Barbara Naden

Barbara worked for 30 years as a software engineer and software development manager at several Silicon Valley companies. Her specialty was operating system and LAN networking development and she especially enjoyed the challenge of working for early stage start-up companies.

2001 she changed her focus to travelling, genealogy, videography and gardening. She has published a book on her family history and produced many videos that capture family stories, travel adventures and major family events. Most recently she has begun producing promotional and educational videos for non-profit organizations.

Barbara is a member of the Los Gatos Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution and holds the office of Corresponding Secretary. She also volunteers for several local organizations, including KCAT, Paws for Purple Hearts, and Insight Meditation South Bay.

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