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Talent Development and Recruitment
Michelle is currently in charge of recruitment for all levels (including interns) of L’Oreal USA’s 11 global brand development teams. She graduated in 2007 from Vassar College with a double major in Psychology and Jewish Studies and spent her pre-L’Oreal life at a communications consultancy firm. She has been with L’Oreal since 2011 and has a passion for mentoring and helping great talent navigate the job search. Her other passions include cooking and baby animals.
Perla is currently a recruiter for the Watch side of the business at Nielsen. She received her Bachelors from Montclair State University in 2006 and her Masters from Fairleigh Dickinson University in 2013. Perla began her career in the entertainment industry as an intern for Billboard Magazine and MTV Networks. After interning, she worked her way up to the lead role for Sony Music Entertainment’s internship program. In 2013, she moved over to NBCUniversal to be the lead recruiter for their internship program on the East Coast. Shortly after, she transitioned her career into full cycle recruiting with Nielsen.
Director, News Associates and Internship Program
Katie Curcio is the Director of the News Associate and Internship Program at CBS News. She is responsible for recruiting, hiring and placing college students at network bureaus and is also part of team that hires candidates for the CBS News Associates Program. During the past 14 years she held various positions at CBS News including Production Assistant in the Advertising and Promotion department and Page at the CBS Evening News with Dan Rather. Curcio received a Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Studies from New York University in 2000. She also earned a Master of Science degree from The Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in 2006, where she specialized in Broadcast.
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