An In-Depth Look at Executive Recruitment and Talent Acquisition Expert, Julie Zuckerberg

Julie Zuckerberg is an executive recruitment lead and talent acquisition leader at Deutsche Bank. She attended the City University of New Brooklyn College where she studies philosophy and later graduated with a law degree from the New York Law School. Since completing her college studies, Julie has had a successful career having worked for various organizations including Hudson, Citi, New York Life Insurance Company, and currently Deutsche Bank. Over the years, she has earned unmatched experience and knowledge in leadership, strategy, interviewing skills, employee training, succession planning, and applicant tracking systems, human resources, talent acquisition and conflict resolutions. Aside from her incredible career as a talent acquisition lead and executive recruiter, Julie spares sometimes for her hobbies. Her hobbies include arts, technology, running, and photography. She also spends a considerable portion of her free time in advocating for animal rights, civil rights, human rights, technology, science and economic issues.


Julie Zuckerberg began her career at Hudson after graduating from college. At Hudson, she served as the director of candidate placement. During her five-year tenure at the firm, she was responsible for recruiting attorneys, case managers, paralegals, and support staff for permanent and temporary positions with corporations, financial institutions, and law firms. Julie also served as the link between employees and clients in resolving workplace problems in compliance with legal requirements. Additionally, she also provided employees with information concerning promotions, benefits and working conditions. From time to time she counseled employees, resolved conflict as well as coaching the employees. After her tenure at Hudson, she left the company for Citi Global Consumer Bank. At Citi, she served as the executive recruiter from 2007 to 2011 before she was promoted to serve as vice president, executive recruiter, and NA professional. During her tenure at Citi, she was responsible for recruiting directors, advising senior business leaders on recruiting strategies, competitive markets, compensation trends and talent search. With her unprecedented experience, she helped the company in negotiating for complex job offers including claw backs, equity buyouts, relocation and immigration and deferred awards. The talented talent acquisition expert also sourced talents internationally as well as managing global relocation and expatriate issues.


In 2013, Julie left Citi for New York Life Insurance Company, where she served as hire recruiting lead and corporate vice president for two years. During her tenure, she partnered with management in analyzing client needs and providing creative business solutions, talent strategy planning, recruiting, offer development and execution. Julie also led the company in hiring of experienced roles in the agency’s national businesses. From April 2014, Julie has been working as the executive recruitment lead and talent acquisition expert at Deutsche Bank. At her current position, she leads development and negation of managing director level offer for US wealth and commercial clients, global technology & operations and asset management. Julie is also in charge of counseling leadership and executive committees about hiring and recruitment techniques that attract top talents from across the world. She also directs and coaches recruiting teams supporting director and below hiring within the front office and technology& operations. In all the positions she has held, Julie has always left unparalleled milestones that the firms boast. Julie Zuckerberg remains to be one of the most decorated talent acquisition and executive recruiter of all times.



Bruce Levenson’s AHBE Sues Insurance Company Over Settlement Claims

The Atlanta Hawks Basketball and Entertainment LLC (AHBE) filed a lawsuit against New Hampshire Insurance for breach of contract. AHBE previously owned the Atlanta Hawks. In a report by ESPN, the suit involved claims which were settled by general manager Danny Ferry and did not include the current owners of the Hawks. Bruce Levenson is a controlling partner of the former Hawks ownership group. See,

The suit was filed on September 13, 2016, in the Superior Court of Fulton County against the insurance company. The suit was a civil action for bad faith as well as breach of contract. In the suit, AHBE claims that the policy which it was insured under covered some losses linked with employment practices. The insurance company, also known as AIG, was given notice by AHBE on April 2, 2015.

As stated in the lawsuit, confidential limits of liability if the policy is enough to pay AHBE’s claim. It says that the insurance company refuses to acknowledge the policy has been triggered and that a claim was made. According to the lawsuit, AIG did not pay the covered loss without having a good reason. It also states that the insurance company had not reasonable basis to assert that a particular claim had not been made and that it was not covered. AHBE was also seeking an additional 50 percent fine for attorney fees and the unpaid losses.

Bruce Levenson was born in 1949 and is a businessman as well as a philanthropist. He was born in Washington D.C. to a Jewish family and was brought up in Chevy Chase, Maryland. He studied law at the American University and at the same time was employed by the Washington Press. He is a founding member and on the board of directors of TechTarget. Bruce and his wife Karen opened the School of Philanthropy and Non-Profit Leadership at the University of Maryland. For more info, go to


Celebrities And Their Meyers Briggs Personality Categories





  • INFP: Also known as mediators, people with INFP personalities tend to be idealists and are only represented by 4% of the population.  There are a ton of INFP famous people however, with plenty of notables that have likely done something you adore.


Examples: George R.R. Martin, Johnny Depp, Tim Burton



  • INTJ: Commonly referred to as architects, people with INTJ personalities form only 2% of the population and are imaginative, decisive, ambitious, and very private.


Examples of famous INTJ: Mark Zuckerberg, Russell Crowe, Jay-Z



  • ISTJ: The logisticians of the group, ISTJ personalities are practical, fact-conscious people who tend to be extremely predictable and reliable.


Examples: Robert De Niro movies, Morgan Freeman, Matt Damon



  • ISFJ: Also known as the defender, people with ISFJ personalities are dedicated people who protect the people they love with everything they have.


Examples: Anthony Hopkins, Kanye West, Kim Kardashian



  • INFJ: These advocates of the group tend to be quiet, mysterious, and inspiring.


Examples: Al Pacino, Cate Blanchett, Benedict Cumberbatch



  • ENFP: Also known as the campaigner, those with ENFP personalities are creative, sociable, and are the most likely to smile.


Examples: Ellen DeGeneres, Robin Williams, Daniel Radcliffe



  • INTP: As logicians, people with INTP personalities are calculated and innovative, always looking to learn more knowledge.