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Barbara Stokes Brings Community Together

Barbara Stokes is an upstanding member of the Huntsville, Alabama community and lifelong resident. Her passion for community led here, along with her husband Scott, to start Green Structure Homes (GSH) of Alabama over a decade ago. Her passion for helping others who have been displaced by natural disasters and providing employment for hundreds of people make Barbara a community stalwart. In times of need, Green Structure Homes brings the community together and Barbara is front and center, ready to lend a helping hand. Visit her Linkedin profile to know more.

Barbara Stokes has extensive experience in securing government contracts and recently helped GSH secure a $28.5 million contract with FEMA to build temporary housing for those displaced by Hurricane Harvey and other disasters. The contract helped create hundreds of jobs across six Southeastern states. GSH manufactures their structures in the U.S., with a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility located in Huntsville. They have numerous federal contracts with the Federal Government, building everything from guard shacks for military installations to underground utilities used in a training environment. Visit cullmantimes.com to know more about Barbara Stokes.

Barbara Stokes graduated from Mercer University (Macon, GA) with a Bachelor’s in Biomedical Engineering. While at Mercer she founded the Biomedical Engineering Club in 1999, where she served as President for two years. Barbara worked as a research assistant at the University of Alabama in the early 1990s. She also started her own business, Pisces Corporation for five years in the mid-90s. After stops at the Muscular Dystrophy Administration of Macon and Boeing Corporation in Warner-Robins, Barbara sought start her own business again. She has contributed hundreds of hours of volunteer service in the Huntsville area, and is an active member of the Huntsville Chamber of Commerce.

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