Barbara Stokes gives hope to victims of Hurricane Harvey and other disasters

Barbara Stokes is a leader who has demonstrated her ability to withstand extreme situations and deliver projected results. She has shown her leadership skills through a company she co-founded back in 2008, Disaster Relief Construction Industry to Green Structure Homes, Inc (GSH) of Alabama, LLC where she happens to be the current Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

GSH of Alabama, LLC is headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama and serves both government and private clients using modern technology in design and other industrial production activities such as manufacturing and engineering. Follow Barbara Stokes on Facebook.

The company has found its unique position in the market and established a strong bond with its customers. Barbara Stokes has proven that even women can lead perform marvelous tasks thought to be just for men. She has demonstrated that through her company GSH of Alabama, LLC.

Great work cannot be delivered by one person. There must be a team. And this is no different to what Barbara Stokes is doing. She has a great team behind every work she executes and that includes her co-founder and COO Scott Stokes.

The two are leading a management team with over 30 years of experience in attending to disaster relief to offer sophisticated modular homes made from wood frames that are environmentally friendly and saves energy.

Barbara Stokes has ensured that her immediate community benefits directly from her company. This is demonstrated by how she execute development projects that yield job opportunities to the community. Recently, Barbara announced the creation of job opportunities in eight states, thanks to a $25.8 million contract her company won. Read more about Barbara Stokes at crunchbase.com.

The contract will see states such as Minnesota, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Alabama, and Florida among others benefit from manufacturing jobs. GHS is helping in the construction of modular homes towards supporting relief mission geared towards the Hurricane Harvey victims.

Barbara has incorporated the use of modern technology into her company’s activities. The strategy has lots of benefits including respect for the environment, safe houses, cheap to construct and requires fewer skills so the tasks can be completed in a record time.

GSH of Alabama, LLC helps customers get customizable homes depending on their needs as well as family size. Besides the homes, GSH of Alabama offers reduced-life-cycle costs meaning the maintenance costs will be lower not to mention the energy costs as well as the insurance premiums.

Barbara Stokes is a graduate of Mercer University class of 2001 where she was studying Biomedical Engineering combined with Physics. She also studied Manufacturing and management, thermodynamics, technical communications, and structure and properties of materials.

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