Barbara and Scott Stokes, CEO and COO of Green Structure Homes of Alabama, LLC (GSH), have recently announced that new jobs will be created in eight U.S. states. The jobs are in manufacturing, and while GSH headquarters is in Huntsville, Alabama, additional jobs will be offered in states like Florida, Minnesota, Louisiana, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Texas. GSH is building modular homes to support the relief efforts associated with Hurricane Harvey.
CEO Barbara Stokes shares that GSH is very excited to invest in the new communities, and states that the work is designed to support local companies and promote job growth in the surrounding communities. COO Scott Stokes also adde that GSH will provided superior quality to their new facilities so that hurricane victims can live in homes that are safe and innovative. Read more about Barbara Stokes at crunchbase.com.
GSH was founded in 2008 and is a Disaster Relief Contractor. GSH provides several solutes to both private sector and government consumers, using techniques that are technologically advanced. The organization is also an industry leader, and Barbara and Scott Stokes, along with their senior management team posses more than three decades of experience in disaster relief.
Barbara Stokes in a 2001 Mercer University graduate, where she studied Physics and Biomedical Engineering. During her time at Mercer, Stokes also studied management and manufacturing, along with thermodynamics, technical communication and structures and properties of materials. Stokes also has experience in supporting FEMA’s mission and worked in government contracting before coming to GSH.
In addition to her CEO role, Barbara Stokes volunteers actively in the Huntsville community and is a mother of three. Visit her Linkedin profile to know more.