Julie Zuckerberg is an executive talent acquisition manager at Deutsche Bank. Zuckerberg graduated from City University of New York-Brooklyn College with a Philosophy degree, then went on to law school at New York Law School. With the help of mentors, Zuckerberg is a very talented person when it comes to her interviewing skills, leadership, employee training, and conflict resolutions. Her skills have helped her tremendously throughout her career throughout the years at the many companies she was employed at. These skills help her manage teams, train people in her group who are recruiters, resolve issues, and help strategies for talent acquisition move forward.
She has been employed at the Deutsche Bank since 2014. Part of her job is to communicate with companies to develop talent acquisition strategies and improvements globally. Another one of her tasks is to train a team of professional recruiters that she manages in the company. Prior to being employed with Deutsche Bank, Zuckerberg started her career as director of candidate placement in November of 2002 through October 2007. Her clientele included reputable law firms, large corporations, and other financial institutions.
In late 2007, Zuckerberg moved on to Citi Global Functions as Executive Recruiter until 2011. During this timespan, Zuckerberg had offered recruiting services for directors and
managing director positions at CitiCards and Citi Global. Between 2011 and 2014, she was employed with Citi Global Consumer Bank and New York Life Insurance Company as an executive recruiter for both companies. Zuckerberg joined the New York Life Insurance Company in 2013 and became a senior recruiter and eventually Vice President of the company. Her career background helps to give her a big shot at high position jobs in companies looking for someone experienced with talent acquisition.
Aside from her accomplishments in her work life, Zuckerberg does have her own personal life away from her office. She likes to volunteer for different charitable causes such as November’s breast cancer walk around the country. She also has a soft spot for animals and their well-being and advocates for civil rights and social action. Some of her hobbies include running and photography. She enjoys food and the arts. She has few social media accounts, but uses Twitter and Pinterest often. Another interest of hers is how technology helps advance industrial efficiency. There are many ways that technology does this such as designing a machine to sense when something is wrong or know how to build another machine like a car. These machines in industries need coding from technology in order to operate at peak efficiency, so this could be what interests Zuckerberg. Zuckerberg keeps a vivid life outside of her office, and board meetings with her hobbies and interests she cares deeply for that are important in the world.