Squaw Valley is one of many ski resorts that are located in Placer County in Olympic Valley, California. It is just one of the many resorts that felt the ill effects of heavy rain and snow fall in October. The heavy rain and snow caused water supplies in the mountain region to become contaminated. This occurred after the resort had made an upgrade to the entire water system. The owners of the resort moved quickly to resolve the problem. Luckily the problem in Squaw Valley was contained before it ever made it to the public.
Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows does own two other ski camps in the area, but the issue is being resolved with the help of the Placer County Environmental Health and the Squaw Valley Public Service Department. Customers at the two camps, which include High Camp and Gold Coast, are given free bottled water to drink. The guests are also notified of the problem, and the restaurants are closed. The water supply is constantly being monitored for E. coli, which at this time is not present. Because the owners of the resort moved quickly to solve the problem no health issues were ever reported in any of the Squaw Valley camps.
In a statement given by the director of Placer County Environmental Health it was explained that all of the systems will be up and running as soon as they pass extensive testing as no bacteria will be permitted. The water supply is being treated continuously. Flushing of the system with chlorine treatments and putting sodium hydro-chloride in the water is part of that treatment plan. With this on-going water treatment the company expects the entire system to up and running soon.
Julie is a career woman who has conquered many stereotypes to get to where she is. Talent and Recruitment are her forte, and she has managed to help the different companies hire the best talents in the financial world.
Julie is the current Executive Recruiter at the Deutsche Bank. She has been able to build her career through experience. Julie doesn’t have a background education in recruitment or talent acquisition. While in the college, she pursued a Bachelor Degree in Philosophy. Julie later developed an interest in law, and that is when she took up law at the New York School of Law.
She joined the Deutsche Bank, New York City in 2014. Julie has managed to train and counsel the management on the topic of governance and the recruitment services. She has also managed to lead negotiations of the of the managing director level.
Coaching is never an easy task, but, Julie has managed to train the recruitment teams at the bank. She has also provided them with strategic direction on the hiring process.
Her career in recruitment began in 2002 when she joined the Hudson Company. She was the Director of Candidate placement at the Company. Her main responsibility in the Company was to recruit the paralegals, case managers, attorneys and their support staff. Julie managed to provide guidance and resolve any problems between the clients and also the employees according to the law. She successfully counseled the employees and motivating them about the job. Not only did Julie find opportunities for different people, she helped them understand the jobs description and also the benefits that they were going to receive. Julie resigned from the Company after a better opportunity presented itself at Citi Group.
Julie worked for Citi Group for six years, and she managed to work in two different positions. She was first employed as the Executive Recruiter of the Citi Global Functions. She provided manager and director recruiting services. Julie also managed to counsel the management on a creating job description. In 2011, she acceded to the position of Executive Recruiter at the Citi Global Consumer Bank. Her primary role at the Company was to advise the management on the recruitment strategies, talent, and competitive markets. Julie provided direction for the complex job offers.
For a brief moment, Julie worked for the New York Life Insurance Company as the Experienced Hire Recruiting Lead and Corporate Vice President. While at the Company, she collaborated with the Company management to analyze client needs and come up with solutions to solve the issue. Julie was responsible for running the recruitment process. It was after she left the New York Life Insurance Company that she joined the Deutsche Bank.
Julie has developed other interest that she engages in outside of her day to day work schedule. She loves photography, running, technology and arts. She also cares for the animal welfare, economic issues, human rights, economic empowerment, social action, science, and also culture.
Boraie Development, LLC (https://www.bloomberg.com/profiles/companies/0601263D:US-boraie-development-llc) is one of the most popular real estate development companies the United States. This New Jersey real estate firm focuses on the New Brunswick area where the post-modern architectural developments have transformed the skyline. The company has a long-term plan to revitalize the urban parts of New Brunswick. Most importantly, Boraie Development, LLC develops the multi-use architectural developments that come with residential, commercial, and retail spaces. In addition, these mixed-use developments have adequate recreation features that attract the local community.
With expansive gardens, amphitheater, and movie theaters, the developments at Brunswick have made a huge impact in the metropolitan area. The apartments are available for both sale and rent. By developing an expansive architectural concept, Boraie LLC meets the needs of many people in New Jersey and New Brunswick. Since the Brunswick area has been experiencing an economic downturn, the efforts of Boraie Development have started to bear fruit in their quest to revitalize the city, reveals PR News.
Sam Boraie has also created a lot of jobs for the residents of Atlantic City. With so many projects in various phases of construction, this company employs many people who offer various services. Besides his philanthropic initiatives, Sam Boraie has become a renowned real estate developer whose projects have started an economic revolution in Atlantic City. Boraie has initiated an array of projects to ensure that the city continues to grow. One of the best ways to improve the economy of a city is to investing some community development projects that attract a large number of people. Recreational facilities are instrumental when it comes to attracting people to these Boraie projects. A combination of retail and recreational features ensures that people are having a quality time while shopping. The inclusion of these retail and other commercial facilities in a residential setting also improves the lifestyles of the residents. Since the residents have offices, recreational features, and retail facilities at their disposal, they can enjoy the convenience of mixed-use developments. Such architectural concepts are instrumental in the modern and high-end real estate projects.
Philanthropy is a key tenet of Boraie development LLC. Sam Boraie is an Egyptian-born real estate developer and philanthropist who practices in the United States. Besides initiating new projects for his company, Sam also dedicates his time to the charitable organizations where he sits on the board. Sam Boraie is a key member of the Elijah’s Promise, a benevolent organization that fights poverty in various communities in New Jersey. The charitable organization hopes to eliminate hunger, create jobs, provide safe foods, and encourage individuals to undertake self-improvement initiatives, among other social benefits. Sam Boraie sits in the Elijah’s Promise board where he initiates a host of philanthropic projects that help the entire community. Considering his busy and hectic schedule, it is hard to understand where he gets time for philanthropy. However, Sam Boraie dedicates plenty of time in the charitable organizations where he crafts and implements a host of sustainable development projects. More info about Sam on his crunchbase page.