WIB-Seattle: Great Performances: Parallels between the Arts, Sciences, and Management
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WIB-Seattle: Great Performances: Parallels between the Arts, Sciences, and Management

When: Tuesday, October 29, 2019
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. PST
Where: ATLAS Workbase
500 Mercer St
Seattle, WA  98109
United States
Contact: WIB-Seattle

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Join us for an interactive event with artists and scientists as they explore the parallels between their creative work, collaboration, leadership, and the demands of the modern business environment.

Stephanie Oestreich 
is both an Executive Vice President at Evotec and an accomplished violinist. She will demonstrate essential leadership skills through a musical performance. A symphony orchestra is a real-world example of teamwork, collaboration, discipline, learning, role clarity, execution, and true leadership in action between the conductor (leader) and musicians (team). This program will use exercises that facilitate a discussion between participants, conductor, and musicians about how playing in an orchestra mirrors a business environment.

To enhance the artistic environment, scientific illustration will be presented by Andrea Repetto and Abigail Wall, graduates of the University of Washington’s Natural Science Illustration program. This program combines the beauty of nature with the precision of scientific observation. The discipline and creativity needed to create great art translate directly into skills needed for great management. The results of these skills will be on display and the artists available for discussion.



5:30 p.m. -- Doors open, networking and refreshments
6:00 p.m. – Musical program with Stephanie Oestrich begins
7:00 p.m. – Networking and scientific illustration showcase
8:00 p.m. - Doors close


Speaker Bios 

Stephanie Oestreich

Oestreich is the Executive Vice President, Head of BRIDGES Partnerships North America for Evotec. Prior to Evotec, she worked as the International Business Leader for Avastin Breast and Gynecological Indications for Roche and held multiple different roles at Novartis. Oestreich holds a Ph.D. in Biochemistry from Freie Universitat in Berlin and an MPA from Harvard University. She is an accomplished violinist and in her spare time, brings her experience of music and management all over the world through her speaking engagements.

Abigail Wall

Wall is a Lab Data Coordinator currently supporting HIV/AIDS clinical trials for SCHARP. She has extensive experience with research data having worked as a Research Technician in a lab studying B cell responses in HIV vaccination at Fred Hutch Cancer Research Center and developing fluorescence in-situ hybridization methods at the Allen Institute. Wall has a Bachelor of Science in Biological Anthropology from Western Washington University and a Certificate in Natural Science Illustration from the University of Washington. When she’s not creating beautiful art, she enjoys mountaineering in the peaks around Seattle.

Andrea Repetto

Repetto is a Sr. Clinical Data Coordinator supporting HIV/AIDS clinical trials at SCHARP. Andrea has a background in non-human primate studies looking at responses to SHIV/HIV. For her Master’s research, she investigated population genetics and hemoglobin gene distribution in a species of duck in the Peruvian high Andes. Repetto has a Masters in Wildlife Biology from the University of Alaska Fairbanks and dual Bachelors degrees from the University of Washington, one in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and one in Geological and Earth Sciences. Repetto also holds a certification in natural science illustration from the University of Washington.

Pricing Information

Until October 21, 2019

  • Members: $25
  • Non-Members/Free Unlimited Guest Members*$55
  • Students: $15

Beginning October 22, 2019

  • Members: $35
  • Non-Members/Free Unlimited Guest Members*$65
  • Students: $25

 *To access the Member rate, click here to purchase a WIB membership.


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Parking Information


Mercer St Parking – 650 3rd Ave N Seattle, WA
$6/1 hour
$13/2 hours
$15/12 hours

Seattle Center Parking – 710 4th Ave N, Seattle WA
$7/2 hours
$10/10 hours

601 Aurora Ave N Parking – 603 Roy St Seattle, WA
$2/2 hours
$4/4 hours
$5/ evening after 6pm

Seattle Center 5th Ave N Garage – 516 Harrison St, Seattle, WA
$6/1 hour
$13/2 hours
$15/12 hours


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