Angelia Wesch to moderate CREW Seattle & Sound’s Annual Women of Influence Luncheon
Tue May 30, 2017
On June 8, Oles Morrison Managing Partner and former CREW President, Angelia D. Wesch, will lead an intimate conversation with Judy Runstad, Of Counsel at Foster Pepper, and Kristin Jensen, Vice President of Development at Touchstone, at CREW Seattle & Sound’s Annual Women of Influence Luncheon.
Panelists will share stories about their own trials, tribulations and successes in climbing the male-dominated ladder in commercial real estate. We look forward to a lively discussion, providing an in-depth look into the careers of two of Seattle’s most successful women in commercial real estate. To learn more, visit CREW Seattle & Sound.
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. 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. For almost three decades, Angelia has helped clients resolve first and third party insurance coverage disputes, and litigate complex multi-million-dollar construction claims involving builder’s risk, commercial general liability, and errors and omissions (“E&O”) policies. Angelia also advises construction clients on contractual issues involving tenders of defense and indemnity, additional insured issues, and extra-contractual damages.
Angelia is a frequent speaker on insurance coverage and commercial real estate issues, a former CREW Seattle & Sound Chapter President and CREW Network Board Member, and a former Tacoma/Pierce County Economic Development Board Member. She received CREW Seattle & Sound’s 2015 “Mentor of the Year” and was awarded the CREW 2016 Career Advancement for Women Impact Award.