Angelia Wesch featured in King County Bar Association’s Women Making History series
Mon Apr 16, 2018
Angelia Wesch was featured in a series on women making history in King County Bar Association’s April Bar Bulletin. To read the full article, click here.
Angelia Wesch helps construction clients, real estate developers and property owners solve big, complex problems related to heavy civil infrastructure projects, differing site conditions, and delay and impact claims where knowledge of insurance coverage and insurance recovery strategies is essential. Her clients are responsible for some of the largest civil infrastructure and transportation projects happening today. They turn to Angelia for insurance recovery strategy to minimize disruption to their business. With deep understanding of the unique insurance issues facing the construction and real estate industry, Angelia offers clients an opportunity for an alternative dispute resolution mechanism that gets them back to running their business quickly.
Committed to advancing the role of women in the legal, real estate and construction industries, Angelia has been a member of Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) since 1995, previously serving as the Seattle and Sound Chapter President and a national CREW Network Board Member. As a co-founder of the CREW Seattle & Sound Leadership Development Program, Angelia has provided extensive training and professional development skills to women from the construction and commercial real estate industries. In 2015 she was named “Mentor of the Year” and is the recipient of the 2016 Career Advancement for Women Impact Award. Additionally, Angelia is an original member of Women Leaders in Construction, a networking group for women in the construction industry that serves more than 900 women.
As Managing Partner of the firm, Angelia is responsible for guiding the strategic direction of the firm to ensure it continues to be one of the West’s leading construction and government contracts law firms.