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Kristen Barrett joined SGA in January of 2016. Kristen graduated from Oregon State University with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting.
Before working at SGA, Kristen has managed a corporate dental office, and has served as the operations and staffing coordinator for a large corporate retail store. As a QuickBooks expert, she is currently assisting local companies manage their day to day business as a member of SGA’s Virtual Financial Officer team. In addition to her daily VFO duties, Kristen is assisting with audits and tax preparation.
Kristen has grown up in Bend and lived here for the last 20 years. When she is not in the office, you can find Kristen and her husband traveling, backpacking, and camping with their golden retriever Oakley.
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Period of Limitations: