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Since our founding in 1998, we’ve worked to create a culture we can be proud of. We prioritize opportunities to build community, respect, and collaboration—whether it’s through volunteering, after-work sports, or clinical problem solving.

Our Values
Seagen job culture


Seagen Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Diversity makes us work

We believe that fostering diversity, equity, and inclusion is a key element to discovering, developing, and bringing transformative therapies to patients with cancer.

Seagen Building 10 Lobby
Fostering open communication

We host regular Friday Morning Meetings to promote transparency and share important updates about our work. During these one-hour meetings, the entire company comes together to learn about an area of the organization.

Seagen culture events
Celebrating food and fun

Regular happy hours and team events give Seagen employees a chance to unwind, celebrate milestones, and connect with colleagues. Every year, we organize signature events, like the March Madness competition, Chili Cookoff, and Bite of Seagen, a food truck rally at the Bothell campus.

Seagen science culture
Sharing new ideas

Our annual Science Day celebrates the outstanding work being done at Seagen. Teams across the entire organization are encouraged to submit abstracts to share exciting data and new ideas with colleagues during poster sessions and oral presentations.

Seagen bike culture
Encouraging healthier communities and commutes

Every year in May, we sponsor a Bike to Work Month to encourage green commuting and give back to our community. For each mile biked, we donate $1 to a local nonprofit organization.

Our commitment to citizenship

Seagen’s dedication to improving the lives of patients goes beyond science. As a company, we’re committed to purposeful contribution.  

Every year, our team participates in events to raise awareness and funds for nonprofit organizations in our community. We also provide grants for education, research, and advocacy programs in cancer care. 


Greater Seattle area

Our global headquarters are located in the greater Seattle area in the Pacific Northwest. Surrounded by lakes and mountains, this region is known for skiing, hiking, boating, and a world-class trail system. It’s easy to play as hard as you work with proximity to Vancouver, British Columbia; the San Juan Islands; Portland, Oregon; and the Olympic and Cascade mountains.

Enjoy great food, live music, and a vibrant arts scene with many theater, music, dance, and art venues. Food lovers will appreciate a rapidly growing culinary culture, highlighting local seafood and Washington state wine. Round out a weekend by cheering on local teams like Seattle Seahawks footballSeattle Mariners baseball, or Seattle Sounders FC soccer. 

The Pacific Northwest is also rich in scientific research and discovery, as a home to leading academic and research institutions like Life Science WashingtonUniversity of Washington, and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center 

San Francisco

Known as the birthplace of biotechnology, San Francisco was a natural choice for our second office in the United States. This coastal city benefits from a mild climate, ample greenspace, and sweeping views of the bay and Golden Gate Bridge 

The Bay Area has a thriving culinary scene, with more than 50 Michelin-starred restaurants. Catch a glimpse of sea lions basking in the sun while enjoying fresh seafood at the food stalls and restaurants of Fisherman’s Wharf. Lovers of the arts and sciences will appreciate San Francisco’s renowned institutions, like the California Academy of Sciences, the SFMOMA, or the de Young museum. Sports fans might enjoy a weekend spent cheering on the San Francisco Giants or the 49ers 

Near San Francisco, there are many opportunities to explore nature. Visit spectacular national parks, like the redwoods at Muir Woods, or escape north to Sonoma and Napa Valley wine country. 


Our European headquarters are located in Zug, a lakeside city surrounded by mountains in the heart of Switzerland. As a home to many international companies, Zug is a diverse and rapidly growing community. 

Zug is renowned for its stunning sunsets and access to the great outdoors. During the winter, skiing, snowboarding, skating, and snowshoeing are popular activities. In the warmer months, nature lovers can enjoy hiking, swimming, canoeing, mountain biking, and water sports. Enjoy meals looking out over Lake Zug at one of the city’s many restaurants. 

The region also has many annual events and well-curated cultural institutions. Explore classical, contemporary, and regional art at the Kunsthaus Zug or visit Theater Casino Zug to experience music, dance, comedy, and theater performances.