Is the name Clay Siegall familiar to you? Have you ever heard of anyone named Clay Siegall? If you’re interested in cancer research or if you’ve followed industry-trends to some degree, then you will know exactly who this person is. Clay Siegall of cancer research is a man of many titles. Many people refer to him as being a philanthropist, a scientist, a doctor and a businessman. He is the author of 70 publications, and he holds an estimated 15 medical patents. Dr. Clay Siegall has won the Pacific Northwest Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award in 2012, and he has won the University of Maryland Alumnus of the Year for Computer, Math & Science Award in 2013.
Being the CEO of a powerhouse organization has its perks as well as its challenges. Seattle Genetics is that organization, and it has done a phenomenal job of introducing advanced medications for cancer research. This organization is located in beautiful Bothell, Washington, and it’s one of the area’s largest employers. Since its inception in 1998, the organization wasn’t always on top of its game. Dr. Siegall had to batten-down-the-hatches to find a viable solution to the issue. By bringing in a dynamic sales-team of professionals, he was able to get Seattle Genetics back on track. This sales team was well-versed in biotechnology. Before too long, Seattle Genetics was closing eight-figure deals. After the company received its IPO, it took an estimated 10 years before it would start earning huge amounts of income.
Dr. Siegall is the guy that everyone looks to for answers. He uses some of the oldest techniques for turning this organization into a success. In his free time, Dr. Siegall enjoys blogging on his personal blogsite as he speaks on a wide range of subjects such as politics and climate change.