Category: Women in Business

Julie Zuckerberg; a talent acquisition expert

Julie is a person of great experience and skills, especially in the talent acquisition department. She has over 16 years in the business and still growing strong.

She attended the New York Law School and also the City University of the NewYork- Brooklyn Colleges where she did her philosophy studies.

Her career begun soon after in 2002 and ever since she has climbed the corporate ladder. She first joined the Hudson Company where she was the director of Candidate Placement. She participated in the recruitment of different personnel including paralegals, case managers, and attorneys. She was also involved with coaching and counseling for the employees. She worked in this position for five years before leaving and joining the Citi group.

She was with the company for six years, but for those years she held two positions. Between 2007 and 2011 she was operating as the Citi Global Functions as an executive recruiter. Later, from 2011 to 2013 she was the executive recruiter for the Citi Global Consumer Bank. She was charged with the responsibility of recruiting for the director and management roles. Julie developed and carried out negotiation of job offers. She also acted as the Vice President of the recruitment department.

When he left the Citi group in 2013, he joined the New York Life Insurance Company she was the corporate Vice President. As a VP she managed to offer life cycle recruiting for the company. Her stay with the company was short-lived as she worked for four months before advancing her career.

For one year, she was the vice president, talent acquisition and executive recruiter for the Deutsche Bank. She was responsible for the hiring manager. She also partnered with different business partners to create a corporate relationship for the bank. She was involved with managing contracts

She is currently the executive talent acquisition for the private, wealth and commercial clients of the Deutsche Bank. She was promoted to this position in November 2015. She has managed to counsel the leadership of the bank. She also managed to provide practices that will enable the bank to increase proficiency to attract the top talent. Julie also works with other recruiters and coordinators to hire the right candidates.

Interests

In addition to being a corporate woman, Julie Zuckerberg has developed great interests that keep her busy when she is not at work. The different things that she cares about include;

v Animal Welfare

v Economic Empowerment

v Science and Technology

v Human rights

v Arts and Culture

v Civil rights and social action

She has joined different professional groups that have also helped her improve her professional skills. They include; Recruiter, Corporate recruiters, Ethics, Human Resources, LinkedIn HR, Citi Alumni, recruiting professionals and Society of Corporate.

What has propelled her success is the skills that she has developed and they include;

v Leadership

v Talent management

v Talent acquisition

v Team leadership

v Executive Staffing

v Recruiting

v Conflict resolution

v Coaching

v Management

v Human resources

v Global talent acquisition

v Governance

 

Malini Saba is a Shining Beacon of Success for Women and Business People in General

Malini Saba is known for being one of the world’s most successful investors and one of its most generous philanthropists. In a recent article appearing on the Huffington Post, Saba was profiled for her success in the business world, but also her work with charitable organizations all over the world. The article focused primarily on her work as Chairman of Saban, a major international conglomerate which has holdings in several countries including the United States, China, Autralia, and India.

 

Born in South Asia, she is passionate about the work both in the boardroom and in the charity world. She founded Stree: Global Investments in Women in 2001. The foundation focuses its energies on the advancement of women around the world, specifically low-income and at risk women with children. The foundation which has been recognized by former president Bill Clinton and Jordan’s Queen Noor for its work in providing access to legal aid, healthcare and a forum for the exchange of ideas, Stree is the embodiment of everything that Saba holds dear to her heart.

 

In 2004 she toured the tsunami-ravaged island of Sri Lanka and pledged ten million to help the nation recover. As if this wasn’t enough to help the people of the world this tireless advocate of the advancement of mankind has also been instrumental in the development of healthcare research for South Asians by donating one million dollars to El Camino Hospital in California in 2005. This program is the first of its kind to exist and would not be so if it were not for the gracious gift from Saba.

 

Of course, she is more than just a kind soul to charities. She is also a tireless and hungry executive who has a keen sense of pure business acumen which has led her to the kind of success even her male counterparts often only get to dream of. She was raised in Australia and moved to the US when she was just 19 years old to pursue her education, renting a small apartment outside of the Stanford University campus. When she arrived in the states she had only 200 dollars to survive on, today she is one of the wealthiest women in the world.

 

She was one of the first investors in PayPal, Sycamore Networks, and Netscreen Technologies (now owned by Juniper Networks. Every project that she gets involved in turns golden under her ministrations Saban is no exception now holding investments in industries including oil, natural gas, technology, real estate and more making it one of the most diverse, profitable and economy resilient conglomerates around today.

 

Saba is a true leader both in the world of business and in philanthropy. She is that rare breed of ultra-successful person who not only knows that it’s important to give back, but actually gets it in their heart as to why. She is an example for the rest of the top echelon to follow.