For long women have been neglected in most our societies to an extent of not being educated especially in developing countries. Nevertheless, the practice is passed with time and the current women are very well educated bringing transformation in the community. It’s true that when you educate a girl child you have educated the whole society. Some women have risen to be an inspiration and role models of young adults as a result of their unassailable achievements. One of such women is the Chief Executive Officer of Green Structure Homes of Alabama LLC, Madam Barbara Stokes. Read more about Barbara Stokes at The Cullman Times.
Any time hurricane or any other disaster hits various States in America, the woman, and his company has been on the forefront of working with Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in providing relief especially in Disaster Relief Construction. Barbara Stokes has turned out to be one of the most celebrated women especially in providing modernized structures for disaster-stricken people. Her company which is based in Huntsville has also worked with various private organizations where it has offered safe housing solutions using their exclusive designs, engineering and also manufacturing techniques.
Barbara Stokes work closely with her team ensures every conceived idea is brought to its implementation. This could be the reason why she has offered her services to various companies and institutes. GSH has done housing for various campuses, military projects, installation etc. Barbara never thought that she would venture into business world especially after finishing her degree course in biomedical engineering and physics at Mercer University. However, the course has really benefited her in the manufacturing of his structures at GSH. Read this article at businessinsider.com.
Prior to founding GSH in collaboration with her husband, Mr. Scott, Barbara Stokes served at Pisces Corporation and Boeing where she gained vast experience on matters regarding contracting. She had an inner desire to help FEMA in its functions which she actualized by forming GSH. During the Hurricane Harvey that hit Texas in 2017, her company was given a contract of $28 million by the federal government in constructing modular buildings for the resident.
Mr. Scott Stokes is the COO of their company and the two are actively involved in offering volunteer services to the Huntsville community. They live happily as a family with their three children.