Climate scientists say we can expect more natural disasters as larger and more powerful storms are increasing in frequency, fueled by rising earth temperatures. That’s why people with the technical skills and talents of Barbara Stokes are more needed than ever today. Read this article at alivenewspaper.com

Barbara Stokes is CEO of GSH of Alabama. The GSH stands for Green Structure Homes. The firm uses state-of-the-art engineering, design and technology to build homes and multi-story structures that are eco-friendly, affordable, safe and swiftly built. The company often works with FEMA to supply high-quality shelters and residences to people who have been displaced by natural disasters.

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Barbara Stokes brings a wealth of educational background and professional experience to her leadership role at GSH. She graduated from Mercer University in 2001 with a degree in biomedical engineering and physics. But she also studied manufacturing mechanics, management and the structure of materials used for building things.

GSJ of Alabama is a family-run business. Barbara Stokes and her husband, Scott Stokes, serve as CEO and COO respectively. Along with senior management, Barbara and Scott Stokes represent 30 years’ experience in the building industry. Read more about Barbara Stokes at Affiliatedork.