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Assistant Vice-President
Communications and Human Resources Department

When I finished high school in Italy, I decided to attend college in the States. After graduating, I arrived in NYC without a clear professional direction and without a job. My first interview was with Lenore Lofredo and Evan Lee at Accent International. Both Lenore and Evan distinguished themselves from most other professional recruiters in that they were not simply trying to place me somewhere. They were genuinely interested in my welfare and professional development. Through Lenore and Evan, I joined an Italian Bank as bilingual receptionist in 1989 and immediately started a management-training program that eventually led me to the Human Resource Department. I gained increasing responsibility throughout the eleven years I worked there as HR Generalist, as well as earning a Masters Degree in Human Resource Management.

I left the Italian Bank to join a dot.com in March of 2000. I learned a lot by seeing the company move from infancy to its early demise in the spring of 2001. I never imagined I would return to banking, but Evan and Lenore convinced me to at least consider an opportunity that they deemed perfect for me at DZ Bank AG, a German bank. When I met the HR Manager and other DZ persons, I was very impressed by their openness and cutting edge work philosophy. I joined DZ Bank in May of 2001 as Assistant Vice President in the Communications and Human Relations Department. I feel very fortunate to work at DZ Bank and thank Evan and Lenore for their support in my professional development.

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