Julie Zuckerberg is the US Talent Acquisition, Executive Recruitment Lead for Deutsche Bank in New York City. She has been an executive recruiter for 15 years and has applied her talents and knowledge at a number of companies in New York. She is a graduate of City University of New York-Brooklyn College where she graduated with a degree in philosophy.
Before arriving at Deutsche Bank, Julie Zuckerberg had also worked at Hudson, Citi, and New York Life Insurance Company. She has steadily advanced in her career and now leads the entire recruiting efforts at corporations like Deutsche Bank. When she began her career at Hudson she recruited for corporate legal departments and filled positions that needed attorneys, case managers, paralegals, and their support staff. She now recruits top executives and advises senior management.
Over the course of her career, Julie Zuckerberg has developed a breadth of knowledge, skills, and talent that is required in order to recruit executives. She leads Deutsche Bank’s efforts to attract top talent in the United States as well as internationally sourced talent including up to the Managing Director level of executives. The different departments at the bank that she recruits for include US Asset Management, Global Technology & Operations, Private Wealth and Commercial Clients, and Infrastructure. She is assisted by a team of recruiters that she is responsible for managing, coaching, and mentoring.
One of Julie Zuckerberg’s other roles at Deutsche Bank is to provide her expert advice to the New York leadership of the bank as well as its executive committees. This includes informing them of best recruitment practices as well that will lead to engagement with top talent from around the world and that fulfills the diversity needs of the bank.
Another area that Julie Zuckerberg has specialized in is developing and negotiating the complex job offers that are part and parcel of an executive pay package. These issues can be very complex as they include equity buyouts, deferred awards, immigration, claw backs, and relocation. She works hand in hand with human resources to solve some of these issues such as an immigrating executive.
Outside of her work, Julie Zuckerberg has developed a number of hobbies and interests. She is very interested in photography, both her own and others. She can often be found at photography exhibits where she can admire their work and apply what she has learned to her own photography. She also loves to travel both in the United States and internationally. She is also an avid jogger and can often be found on the streets of New York City running. She also loves exploring hiking trails in the greater New York area.
Another thing that Julie Zuckerberg takes time for is nonprofits. She supports a number of nonprofits with both her money and time. She was recently a part of the celebration of her associate Deborah Duncan who won the Advocate of the Year award as given out by the Non-Profit Development Center of Southern New Jersey.