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Barbara Hoffnagle

Associate General Manager and Chief Information Executive
Salt River Project

A 26-year veteran of SRP, Barbara oversees enterprise-wide information technology and major operations support functions that include purchasing, warehousing, facilities, machine shop services and fleet management. An industrial engineer by education, Barbara’s career with SRP has spanned a wide cross section of business functions and disciplines, including operations support and financial planning. She views her “line and staff” experience as giving her the global perspective to lead SRP’s information technology efforts.

Barbara is active in the community, serving on the Board of the Fresh Start Women’s Foundation, including two years as Board Chair, and as a Trustee for the Desert Botanical Gardens. Most recently Barbara has joined the Board of the ASU Alumni Association. She is also very involved in the utility industry, serving on the Board of Western Energy Institute and the Advisory Committee for the University of Idaho’s Utility Executive Course. In 2004 she was a finalist for the prestigious Athena Award, which recognizes women in the community for their commitment to excellence in business, community service, and mentoring other women.

Born and educated in New York, Barbara graduated from the College of Mt. St. Vincent in 1969 with a Bachelors degree in Mathematics. Her husband’s employment brought her to Arizona, where she obtained a Masters degree from Arizona State University’s Engineering School. Barbara now sees herself as an Arizona native, having lived here with her husband and children for the last 40+ years.