Barbara Stokes has made it her life’s goal to supply well-built, environmental friendly homes for those who need them the most. As the Chief Executive Officer of Huntsville, Alabama-based Green Structure Homes (GSH) since 2011, Barbara has helped thousands of people be placed in emergency shelter when their homes are destroyed by natural disaster. GSH has been in operation for a decade and, between her and the rest of the management team, they have over 30 years of disaster management experience. They specialize in manufacturing mobile, modular homes that are energy efficient and up to code. They are an approved government contractor, recently signing a $28.5 million contract with FEMA. Barbara has helped grow GSH from a small shop to having hundreds of employees and a large manufacturing facility in Alabama. Follow Barbara Stokes on Facebook.
Barbara Stokes graduated from Mercy University of Macon, Georgia with a degree in Biomedical Engineering. Her passion for disaster relief construction has been what has driven GSH to become the top disaster relief construction companies in the Southeastern United States. Her and her husband Scott started GSH way back in 2008 and now have employees in eight different states and two offices in Alabama. Read more about Barbara Stokes at crunchbase.com.
Her expertise sets her apart from others in the industry, dedicated to providing quality first, while still providing value. Barbara is committed to sustaining the environment by reducing the carbon footprint on the structures her company builds. Barbara Stokes believes in promoting environmentally friendly construction while keeping her community involved by providing jobs and resources for the local area.