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Julie Zuckerberg The Ultimate Executive Recruiter

Locating, vetting and eventually hiring people to fill executive positions can be one of the most time consuming and expensive tasks for any company. The business world has become so competitive and complicated it is imperative a company have the right people working at the executive level. Therefore, a company will often rely on the expertise of a professional to make sure they are hiring the right person for the job. The men and women who perform these duties are known as executive recruiters. Julie Zuckerberg is just such a professional; she is one of the most highly thought of executive recruiters in the nation. Julie Zuckerberg lives in New York and is well known for her expertise in talent and management acquisition.

 

Julie Zuckerberg  has over fifteen years experience in this very demanding field. She has worked for several major companies and is currently with Deutsche Bank, serving as Executive Talent Acquisition Lead. She is a graduate of the City University of New York and holds a degree in Philosophy. Her recruiting career began with Hudson, a New York-based global recruitment company where she stayed for five years. Moving to Citi Global Consumer Bank in 2007, where she remained for six years, she was named vice president and executive recruiter. While at Citi Global she advised on all phases of hiring, including strategies, compensation, and available talent. She also was in charge of making complicated job offers that might involve such issues as deferred awards, immigration concerns, and relocation issues. Julie was awarded the Executive Recruiter position for Citi Consumer Bank. In 2013 she decided to leave Citi Global and accept a position with the New York Life Insurance Company. Her tenure with New York Life was short; Julie stayed for only four months, while there, Julie was in charge of building client relationships. For the next year and eight months, she was the executive recruiter for Talent Acquisition, and in November 2015 she accepted her current position with Deutsche Bank. Besides the posts already mentioned Julie Zuckerberg is also frequently hired by legal firms, financial institutions and corporations to mitigate employment issues and work with and coach employees.

 

While attending New York Brooklyn College, where she was studying Philosophy, her interests changed, and she moved to New York Law School where she became interested in talent acquisition. Julie says she was fortunate to have great teachers and mentors in her life. These educators and mentors inspired her to improve her skills and groomed her for the outstanding career she now enjoys.

 

Julie Zuckerberg is as active and successful in her personal life as she is in her profession. Her hobbies include running, photography, studying technology and enjoying gourmet food. Julie is interested in many causes and volunteers her time in support of arts and culture, animal welfare, civil rights, human rights, and economic empowerment.

 

Doe Deere Wants Women In Business To Have A Beacon

Every woman who starts her own business needs to have support because she is usually her own island. Doe Deere knows that feeling because she started Lime Crime out of her apartment when she was pounding the colors for her cosmetics on a table near her computer. She made videos of herself making the cosmetics, and she was selling the cosmetics on auction websites. She took a gamble, and now she has one of the most popular cosmetics websites online today. https://galoremag.com/lime-crime-creator-doe-deere-colors-haters/

The website that she started was a direct response to the way that women are asked to buy cosmetics today. They have to go to a counter where they could spend hours, but they can find all that they want at Lime Crime in seconds. They get their bright colors, and they get their hair dyes.

Doe Deere also wants to help women who are starting businesses by mentoring them. She wants to give them advice that she wishes she had, and she wants them to know that they can trust her with their business ideas. These ideas are pretty strong, and these women need to be told what to do to get ahead of problems they have with sexism in business. That is where Doe Deere can help a woman get past a problem before it happens. That is the power that Doe Deere has in her mentoring of other women.

There are women who will see Doe Deere as the best role model, and they will want to make sure that they have followed all the things she has done.  Lime Crime is so big now that it is vegan certified, and it has hair dye that women can use to look just like Doe Deere. She has made a company in her own image, and she has made a company that is very profitable.

Follow her @doedeere

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How Helane Morrison Has Made It Her Mission To Change The Corporate World

Often untold in the great success stories of the business world, are stories of women who have risen above the norms of the day and placed their names right alongside the men who have achieved success. Most have probably heard of people like Susan McGalla, former CEO of American Eagle, and Carly Fiorina, the former CEO of HP and recent Republican presidential candidate. But included among these women is Helane Morrison, the Managing Director and Chief Compliance Officer at Hall Capital Partners in San Francisco. Morrison has done tremendous work in America’s financial sector, hunting down businessmen who’ve run Ponzi schemes, and enforcing the law on institutions who’ve tried to cut corners.

According to XRepublic, Morrison’s original interest was journalism when she got her B.S. from Northwestern University, but she gradually turned her focus to law and went to Berkley where she was editor-in-chief of the California Law Review journal before getting her J.D. Morrison clerked for both Judge Richard Posen of the Seventh District’s Court Of Appeals, and Chief Justice Harry Blackmun of the US Supreme Court.

She went into private law practice serving as an attorney for Howard, Rice, Nemerovski, Canady, Falk and Rabkin, a local California law firm. Her cases primarily involved civil suits or criminal prosecutions against shady business dealings and corrupt organizations, and she was good at what she did that the firm made her a partner in just 5 years. After 10 years of private practice, the SEC hired Helane as Head of Enforcement in their San Francisco office. Morrison’s jurisdiction included almost the whole Pacific Northwest, and during her 9-year stint with the SEC she brought down quite a few notable businessmen who were engaged in illegal trading activities.

After 9 years with the SEC, Helane decided it was time to not just fight against bad investment firms, but to be a part of a good one that people could trust. That’s when she decided to go to Hall Capital Partners, a wealth management and investment firm run by all female executives. As Chief Compliance Officer, Morrison uses the legal knowledge she has gained to make sure that clients’ funds are being invested in safe, legal vehicles and that the firm is compliant with all financial laws. In addition to serving at Hall Capital Partners, Morrison is also a part of the Regional Parks Foundation in California.