How Julie Zuckerberg Became One Of The Top Executive Recruiters In New York

Julie Zuckerberg joined Deutsche Bank in April 2014 as the company’s US Talent Acquisition, Executive Recruitment Lead. She brought several years of deep experience and knowledge to the position from her years as an executive recruiter for other companies. Her impressive ability to recruit top talent has made a very positive impact on Deutsche Bank management team.

As a life-long resident of New York City, Julie Zuckerberg attended the City University of New York-Brooklyn College where she graduated with a degree in philosophy. She also attended New York Law School. Her first experience in the world of recruiting came in November 2002 when she joined Hudson as the Director of Candidate Placement. In this role she filled legal positions, both temporary and permanents, at corporations, financial institutions, and law firms throughout New York. She was tasked with recruiting attorneys, case managers, paralegals, and their support staff. She also served as the contact person between the client and employees when issues needed to be resolved. During her five years at Hudson, she also developed her skill at coaching, mentoring other employs, and resolving conflicts when they occurred.

In October 2007, Julie Zuckerberg seized at a chance to advance her career when she became the Vice President of Executive Recruiting at the financial corporation Citi. She worked at Citi for over six years and among her duties was advising the company’s senior management team about issues surrounding executive recruiting such as recruiting strategies, compensation trends, and how competitive the market was at any given time.

Julie Zuckerberg also worked as the Experienced Hire Recruiting Lead, Corporate Vice President, at New York Life Insurance Company. She managed the firm’s recruitment process including overseeing the teams that were responsible for sourcing talent and recruiting executives.

Julie Zuckerberg has developed an extensive set of skills and knowledge that ably assists her in her position at Deutsche Bank. She is able to source the top talent for positions that are in need. She is also experienced at open lines of communication with the senior management of the firms she has worked for. Other talents that she has developed include among others employee training, conflict resolution, developing recruiting strategies, coaching, mentoring, and project management.

As a resident of New York City, Julie Zuckerberg has developed a wide range of interests outside her career that she enjoys, She is an avid runner through the streets of New York and also enjoys hiking in the surrounding areas. She loves photography, both taking her own photos and learning about the craft but also going to photography exhibits that always have something new to explore. Other things that she enjoys learning about and exploring are food, arts, and technology. She also enjoys spending time with her pets. Julie Zuckerberg is also engaged in the community through her philanthropic efforts. She supports a number of charities with both her time and her money. She also loves to be a part of social media and has active accounts on both Twitter and Facebook.

 

Dick Devos, a Philanthropist Who Cares Deeply About the Critical Role of Arts in Our Society

Arts are crucial parts of public education, ranging from visual arts, theatre, music, and dance. The art gives us a unique way to express and capture our emotions and passions. Arts allow us to explore new ideas and culture and bring joy in every aspect of our life.

 

It has been proven, not only arts education broaden students understanding of the world around them, but also enhance their understanding on traditional academics. Arts integrate learning and life for all students, and it forms an integral part of whole-person development. We must continue to find platforms for arts and partnership, for not only what it teaches our children’s but also for what for the role it plays in teaching us all about the world we live in.

 

John F. Kennedy Centre for the Performing Arts is one of the greatest platforms of arts. The centre was opened in 1971, and it is the busiest art facility across United State. The facility features a wealth of arts and performance, which include dance, jazz, folk music, ballet, orchestral, theatre, in addition to multi-media performance that cater for all ages. In a year, the Centre hosts more than 2000 performance and about 3 million visitors. Most of the visitors are schoolchildren in community outreach and education programs. The Centre represents an excellent way to which we can support artist and creation of art.

 

In 2013, the Centre announced an expansion plan of about $100 million. The plan includes construction of three new pavilions and a pedestrian bridge that will link Potomac River waterfront to the Centre. Moreover, the project includes dedicated classroom space, rehearsal space, and multipurpose rooms. The pavilions are to be built with Carrara marble and translucent Okalux light diffusing insulated glass. The fact that the project will be funded through donations sends a strong message of shared passions for arts in our community and the country.

 

Recently it was announced the goal for planned expansion had brown past its fundraising goal and upped its target by another $50 million. However, philanthropist such as Dick Devos, who earlier donated $22.5 million to the Centre to continue with its noble work of teaching arts have made more donations, and they are committed to seeing the project come to completion by 2018. I am thrilled to see people who have a keen interest in Kennedy Centre. It is blessing to have Americans such as Devos who cares deeply about the critical role of arts in our society.