When Julie Zuckerberg was an undergraduate student at the City University of New York-Brooklyn College nearly 20 years ago, she had no idea the kind of success she would have in the corporate world. Sure, she had the confidence, the smarts, and the drive to succeed at whatever she planned to do. She couldn’t have dreamt that she would have climbed the corporate ladder to the point where she was one of the most successful corporate recruiters in New York City.
Perhaps that is why she is such a great fit at Deutsche Bank where she is currently the Executive Talent Acquisition Lead. She no longer actively recruits talent for clients as she did for years at Deutsche Bank, New York Life Insurance Company, Citibank and Hudson. She now is the mind that large private equity firms and investment banks turn to when they need to train their talent acquisition teams. She is the go to person; the expert in her career field. If you have a question about hiring strategies, proficiency, and how to attract top quality talent then you turn to Julie Zuckerberg.
Julie graduated from Brooklyn College and New York Law School before she began her career at Hudson, heading their Human Resources department as the Director of Candidate Placement. She was in charge of recruiting legal talent (attorneys and paralegals mostly) and placing them with law firms, corporations, and financial institutions. After five years she took her talents to the Citibank and was an executive recruiter. She spent six years bringing the best and brightest executives to one of the largest banks in the world. Next, for a short period of time, she was an Experienced Hire Recruiting Lead for the New York Life Insurance Company.
In November of 2013, Julie moved onto her current company, Deutsche Bank, as Vice President of Talent acquisition. For nearly 2 years she formed relationships with hiring managers and advised them of best practices in recruitment and hiring. She moved into her current role with Deutsche Bank in November of 2015. All of her years of hard work have yielded great returns for Julie and she continues to climb the corporate ladder.
In her free time, Julie enjoys volunteering with animal rights groups and the vast amount of arts that New York City provides.