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Stacy Barry

Stacy Barry, Operations Manager

Stacy Barry is a natural problem solver – a great quality to have in an Operations Manager. Her job is to keep technology and operations running smoothly, efficiently and securely for both Open Window clients and the Open Window team.
 
With a degree in Business Administration from the University of Nevada, Reno, with a concentration in Computer Information Systems, Stacy has the technical training to run a modern financial services office. With nearly 20 years of experience as a network administrator and IT technician, she has the hands-on knowledge to tackle just about any challenge. And because technology changes at an incredible rate, Stacy continues to keep up her technical training with relevant courses and conferences.
 
Stacy’s professional background has been in business IT and includes managing computer applications for a major local health insurer, serving as network administrator for a mining company and a manufacturer, and most recently, working as an IT technician for a court system. During this time, Stacy has honed her ability to trouble shoot both hardware and software issues, and to monitor and support computer networks.
 
She was drawn to the profession because of the ever-evolving challenges it presents – it is not a career that rewards complacency. It also seamlessly combines technical prowess and customer service skills, making it ideal for this patient, focused people-person. At Open Window, she found a company that operates with the same principles she does – practical, professional, direct, with the customer’s best interest always at heart.
 
You might say Stacy’s blood has silver running through it. And blue. The native Nevadan grew up playing in the sagebrush covered hills of Reno, attended the University of Nevada, Reno, then married a 5th generation Nevadan. Now, she and her husband are raising their family here. With their two active teenaged boys, the family skis and snowmobiles in the winter, hikes and golfs in the summer, and takes every opportunity to support their beloved UNR Wolf Pack. She stays active with the boys’ school and maintains her college relationships by being a board member of the Kappa Alpha Theta Reno Alumnae Chapter.