Born and raised in Russia, Doe Deere arrived in the United States when she was 17 years old. Along with her mom and younger sister, they moved to New York City. Her mom, though, couldn’t find work as an accountant because she was unable to obtain her school records. While they found some work it wasn’t enough and the family ended up living in a homeless shelter in Manhattan.
Doe Deere says this was a really rough time in her life. She got through it by dreaming of becoming a fashion designer one day and would draw her creations. After six months a nonprofit, Sanctuary for Families, came to the rescue. They found her mom a job as an accountant, her younger sister got a full scholarship to Columbia University, and Doe Deere started attending the Fashion Institute of Technology.
They also were able to move out of the homeless shelter and into the Lehman Projects. This was a really rough neighborhood at the time but they had their own bedrooms and a kitchen so they were satisfied. Doe Deere says that things were finally going in a positive direction for the family.
She founded Lime Crime in 2008. This is a makeup company that became a huge success. She started this company in Los Angeles and grew it into one that has 35 people working for it. She says that she attained the American Dream and it is all because someone reached out and helped her family when they really needed it.
Today, Doe Deere is co-founding a new company, Poppy Angeloff. Her sister is her business partner for this company, also based in Los Angeles. They will be selling jewelry online that they craft themselves. She says that they are both petite women and that existing jewelry isn’t very attractive on smaller hands so they aim to solve this problem for others.
Poppy Angeloff is starting out as what Doe Deere calls an “invisible boutique“. Their website is presently invitation-only and they are hard at work expanding their Instagram presence. She is also a new mother so this is a very busy time in her life.
The esteemed Deutsche Bank Governing Faculty Procurement Lead, Ms. Julie Zuckerberg, has earned quite a reputation in the world of business. Ms. Zuckerberg is reputed for her discernment to work intimately with industry leaders in the restricted affluence category and the economic arena of service. Julie is uncommonly proficient at fostering mediation on a corporate level, in addition to high level directorial endeavors affecting industry colleagues. Julie Zuckerberg’s tempered guidance is regularly seen as being crucial for staffing, and her contracting methodology is accepted as having a sincerely positive outcome on the understanding of a company’s outlook on conduct, and oftentimes draws in a league of exceptionally gifted and remarkably specialized work force.
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Currently, Helane Morrison serves as the General Counsel, Managing Director and the Chief Compliance Officer for Hall Capital Partners, located in San Francisco. Hall Capital has been named as one of the most successful investment companies within California. One thing that makes the investment company unique is that it is entirely run by women, with Morrison starting at the firm in 2007. Before joining the firm, she had served as the head of San Francisco office of the Securities and Exchange Commission, holding this position from 1999 to 2007. While she was at the office of Securities and Exchange Commission, she was responsible for regulatory issues, fraud litigation and securities law enforcement for Northern California, and five other states in the Northwest. And before taking on the role at the San Francisco office of the Securities and Exchange Commission, she was the head of enforcement at the San Francisco SEC office, where she was from 1996 to 1999. The reason that Morrison first joined Hall Capital Partners, was due partly to the diverse leadership culture of the diversity of the firm within the financial industry. Another reason was that she realized nine years following the 2007-2008 market crash investors after the crash seemed to have not regained their confidence for financial professionals within the industry. One of the goals she had going into her position at Hall Capital was to help in restoring the public’s confidence when investing in the financial market. She has
the belief that her current position will help in her accomplishing these goals. Morrison is a justice trailblazer, and she carries the fight against corporate crimes in whatever position that she has held.
In her early career, Helane graduated for the Northwestern University in Chicago with her Bachelors of Science Degree in Journalism. Following her undergraduate work, she went on to the University of California in Berkeley, where she received her J.D. from the school of law. While she was earning her J.D. she worked as the editor-in-chief for the California Law Review. After she had passed the bar, her first job out of school was as a law clerk at Hon. From 1984 to 1985, she worked for Richard Posen, who was part of the US Court of Appeals in the Seventh District. And then from 1985 to 1986, she worked for Harry Blackmun, who served as Supreme Court Justice. Following Helane Morrison‘s time working for Blackmun, she joined the Howard, Rice, Nemerovski, Canady, Flak and Rabkin law firm from 1986-1996, before starting at the office for Securities and Exchange Commission.