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Julie Zuckenberg is an accomplished talent acquisition leader at Deutsche Bank. She was educated at the City University of New York-Brooklyn College in philosophy. She applies her education in her job of evaluating who would be best to work for the company. She has acquired many skills like employee training, mentoring, recruitment strategies and economic empowerment.

 

One of her first jobs in the HR field was for Hudson. She worked as a Director of Candidate Placement for the law firm. She recruited qualified attorneys, case managers and other support staff. She was responsible for explaining job duties, working conditions and company benefits. She was also responsible for overseeing legal compliance with local laws.

 

In 2007, she moved on to Citi Global Functions as an executive recruiter. She was responsible for recruiting directors and managers for much of her career at the company. She was an advisor to the senior staff on how to take advantage of certain recruiting and compensation trends. She was responsible for international talent seeking. She was also in charge of fee negotiation from talent search firms.

 

In 2011, she had also been moved over to Citi Global Consumer Bank to carry out new responsibilities. She still maintains recruitment for the legal and compliance departments of the company. She had also learned to take advantage of online resources and social media to aid in the recruitment process.

 

In 2013, she signed on with New York Life Insurance Company as a Hire Recruiting Lead. She handled all nationwide hiring for experienced roles for the company. She planned out all of the recruitment strategies and offer developments. She worked alongside with senior staff to understand the recruitment needs of the company.

 

In 2014, she was an executive recruiter for US Talent Acquistion. She managed recruitment for a wide variety of corporations and business fields. She created recruitment strategies for the management of different companies to meet certain demands. She would lead the way to meet recruitment objectives of their projects.

 

Her Executive Talent Acquisition Lead role at Deutsche Bank has been her latest and most successful gig. Since 2015, she has taken on a wide variety of responsibilities for this mega-bank. She collaborates with affiliated clients from multiple types of industries. She also maintains the primary recruitment operations of the company.

 

Of course, Julia has more interests other than just her corporate life. She has fond love for animals, as you can see in her Instagram profile picture. She has spent some time volunteering and contributing to charitable organizations as well.

 

Helane L. Morrison is a well-recognized professional in the legal and securities sector. She has been working with the Securities and Exchange Commission since 1996 and has served at the San Francisco District Office as the director of enforcement programs for the past three years. Morrison’s is a diligent person, and her efforts have been recognized by the SEC, which made her be the district’s chief. Her promotion was announced by the chairman of the SEC, Arthur Levitt.

 

The new position will make Morrison head of the examination and enforcement plans that are under the authority of her office in San Francisco. Her jurisdiction is in Oregon, Alaska, Washington, Idaho, North California, Northern Nevada, and Montana. The San Francisco division is part of the Pacific Region, which is headquartered in Los Angeles. David Bayless was the former head of the office, and he had served it for five years before quitting in June to join the Morrison & Forester law company.

 

Helane has spearheaded various inquiries since she was employed by the SEC in 1996. Her investigations led to law enforcement against Dean Witter, California Micro Device’s auditor, and Republic Securities of New York. Before joining the SEC, Morrison worked as a lawyer, and she offered her services to clients who were litigated by the SEC. She also represented individuals who had securities class action cases and assisted securities experts who were carrying out investigations on behalf of the SEC. Helane also offered representation in arbitrations to defend agents and brokerage firm in lawsuits that were filed by their clients. She worked for the Howard, Rice, Nemerovski, Canady, Falk & Rabkin law firm, which has its offices in San Fransisco. Other positions that she has held in the legal sector include being the clerk of Justice Richard A. Posner and Justice Harry Blackmun of the U.S. Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court respectively.

 

Morison is currently 46 years old, and she is one of the few females who have managed to work for the SEC. The rest are Valerie Caproni of Los Angeles, Mary Keefe of Chicago, and Carmen Lawrence of New York. The SEC has increased its number of employees in the San Francisco from 30 to 60 in last five years. Helane said that amount of work in the examination and enforcement has currently increased. The investigation staff inspects books of mutual funds, brokerage companies, and investment advisors. It then passes information to the enforcement staff to take the necessary action.