Julie Zuckerberg; an Executive Recruiter Making Ripples in the Corporate World

For a company to succeed, it needs to have a great team at the helm. Saying that is easy. However, actualizing it is the difficult part. You need to have a great recruiter on your side to get the best team to lead your company. Not only do executive recruiters have an awesome network with a huge talent pool, but they also save you money. Trying to look for the best talent without an existing network can be quite costly. Besides that, an executive recruiter also saves you the time you would require to hire great personnel without compromising on quality. This is what Julie Zuckerberg brings to the table. She is experienced in the placement and recruitment of the top talent for blue chip companies.

 

Julie is a Different Breed

 

Julie is one of those executive recruiters that are hard to ignore. She is fierce and unafraid to shine in a male dominated industry. Her abilities stem from her great educational background and a lot of experience in the industry that she has used to climb the ladder of success.

 

Her Current Employment

 

Julie Zuckerberg is an employee of Deutsche Bank. She took up the position in 2014. For about a year after she joined the bank, Julie served in the position of VP, Executive recruiter, and talent acquisition lead. After a year, Julie as promoted to the position of Executive talent acquisition lead.

 

Her Career history

 

Before she joined Deutsche Bank, Julie was an employee of New York Life insurance company. She served as the company’s VP and executive recruiter. Besides that, Julie was given the responsibility of screening all high-level employees that had been employed by the company.

 

Julie has also worked for other notable companies at high-level positions. She began her career in the corporate world in New York where she worked at Hudson. Her role there was managing candidate placements. She helped law firms, banks, and other companies in various industries. She was responsible for helping them acquire staff in both temporary and permanent basis. After overseeing their recruitment, Julie was placed in charge of coaching them on how to adjust at the workplace. Julie also had the responsibility of solving conflicts involving employees and their employers. She was in this position for five years before she finally moved on to Citi Global Functions.

 

At Citi Global Functions, Julie took up the role of executive recruiter. She was responsible for helping the company get the best talent for various departments such as compliance, legal, and audit departments. During her time there, she managed to change the recruitment process and make it more productive. She advocated for the use of social media when recruiting top talent. After a while, her talent became obvious to the top leadership became obvious. She was given the role of recruiting senior personnel including senior managers and company directors.

 

Besides work, Julie enjoys donating her personal time to the charitable course. She is also into art, photography, and food.

 

Venture Capitalist Malini Saba Turns Risk Into Productivity

One of the world’s top South Asian investors Malini Saba has encountered a great deal of success in her lifetime. Her philanthropic career is filled with innovative initiatives and experience investing in over 20 different technology companies. She began her career in the 1990’s as a Silicon Valley venture capitalist. Saba was not able to get into a VC investment group which lead her to found Saban. Her company deals with varied investment interests across the world including U.S. technology, China oil and gas, and Australian and Indian real estate.

Some of Malini’s most noteworthy investments are Paypal, Sycamore Networks, and Netscreen Technologies. Two of the aforementioned companies, Paypal and Netscreen were acquired for $1.5 billion and $4 billion respectively. She created a non-profit organization by the name of “Stree: Global Investments in Women.” This organization works to change the way women and children see themselves who are considered as low income and at risk. Stree also works on the way these women and children see their roles in society. The non-profit gives these families access to legal aid, healthcare, and provide an avenue for grassroots movements to occur.

In 2004 she pledged $10 million dollars to Sri Lankan and Indian families who were affected by the tsunami. Saba toured these ruined areas and made the decision to help families who were victimized by the disaster. The organized venture capitalist makes stringent use of her time by limiting meetings to no longer than 45 minutes and persistently walking her daughter to and from school. She strongly believes in raising her child herself instead of relying on a nanny to do the heavy lifting of childcare.

Saba realizes her ideas by looking at market trends and deliberately taking opposite action. She takes careful consideration of what the world will look like 3-5 years from now based upon the actions of today’s people. When others are reluctant in the market, she takes action. This attitude lead Saba to invest in the Indian real estate market early on. Saba credits her success and productivity to a lack of fear in taking risks.