor is among the best in the world and her philanthropic work has made a major difference to a lot of people.