Barbara Strokes, the CEO of the Green Structure Homes announced the creation of new jobs that will be available in eight states. The manufacturing jobs will be available in the communities of Alabama, Louisiana, Florida, North California, Minnesota, Texas, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. The jobs are in support of the FEMA’s current $ 28.5 contract that was awarded to GSH of Alabama. The company is constructing homes with the help of the relief efforts that resulted from the occurrence of Hurricane Harvey. Follow Barbara Stokes on Linkedin.com.
According to Barbara J. Strokes, the CEO, Green Structure Home is happy to invest in these eight communities. She added that their work would support the business as well as accelerating both direct and indirect job opportunities to the people in the surrounding areas. He went ahead to say that apart from unmatched American quality, the facilities will enable GSH to quickly install homes to the families in Texas that are in the urgent need of them.
GSH was established in 2008 by Barbara Stokes and Scott Strokes. It is a Disaster Relief that has its headquarters in Huntsville, Alabama. The organization provides a range of complete solutions to the government as well as the private sectors by the use of engineering, manufacturing techniques, and proprietary state-of-the-art-design. The company brings the proven leader in the industry. The CEO, Barbara and the COO, Scott Strokes and the senior management, boost 30 years of experience in the sector of the Disaster Relief.
If there is an occurrence of a natural disaster, many communities around the country are affected. In most cases, a disaster will cause people to lose their property, such as homes, which results in stressful times for those that are affected. There exist several options to the people that have been affected by the disaster. Some of them can either live with family or friends on a temporary basis while others qualify to get rental aid.
Barbara attended the University of Mercer where she studied Biomedical Engineering and Physics. While at the same University, she studied Technical Communication, Manufacturing and Management as well as Thermodynamics.
Before GSH, Barbara used to work at Pisces and Boeing. She has experience in the contracting field and is proud to guide GSH in support of the FEMA mission as well as that of United States of America. Additional to her leadership role at the GSH of Alabama, she volunteers at the Huntsville community and is also a mother of three. Read more about Barbara Stokes at The Cullman Times.