Businesswoman Barbara Stokes Becomes Disaster Relief Expert


Barbara Stokes is a Huntsville, Alabama businesswoman who is the CEO of GSH of Alabama, LLC. She co-founded this company in 2011 after having worked in government contracting for Boeing and Pisces Corporation. Her company is in the construction disaster relief industry.

GSH of Alabama designs and builds mobile and modular buildings that provide a place for people to live after a natural disaster has damaged their home. They can also be used to operate a business out of. Barbara Stokes’ buildings feature high-quality materials and the latest safety measures.

Barbara Stokes attended Mercer University, graduating in 2001. She has bachelor’s degrees in physics and biomedical engineering. She also studied other subjects while in college such as thermodynamics, technical communication, business management, and manufacturing.


She says there are a lot of challenges in her industry. Barbara Stokes says it takes a lot of know-how to get structured delivered in the aftermath of a natural disaster. Local infrastructure is usually a complete mess. Hurricane Katrina was, in particular, a wakeup call for the authorities to better develop plans for efficiently responding after a natural disaster has struck so that as many lives as possible can be saved. Visit PRNewswire to know more about Barbara.


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