It always feels good to serve others and put a smile on their faces. That’s the kind of feeling that Barbara Stokes and her team have been having in their efforts of bringing settlements for various people affected by calamities and disasters. Their leadership in Disaster Relief Construction Industry known as Green Structured Homes (GSH) in Alabama has been of paramount importance especially when it comes to reaching people in dares need. The temporary houses they construct on site within few days have been of help to many displaced people in times of calamities.
Besides the residential houses for the victims, Barbara Stokes who is the Co-Founder and CEO of GSH, the team also provides commercial houses for business persons to be established faster. The GSH provides their victims with housing in safe places as they recover from their situations. The Barbara’s company is involved in the entire process of designing, manufacturing and even to the exact specifications needed by FEMA for their victims. Read more about Barbara Stokes at The Cullman Times.
In the recent News, Barbara Stokes and GSH established a relationship with some local companies specifically manufacturing facilities in 7 more States so as to be able to fulfill their demand for the contract it has been given by Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The contract given in March is worth $28.5 million and is basically for the Houston City which had been greatly affected by Hurricane. This will boost their workforce and consequently improve the living standards of the society around. Read this article at businessinsider.com.
Barbara Stokes studied at Mercer University and graduated in 2001 with B.Sc. in Biomedical Engineering and Physics. In the same university, she was privileged to study Technical Communication, Structures and Properties of Materials, Thermodynamics, Manufacturing, and Management. She has previously served in Pisces Corporation and Boeing where she gained vast experience that has enabled her to run GSH successfully.
Barbara Stokes has great experience in matters involving government contracting and she has been using the skill in supporting FEMA implement its mission. She is not only a leader but also an active volunteer to the community of Huntsville where GSH is headquartered. She is married to Scott, who is her fellow Co-Founder of GSH and they have 3 children as a family.