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Women Who Lead in Life Sciences - Shared screen with speaker view
Felicia Brown
28:52
Good morning and welcome to the SFBT annual Women Who Lead in Life Sciences event!
Siggi Reavis
29:48
Happy Friday and looking forward to this discussion. Thank you to our sponsors!
Dede
32:28
How long is this event?
Kevin Truong
33:26
Scheduled to go to to 11:30 a.m.
lisa vogel
34:41
Looking forward to this discussion, Lisa Wareham Development
Jen Landress, Biocom California
35:57
Looking forward to today's discussions and if anyone wants to connect on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/jenniferlandress/
COMCAST John Lengyel
39:01
Thanks Jen, Will do. Same goes for me. Open to new connections. John Lengyel on Linked In. Happy Friday everyone. stay safe out there. Cheers John
Ruby Cheema
39:50
Excited to be in your company today and looking forward to discussions/connect. https://www.linkedin.com/in/rubycheema/
Aarthi
40:10
www.linkedin.com/in/aarthib
Caitlin Quigley
40:56
Caitlin Quigley here, looking forward to connecting with folks! linkedin.com/in/quigleycaitlin
Kate Albee
42:03
Hello all, I’m here today representing Quezada Architecture, a woman- and minority-owned boutique design firm. We just started a large life sciences development in San Francisco and we are looking forward to getting to know more about this exciting market. www.qa-us.com
Kierstyn Moore
42:06
Thank you to the sponsors! Looking forward to this important conversation about women in life science!
violeta Jordan
42:12
Violeta Jordan is looking forward to connecting: violeta@aatbio.com
Roxanne Croze
42:15
Morning everyone! I'm very excited for today's 'breakfast.' I would love to connect, https://www.linkedin.com/in/roxanne-croze-phd-3030a07/
Katie Fraher
42:24
Happy to be a part of this important and impactful discussion. If you'd like to connect: https://www.linkedin.com/in/katiefraher/
Dede
43:43
Let's do this thing! https://www.linkedin.com/in/dede-tabor-realtor/
Raksha Shah
43:57
Happy to connect los:
Raksha Shah
44:00
https://www.linkedin.com/in/rakshashah/
Jessica Luetkemeyer
44:03
Good morning! Happy to connect: http://linkedin.com/in/jessica-luetkemeyer-a4ba41140
Kate Albee
44:25
Would love to meet you all! https://www.linkedin.com/in/kate-albee-8618a42a/
Raksha Shah
44:29
Happy to connect also: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rakshashah/
Janet McNicholas
44:56
So excited to be part of this community today! Looking forward to connecting with you - https://www.linkedin.com/in/janet-mcnicholas-0785037/
Jessica Scholz
45:02
Looking forward to connecting!
Jessica Scholz
45:06
https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessica-scholz-mba-76547912/
Karen Heintz
45:19
Looking forward to connecting https://www.linkedin.com/in/karenlheintz/
Patty Flinn
45:24
Hello everyone!I attending this important event in person last year and am happy to be here again, virtually!Let's connect via LinkedIn if you'd like to learn more about the California Life Sciences Association and our work towards Equity and Inclusion.https://www.linkedin.com/in/patriciaflinnsf?lipi=urn%3Ali%3Apage%3Ad_flagship3_profile_view_base_contact_details%3B9Idcu60GSjOWJ%2FXEWuMVyQ%3D%3D
Katherine Linne
46:04
Would be happy to connect, as well!https://www.linkedin.com/in/katherine-linn%C3%A9-236524100/
Todd Brantley
46:07
Very well said Nishta!
Alyssa Wheeler
46:57
Hello! I am here representing the American Cancer Society- Silicon Valley! Look forward to connecting! https://www.linkedin.com/in/alyssa-wheeler-49551210b/
Cynthia Cam
47:23
Happy to be part of this exciting group. Look forward to making new connections: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cynthia-alexander-phd-415a1980
Lee Asplund
47:38
Hello everyone - happy to connect! Lee Asplund, Women in Bio San Francisco Programming Chair and Regional Sales Engineer for the Hamilton Company. https://www.linkedin.com/in/leeasplund/
Lori Lindburg, CLSI
48:11
Love this event, thank you Mary, Ron and sponsors!Happy to connect with anyone around STEM, workforce & entrepreneurship with an eye towards racial & social equity - Lori Lindburg, California Life Sciences Institute: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lori-lindburg-2179539/
Dede
48:25
Thanks Ron! Can't have too many of ya!
Ashley Gidel
49:11
Hello Everyone! I am here representing Gidel & Kocal Construction Company. We are a women owned company located in the Bay Area that specializes in Life Science construction.
Dede
49:45
Let's talk! https://www.linkedin.com/in/dede-tabor-realtor/
Barbara Celona
50:00
Would be happy to connect! https://www.linkedin.com/in/barbara-celona/
Mary Huss
51:06
Our wish is that many great connections are made this morning! Thanks for being here, and so proud of the amazing women leaders and next generation in this impactful industry! Chat and connect!
Heather Dean
51:16
https://www.linkedin.com/in/heather-dean-9a14522/
Courtenay Carr Heuer
52:51
You are all such wonderful role models! I am with Scientific Adventures for Girls serving young girls in the East Bay - we are trying to engage more girls to go into STEM fields. Would love for you to visit one of our classes! Please email me if you would like to be a role model - ccarr@scientificadventures.org. Thank you for all you do!
Vickie Banti
53:01
Hello form Vickie Banti at MAI Construction. We build the spaces that all your brilliant minds work in. Here is a little bit about the latest space we did. Wareham was a great partner for us on this space. https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn%3Ali%3Aactivity%3A6775498743715266560/?commentUrn=urn%3Ali%3Acomment%3A%28activity%3A6775498743715266560%2C6775907461862973440%29&actorCompanyId=746258
Roberta Sala
53:29
Really happy to be here, thanks to the organizers and sponsors! This is Roberta, Instructor at Stanford University, current Women in Bio SF Chair of Communications. https://www.linkedin.com/in/roberta-sala/
Kevin Truong
53:58
Find out more about how Lycia dealt with pandemic challenges here: https://www.bizjournals.com/sanfrancisco/news/2021/03/05/0305-lifesciences-newchallenges-lycia.html
Christine Liu
54:21
Hello, everyone, this is Christine Liu from Myovant Sciences, which is a company aspired to redefine care for women and for men. I'd love to connect with you and learn more about your company, experience and get to know you personally.
Christine Liu
54:24
https://www.linkedin.com/in/christine-liu-5a2948a/
Lori Perlstadt
54:59
Happy to connect. Woman owned boutique executive search firm focused on building teams and supporting emerging life sciences firms. Have been attending this seminar for years. Love it. https://www.linkedin.com/in/loriperlstadt/
Candace Nortey
55:32
Hello! I’m excited to be here! I’m the Executive Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Slone Partners. Happy to connect with anyone around DEI in the workplace and or mentoring the next generation of life sciences leaders. https://www.linkedin.com/in/candace-nortey-ms-ed-s-she-her-hers-05ba7262/
Martha Castaneda, Overaa Construction
56:36
I am Martha Castaneda, Director of Business Development at Overaa Construction and we build life science spaces of all sizes in the Bay Area, let's talk and make connections happen! https://www.linkedin.com/in/martha-castaneda-30729314/
Erik Carlson
58:39
For a Life Science Year in Review, Market Trends and new Lab developments in the Bay Area, glad to connect. https://www.linkedin.com/in/erik-carlson-4a15b067/
Jennifer Hardee
59:18
Diversity in hiring IS in the best interest of the company! They’re not separate questions.
Caitlin Quigley
59:55
Hello! What a fantastic panel discussion! I’m a Leadership chair for the SF Chapter of Women In Bio, as well as the owner of a Compliance and Project Management company here in the Bay Area. Looking forward to continued connections and supporting Women in Life Sciences. linkedin.com/in/quigleycaitlin
Patty Deutsche
59:58
Patty Deutsche here — CEO of Volterra Communications. Would love to help businesses build or improve their reputations. Specialize in CSR, community engagement, PR, building strategic partnerships. https://www.linkedin.com/in/patty-deutsche-bb8615/
Teresa Barnett
01:00:44
Thank you for this chance to hear directly from these amazing leaders in life sciences. I would love to connect with anyone interested in impacting STEM education in Bay Area schools. We’d love to get you and your team members engaged in fun STEM outreach. teresa@crscience.org https://crscience.org/makesciencehappen/
COMCAST John Lengyel
01:01:21
Such a great event. Thank you Mary, Ron, all the sponsors and attendees. Looking forward to connecting with you all and supporting your growth and success through partnership and improved technology. John Lengyel at Comcast Business Enterprise Solutions California
Sara Le
01:01:43
Thank you for bringing together these exemplary panelists and women leaders! Interested in connecting with folks - https://www.linkedin.com/in/sara-agee-le/
Lori Lindburg, CLSI
01:02:05
Awesome point!
Patty Flinn
01:05:47
Thank you!
Nishta Rao
01:05:56
So proud to be a sponsor of this event. Fantastic panel!
Vickie Banti
01:06:12
Great panel. Thank you!
Maybelle she/her
01:08:52
Hello - loved hearing the first-hand experience in this industry! I'm the Senior Director of STEM Initiatives at YMCA of SF - building out robust STEM programming throughout 5 counties in the Bay Area for youth in K-12. We're looking for STEM partners who would love to speak with, mentor, &/or have outreach opportunities available for young people. Let's connect: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maybelle-miranda-001/
Dede
01:09:01
Hello everyone! The LiSanti Group is the exclusive agents for the new San Francisco Bay Area Life Science Business Park. If you and/or your company are looking for the perfect location to build new life science facilities, please contact me, and I'll tell you more! dede.tabor@bhhsdrysale.com
Elena Leon
01:09:11
Thank you to the organizers of this event for putting together this important forum to learn. Looking forward to continuing this discussion and helping uplift and support one another in STEM. Happy to connect! www.linkedin.com/in/ecleon2
Julie Ames - Biocom California
01:09:49
Always great to attend this high-impact event and thank you, Mary and Ron. If anyone wants to connect; https://www.linkedin.com/in/julie-ames-bb10a013/
Lori Lindburg, CLSI
01:11:13
Thank you Nektar for your generous support of NexGeneGirls!
Josh Tavares
01:12:56
Inspiring words from all of our fantastic sponsors. Thank you for all of your support!
Rehana Hussain
01:13:00
Great job with representing Nkarta, Kanya! linkedin.com/in/rehanahussain
Brittni Liang
01:13:31
Hi Everyone, Brittni Liang here from VVA Project & Cost Managers. We are a third party owner's project management firm that guides our clients through their construction/renovation projects. Thank you so much to the organizers & sponsors, looking forward to connecting and continuing the convo! https://www.linkedin.com/in/brittni-liang-68718022/
Jennielyn Dino Rossi
01:14:29
Jennielyn here — Program Director of NexGeneGirls. I you would like to learn more about NexGeneGirls or sign up to mentor the next generation of female science leaders, please connect with me on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jennielyndinorossi/
Jennielyn Dino Rossi
01:15:08
By the way, THANK YOU, Mary Tagliaferri of Nektar for the NexGeneGirls shout out. :)
Kevin Truong
01:15:49
Learn about the thoughts, challenges and lessons of inspiring women in the life sciences through our Influencers feature: https://www.bizjournals.com/sanfrancisco/news/2021/03/05/0305-wwl-influencers.html
Mary Huss
01:17:21
NextGene Girls is awesome. We'll aim to have them back again next year! Jennielyn, let's talk.
Ruby Cheema
01:21:07
Alison's story resonates with me. Another Genentech alum here!
Kate Albee
01:21:27
I love this panel! :D
COMCAST John Lengyel
01:22:10
Such an amazing panel. Wow.
Rehana Hussain
01:22:20
Truthtellers & disrupters - LOVE the passion from all these great speakers!
Stephanie Hsi
01:22:25
These have been such inspiring stories!
Vickie Banti
01:23:26
Strong and brilliant. Such a great combination on this panel
cflaherty
01:23:48
Really inspirational - thank you all!
Angela Nguyen
01:23:49
This is an amazing panel!
Mary Tagliaferri
01:25:47
The grace and humility that women bring to science and business is really beautiful and a breath of fresh air!
Ruby Cheema
01:25:53
I feel major shift has happened in the industry over the past 5 years especially in seeing women in leadership roles.
Liz Redman Cleveland
01:27:18
Rachel has a great team of women leading her company!
Jennifer Hardee
01:27:32
I’ve met a lot of women who have chosen to become high-level contractors because they’ve hit a promotion ceiling and have chosen to go outside the company structure to keep growing. I’d love to see that trend change.
Preethi Karthik
01:28:08
Looking forward to connecting with others in this space https://www.linkedin.com/in/preethikarthik/
Tara Kochis-Stach- Slone Partners
01:28:29
Thank you Ron, and all you amazing women for a terrific discussion - inspiring! I look forward to connecting with you all! I am Tara Kochis, President of Slone Partners ~ https://www.linkedin.com/in/tarakochis/
Kevin Truong
01:29:07
In terms of board leadership, we took a look at the impact of legislation like SB 826 on diversifying corporate boards. Take a look: https://www.bizjournals.com/sanfrancisco/news/2021/03/04/0305-lifesciences-onboard.html
Shikha Sharma
01:33:11
Hi everyone, My name is Shikha and I am the Director of Operations at the California Life Sciences Institute. Founders and leaders of life sciences start-ups, I would love to connect. We have start-up resources/programs at CLSI.Happy to explore any projects where I could be of help. https://www.linkedin.com/in/shikha-sharma-61834832/
Heather Dean
01:33:13
Great great speakers and energy here.
Lucy Akukwe
01:36:08
Great panel. Highly qualified diverse individuals often gel as a team. The "good fit" theory sometimes excludes excellent team members if used inappropriately
Shikha Sharma
01:36:39
Speakers, thank you for sharing your inspirational stories. I am so charged up!!!
Lori Lindburg, CLSI
01:37:20
Tell it, Quita!
Patricia Flinn - CLSA
01:37:30
So true, Quita!
Heather Dean
01:37:41
Awesome
Mitzy De La Peña Medina
01:37:45
Thank you, Quita!
Sara Le
01:37:45
YES! We know underprivileged groups do not have the same opportunities, let’s talk openly and honestly!
Lesley Stolz
01:37:50
CLSA/CLSI and member companies are working hard together to make a difference with real action to help build access to our industry. Check out the initiative. https://califesciences.org/wecommittochange/
Ruby Cheema
01:37:54
It takes courage to be vulnerable and stories should be heard without judgement!
Jennifer Hardee
01:40:10
Yes to all of this. Companies are quick excuse poor diversity as “a pipeline problem” without taking ownership of fixing any of that pipeline, or adjusting their recruiting strategies.
Kate Albee
01:40:43
“We don’t need more allies, we need change makers” YES.
Angela Nguyen
01:41:12
YES to that statement!
Roxanne Croze
01:41:16
money talks
Dede
01:41:21
The world needs more Quitas in the world!
Ruby Cheema
01:41:23
Yes!!!!!
Roxanne Croze
01:41:26
YES!
Jennifer Schatzman, Exelixis
01:41:52
100% YES
Lucy Akukwe
01:41:52
Need change makers not just allies. thanks Quita :-)
Aisha Baro
01:42:35
Taking risks is the name of the game to be a change-maker. Love this!
Roberta Sala
01:42:54
Thank you, Quita!!! This is sooo true!!!
Cynthia Cam
01:42:55
100%
Heather Dean
01:42:57
Absolutely!!!
Nalini Murdter
01:44:05
Love to connect - this is a great event - https://www.linkedin.com/in/nmurdter/
Ruby Cheema
01:44:15
There is still a lot of work to be done here in the bay.
Roxanne Croze
01:44:24
I hope we can all be in person next year! :)
Patricia Flinn - CLSA
01:45:59
I'll have to listen to that podcast, thank you Alison!
Vandana Date
01:47:35
Inspiring webinar! would love to connect! https://www.linkedin.com/in/vdate
Vandana Date
01:48:30
So agree with you Quita!!
Aisha Quaintance
01:48:35
Would love to connect! https://www.linkedin.com/in/aishaquaintance/
ebellemin
01:49:42
How big is the regulatory team at Allogene? Do you still live in Saratoga?
Martin John Lee
01:50:01
sponsorship, super important.https://hbr.org/2019/08/a-lack-of-sponsorship-is-keeping-women-from-advancing-into-leadership
Melinda Runyan
01:50:47
Agree! What an amazing discussion and inspiring women. I work at Gilead and am on the Women in Science leadership team. Here is my contact info: https://LinkedIn.com/in/melindarunyan
Anita Bawa
01:53:07
Alison is an awesome leader and we are so lucky to have her at Allogene
Sasha Denisin
01:53:20
Such an empowering discussion! Sponsors are crucial for encouragement and building confidence to grow! Would love to connect with others: https://www.linkedin.com/in/adenisin/
Mary Huss
01:54:10
So grateful to each of our generous, brilliant, authentic speakers. You are sharing so many valuable stories, so much wisdom, truly paying it forward! So inspiring. Thanks to each of you, on both amazing panels. Ron, you have been such a thoughtful moderator, thank you!
Karen Bertrand
01:54:36
+++
Andrea D
01:55:15
So glad Rusty "nudged" Helen. She's been a terrific CMO!
Aisha Quaintance
01:55:25
HBA has been great lately too for mentors. Just joined their leadership team on the side #inspired
Roxanne Croze
01:57:14
Check out your local AWIS chapter: We are doing a lot work in this area and are always looking for ways to improve and reach more people! https://ebawis.org/
Mary Huss
01:57:50
Thank you also to our generous sponsors for making this event possible. Thanks to title sponsor First Republic and the village of sponsor companies that support advancing women and diversity in this important industry.
Aisha Quaintance
01:58:58
Quite! I was JUST thinking that about this event even! Last year you all were on the fancy panel! Now we are in one “room” :)
Shikha Sharma
01:59:14
Each person can contribute to break the cycle of oppression. Empathy is nice, but it is time to interrupt the cycles of microaggressions and biases in workplace. There will be discomfort but these conversations and interruptions are necessary. https://www.linkedin.com/in/shikha-sharma-61834832/
Lucy Akukwe
01:59:52
well said Shikha!
alpana.loomba
01:59:53
YES!!
Ruby Cheema
02:00:00
Preach Shikha!
Patricia Flinn - CLSA
02:00:18
Love it, Shikha! So well said!
Lori Perlstadt
02:00:19
Yes, Quita the pandemic has not only helped with "equity" in meetings/zoom calls but I believe the focus on vaccines have also brought a new positivity to the biopharma world and it has been terrific to see. Hope that brings more and more diversity of folks coming into the industry!
Michelle Dupic
02:00:30
I'd like to see paid maternity/paternity leave across biotech companies similar to tech.
Sarah Odeh
02:00:49
Thank you for organizing this event. Such a wonderful discussion. I am the Chair of Young Women In Bio - San Francisco, working to inspire young women to pursue careers in STEM. If you are interested in learning more, please do connect with me. There are so many amazing opportunities to support these incredible young people. https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarahodeh/
Ruby Cheema
02:01:31
Moment to movement for change!
Jennifer Hardee
02:01:40
I try to reach out to women fresh out of their PhDs and talk to them about going forward in industry. It’s all been personal connections so far, so please let me know if anyone runs a more formal program that enables this.
Jennifer Hardee
02:01:43
https://www.linkedin.com/in/jennifer-hardee-32066a15/
Lori Lindburg, CLSI
02:02:00
MORE than a moment! Keep speaking up. Thank you!
Sahar M
02:02:09
This was so great - thank you everyone!
Patricia Flinn - CLSA
02:02:15
Thank you, SFBT!! Such a wonderful event!
Dede
02:02:28
Nice to meet everyone! Connect asap!
Kierstyn Moore
02:02:33
Thank you speakers, for leaving me so very inspired!!
Roberta Sala
02:02:40
Great event, thank you so much!
Sara Agee Le, Atomwise
02:02:42
Will a shareable version of this recorded video be available post-event? Would love to share!
Sarah Carter
02:02:47
Today is International Working Moms Day - how do we feel about this - why do we even need this day? There is no reciprocal day for Men?
Tara Nickerson
02:02:51
Thank you all for the inspiration!!
alpana.loomba
02:02:52
Fantastic panel. Thank you
Preethy Nair
02:02:55
Thank you so much to all for today’s event.
Jessie Jarecki
02:03:01
Thanks to the panelists. Happy to connect with anyone! https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessica-jarecki-0326526a
Shikha Sharma
02:03:02
2. Learn more about CLSI Startup Advisory Program3. Learn about CLSA/CLSI Racial and Social Equity (RSE) Initiative. Commit to change, join us.4. Spend your capital on critical resources wisely
Kevin Truong
02:03:04
You can see our Women Who Lead Coverage here: https://www.bizjournals.com/sanfrancisco/search/results?q=women+who+lead
Arlene Chan
02:03:06
Thank you for this -- very inspiring!
Roxanne Croze
02:03:16
Thank you alL!
Angie Lewis-White
02:03:18
Thank you for a great discussion. Have a great weekend!
Vickie Banti
02:03:19
Wonderful panel!
Ruby Cheema
02:03:23
Thank you all! Great event. Inspired!
Chloe Fane
02:03:26
Thank you all for this event!
Liz Redman Cleveland
02:03:26
Thanks to biotech for being a bright spot during the pandemic!
COMCAST John Lengyel
02:03:28
Thank you all. This was fantastic and I've already signed up for the next one. Onward and upward. Be safe and stay inspired 👍🤝😁🌄
Lara Musaefendic
02:03:28
thank you all!
Karishma Gupta
02:03:32
Thank you very much for organizing this event!
Julia Arant
02:03:41
This was so wonderful! Thank you!
Dede
02:03:41
Great job, MAry!
Manjistha.Ahooja
02:03:57
Hi, Is there a way to save the chat ?
Lori Perlstadt
02:04:18
Awesome session. Thanks everyone. Happy Friday!
Felicia Brown
02:04:19
yes, we will save the chat