A Look At Julie Zuckerberg’s Life

Julie Zuckerberg is a top executive recruiter at the Deutsche Bank in New York City. She has been in the recruitment industry for almost two decades. She showcases her knowledge and experience at some companies in New York.


She is mostly referred to as the US Talent Acquisition Specialist. She went to the New York City University in Brooklyn where she graduated with a degree in philosophy.


Zuckerberg worked at the Hudson City and New York Life Insurance Company before joining the Deutsche Bank in New York. In Hudson, she was in charge of recruiting for their corporate legal department and help employ qualified professionals to fill positions like paralegals, case managers, attorneys, and other support staff.


She also renders advice to senior management and recruits for top executives. Over the years, she has grown in her career and now heads the entire recruiting department at the Deutsche Bank.


In the course of her career, Zuckerberg succeeded in building a wealth of knowledge, talent, and skills which are needed for recruiting executives. At Deutsche Bank, one of Julie’s skill is the ability to attract top talent both internationally and in the United States.


The various departments that she recruited for at the bank include Private Wealth and Commercial Clients, US Asset Management, Infrastructure and Global Technology and Operations. She is not alone on this, greatly assisted by a team of recruiters which she is responsible for mentoring, managing, and coaching.


At Deutsche Bank, one of Zuckerberg’s many roles is to provide professional advice to the bank’s executive committees and leadership. This entails leading them to events with top talent from around the world as well as informing them of best recruitment practices that fulfill the diversity needs of the bank.


Another of her specialized roles include negotiating and developing the complex job offers that are among top executive pay package. Some of these issues can be complicated although they include immigration, relocation, deferred awards, equity buyouts, deferred awards, and clawbacks. She also works closely with human resources to solve some of the most difficult issues which include an immigrating executive.


Personal Hobbies and Activities


When Zuckerberg is not working, she usually finds time for charitable works. She takes the time to support quite some non-profits organizations and help out with both her time and money. Recently, she was a part of the celebration of her friend Deborah Duncan who took the award for the ” Advocate of the Year” award being given to Nonprofit Development Center of Southern New Jersey.


Zuckerberg has a couple of interest and hobbies. She enjoys photography, and she does it for fun. She is sometimes seen at photography exhibitions where she gets to admire the works of other photographers. She has used what she learned to improve her passion for photography. She loves exploring hiking trails in the best part of New York City, also love jogging and can often be seen running on the streets of New York City. She loves to travel both in the U.S and around the world.

The Untold Story of Hussain Sajwani

About Hussain Sajwani

Hussain Sajwani was born in 1956 to a middle class family in Dubai. He is the eldest son in a family of five. Hussain join the University of Washington to pursue a degree in Bachelor of Science in Economics and Industry Engineering in 1981. His interest in business started at a tender age. In fact, he would closely watch his father manage his shop. Hussain Sajwani family lives in Dubai.

After graduating from the university, Hussain Sajwani began his carrier as a contracts manger in GASCO, a subsidiary of Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC). Having gained enough managerial experience, Hussain ventured into business.

In 1982, he started a catering venture, which now ranks among the market leaders in the catering industry with over 200 projects under its management. The firm offers more than 150000 types of meals daily. Hussain’s catering business supplies its products to the Middle East, Africa, and the CSI.

Hussain Sajwani tenure at DAMAC Properties

In 2002, Hussain Sajwani founded DAMAC Properties, a world-class residential property developer. He took advantage of the increase in foreigners living in the Emirates as accommodation facilities were becoming scarce.

Hussain Sajwani, the DAMAC owner would target the non-Emiratis. While serving as the chairman of DAMAC properties, Hussain Sajwani donated two million through AED to provide clothing to one billion children across the world. The clothing campaign was initiated by DAMAC Properties and Emirates Red Crescent, a humanitarian organization founded in 1983.

Mohamed Abdullah Alhaj Al Zaroni, the manager of UAE Red Crescent recognized and appreciated Hussain Sajwani and DAMAC for their generosity. Mohamed was highly overwhelmed by the campaign and believed that it would bring impact to the society.

Today, DAMAC Properties has already completed 8890 units covering 9070264 sq. ft. Currently, DAMAC has 19136 units under construction across the Middle East region. Of 19136 units, 5193 were completed in 2013.