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Around The Globe With Julie Zuckerberg

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Julie Zuckerberg knew from the beginning that she wanted to work with people and has taken her career seriously as a recruitment specialist, helping thousands of people just like you and I. She has worked hard over the years to help reduce attrition for many businesses and focus on putting the right people in the right position. She attended New York Law School, but obtained her degree in Philosophy at the City University of New York – Brooklyn College. Julie started her career in late 2002 working for a company called Hudson, where she was the Director of Candidate Placement. Her work involved recruiting attorneys, paralegals and case managers. While working closely as the link between employees and her clients, she soon found her passion and made it her personal goal to help every person she encountered as their recruiter, to find that perfect job!

 

After spending five years working with Hudson, she made a career move that eventually landed her the position of Vice President and Executive Recruiter for Citi Global Consumer Bank. She started recruiting for senior level positions in legal, compliance and auditing. She then took on a bigger role at Citi, doing the full life-cycle recruiting for the Directors and Managing Director positions for CitiCards and the Citi Global Consumer Marketing. She worked sourcing talent both locally and globally, and recruited many times through international connections. After being with Citi Global Consumer Bank for a little over six years, she craved something a little different and moved onto her next big career challenge. She worked briefly with New York Life as an experienced recruiting lead, as well as the Corporate Vice President. But that wasn’t what she really desired and she left New York Life four months later to join the likes of Deutsche Bank, where she is still currently employed as the Executive Talent Acquisition Lead: Private, Wealth & Commercial Clients, Asset Management and GTO. She works side by side with some of the biggest company names known and provides extensive, strategic direction and coaching to the team of recruiters she is helping develop. She collaborates with business leaders throughout the industry to find and place the top talent within that line of work.

 

Aside from the many roles that Julie Zuckerberg currently has at Deutsche Bank, from client management to implementing best practices into all the recruitment management. She also finds time to volunteer to help causes like animal welfare, human rights, civil rights and social action. She is interested in arts and culture, as well as science and technology. Julie has found her passion both within the workplace, as well as socially and enjoys making a difference in people’s lives.

 

February 14, 2017

Lime Crime Brand Tastes Sweet Enough To CEO/Founder Doe Deere

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Many people believe that e-commerce is the wave of the future when it comes to building a successful brand. Knowing your way around social media also reaps huge benefits, and Doe Deere is excellent at both. The young, Russian born businesswoman launched Lime Crime makeup in 2008 and has slowly risen to the top, where the big girls play.

Doe Deere gave an interview to GuestofaGuest.com, to talk about pursuing a dream and how she skillfully developed hers. We have learned that Doe Deere was attracted to bright colors and fantastical creatures as a child, She enjoyed playing with and applying makeup on herself and her friends. At age 13, she knew that ink was a hot trend and began selling temporary tattoos to her classmates.

At 17, Doe Deere moved to New York City, and from there, she dreamed big and began dabbling in her favorite things. Doe Deere sold her own fashions through Ebay and later joined a rock band, where she met her future husband. She pursued creative freedom in all its aspects.

Doe Deere enjoyed colorful makeup to go with her colorful locks and wild fashion. The only problem was, NYC didn’t even sell a wide variety of vivid cosmetics. So, Doe Deere began designing her own Lime Crime makeup brand with radically crazy color palettes. She was hoping that other young women and men might share her edgy, hip concept of adornment. Doe Deere was right; in fact, she quickly developed a worldwide following.

Today, Lime Crime’s Instagram page reveals more than 2.4 million followers. Doe Deere and her brand have become social media darlings. Makeup fanatics enjoy sending selfies wearing her sparkly eye shadows and sexy liquid matte lipsticks. These lip colors are so wild, they go beyond the normal beauty spectrum. Alien Green, Peacock, Squash, Cement and Banana are just a few of these stunning lips shades that last and last into the night.

Lime Crime has also just introduced new lipsticks with cool, prismatic technology. They are called Diamond Crushers and reflect light in the most flattering way. These iridescent lip toppers are gorgeous and come in six, sexy shades. You can check them out here. Just a quick swipe, and you’re radiating like a super star.

Lime Crime is an independent makeup company based in Los Angeles. It’s proud to be both vegan and cruelty-free makeup.

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November 21, 2016

The Colorful World of Doe Deere

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If you care about bold fashion and makeup, you know about Doe Deere. And if you haven’t heard of her yet, get ready to become one of her Unicorns (fans of Doe). Doe is the founder and CEO of Lime Crime Cosmetics: not bad for a woman who started with a DIY fashion line on eBay only 12 years ago. Fast forward to 2016 and Lime Crime has been in business for 8 years providing gorgeous, bold makeup to women of all ages.

Doe’s love for color, enhancing beauty, and creating cruelty-free cosmetics earned her the status of Top Inspiring Female Entrepreneurs by Self-Made magazine. Her love of makeup started early; she has always been one to do things her way no matter what others around her think. Follow Doe’s anti-rules for great looks that go against the norm:

Bold Lips and Bold Eyes DO work together: Color is fun so don’t be afraid to mix your favorite, bright colors together to create a beautiful and memorable look for your face.
Add color (and lots of it) in all of your choices: Though you don’t want to go overboard, mixing colors within your look can be beautiful. Be sure to coordinate, such as pink and green or peach and periwinkle for unicorn-like gorgeousness.
While you’re mixing it up, throw in those patterns: Many traditionalists will say mixing patterns is a no-no, but when done well can be amazing. Doe recommends picking patterns that are within the same color family as a starting point for breaking this rule.
Socks are not just for your sneakers: You may have worn socks with your dressier shoes as a child, and now is the time to return to the trend. Your colorful tights and socks deserve to be shown, even with open-toed shoes.
If you’re rocking a fun hair color, don’t just wear black: You’re clearly bold and confident with your hair choice, and that doesn’t mean that your clothes now need to be neutral. Keep paying attention to how your hair complements the colors you choose, but don’t shy away from color.
Dress your age…or just dress how you want to: Don’t limit yourself because something seems to be for a certain age group. Wear what makes you feel good and don’t worry about what others think.
Wear your special items whenever you want: We all have things in our closet that we label for special occasions, but why wait to wear it? For example, add a sweater to your favorite formal dress and wear it to dinner with the family.

If Doe Deere teaches us only one thing, it is that the rules of fashion and beauty are made to be rewritten.

December 29, 2015