Most organizations, especially in the sector of finance, have key attention on selecting the best talent in the job market. While it may sound easy, recruitment calls for a keen eye to details like the demands of the hiring client. Julie Zuckerberg is a career executive who is talented with the right expertise to find the right talent for organizations. She has successfully worked with various organizations with the aim of acquiring the best talent for clients. Her efforts in selecting the right talent can be seen in her experience and her job group. Presently, Julie Zuckerberg is the lead talent recruiter and vice president of Deutsche Bank.
Julie’s career can be described as a long journey filled with vast experiences from executive job titles. Her success roots from her strong academic credentials. The alumnus of the City University of New York in Brooklyn College majored in philosophy. Julie advanced her education at the Law School of New York where she attained her degree in Doctor of Jurisprudence. This is a graduate entry in law. She developed an interest in recruitment after graduating college. Julie is passionate about training people how to monitor as well as acquire talent. From executive sourcing to interviewing skills, employee training, conflict resolution, and succession plan in addition to salary negotiation. Following her vast knowledge in tracking applicant’s systems, Julie Zuckerberg is a sure bet when it comes to executive talent acquisition. Her professionalism in the field of acquiring smart and hard working employees is unmatched.
Julie Zuckerberg’s career commenced at Hudson. She was in the lead director in charge of placement. She served the organization for approximately five years. This was between 2002 and 2007. Julie’s role at Hudson included being the head recruiter of paralegals, accountants as well as attorneys. She extended the same services to several organizations. Julie’s clients stemmed from not only large but small financial institutions. Many firms relied on her services. Clients approached her for conflict resolution.
When she left Hudson, Julie became part of Citi Global Functions. She was the executive recruiter as well as vice president. She was the head hunter of an executive department at Citi Global. Julie oversaw the recruitment of senior staff in various departments including auditing and legal compliance. She was in charge of recruiting the director as well as managing director of the firm. She was also in charge of recruiting consumer marketers. Through the implementation of innovative strategies, Julie landed a massive social media platform for recruitment. She used the platform for employee referrals, internet search as well as direct sourcing. Julie left Citi Global Functions in 2011. She then extended her services to Citi Global Consumer Bank.
Before Julie joined the Deutsche Bank, she worked at New York Life Insurance. She was in charge of recruitment division. Her roles at Deutsche Bank including recruitment in global technology as well as operations, dealing with commercial clients and controlling private wealth. She is also in charge of managing professional recruiters. Julie Zuckerberg uses her best practices in head hunting. She is highly recognized in the industry of recruitment.
After about a year living in Japan because Kim Dao wanted to have the experience of living there, she decided to leave. Kim Dao wants to return home to Australia . She expects to be with friends and family before she does some more traveling. Kim Dao plans to spend a week in South Korea and another seven weeks traveling through Europe. In the middle of her European trip, she will have to return to South Korea for a special project that will last a week.
Kim Dao’s European trip will include visiting such cities as London, Prague, Florence, Denmark, and Berlin. She’ll probably add more cities to her agenda as the day to leave draws near. We’ll get to travel through Europe by way of Kim Dao’s vlogs. While in Europe, Dao plans to have meetups with her viewers who live in the European cities she’ll visit. Once she returns from her trip, Kim Dao will return to Korea. She’ll pack up the rest of her personal things and return to Australia for good. Dao plans to move into her own apartment with her boyfriend. Learn more: http://kimdao.tumblr.com/
Dao doesn’t want to completely leave Japan behind and will visit there about once a year. The vblogger still wants to continue to demonstrate Japanese makeup for her viewers. Her move from Japan will be bittersweet because of all the friends Dao had met in Japan, who she credits for staying their as long as she did. Stay tuned for more exciting videos to come. Learn more: http://socialblade.com/youtube/user/kimdao
Sheldon Lavin is the OSI Group’s chairman and CEO. He has been with the food supplier for more than 43 years. Lavin had previously worked in the banking and financial services industry. Lavin became involved with the OSI Group in the 1970s when the company was seeking financing to construct a meat processing facility to help them expand the meat products they provided to McDonald’s.
Initially, Sheldon Lavin acted as a consultant to the company and in 1975 he became a partner. As the OSI Group expanded their operations into Europe, Asia and South America in the late 1970s and early 1980s, Lavin purchased a controlling interest and eventually took over the company.
Under the leadership of Sheldon Lavin the OSI Group expanded their reach into Australia, Brazil, China, India, Japan, the Philippines and South Africa. They also diversified the services they offered and became the world’s largest protein supplier to McDonald’s. Lavin has also been the moving force behind having the company build
80 facilities located in 17 countries and the hiring of over 20,000 employees. He has also helped to develop the OSI Group’s unique culture where the staff is treated like a global family. He is also very proud that the OSI Group has very little staff turnover and most employees stay with the company for many years. This harkens back to OSI’s origin as Otto & Sons meat market that was located in the Chicago area.
But Sheldon Lavin is much more than just a businessman. He is a husband, father of three and a grand father. He is also a committed philanthropist that gives generously of his time and resources to charities like the Ronald McDonald House Charities, The National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Boys and Girls Clubs of Chicago, the Inner City Foundation of Chicago, Jewish United Fund, United Negro College Fund, Evans Scholarship Fund and countless other local and national charities.
Among Sheldon Lavin’s many awards, he considers the 2016 Global Visionary Award and the 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award he was given for his commitment and service to the Chicago business community, the most meaningful.
Eva Moskowitz, the founder and the Chief Executive Officer of Success Academy Charter Schools, is known for making an education revolution in New York with her charter schools. It was an incredible journey as she founded the first charter school in Harlem in 2006, and currently, it has grown to 34 schools with more than 11,000 children. In every school we are seeing high proficiency scores! Her students are outperforming others, and the Success Academy schools are considered to be one of the best schools in the state. Eva Moskowitz framed the school concept for the children from struggling families, and most of her students are winning greatly by fighting against the odds. Their scores are crushing even those students who are students of other schools from affluent backgrounds.
Moskowitz says what prompted her to dedicate the time for education. Earlier, she ran for New York City Council and became the chair of the education committee. She could spot many issues with the public-school establishment including the union contracts made with the teachers, the staff, and the principals. Eva Moskowitz noted many malpractices in the contracts along with other issues, and that it was affecting the quality of education in public schools. Therefore, she decided to give a great education environment to the poor kids and opened the first charter school in 2006 with 165 children. Eva Moskowitz framed the school subjects and surroundings with her ideals. She wanted the kids to be great readers, mathematicians, writers, and discovery-oriented scientists. Additionally, Eva ensures that the children are displaying high moral character and being self-reflective to their emotions.
The children take chess as an academic subject, as Eva Moskowitz knows it advances strategic thinking. The schools conduct debates on different topics which hundreds of students are encouraged to participate in improving their knowledge, communication, and interpersonal skills. Eva made sure that the schools are using its own curriculum by analyzing various textbooks on from all subjects. Each class has a clear focus on explanation and student discourse, and the children are pressed to go for reasoning. Eva Moskowitz completed her graduation from the University of Pennsylvania. She did her Ph.D. at Johns Hopkins University in American history and became a history professor for gifted minority students before actively taking up the public life.