When Barbara Stokes graduated from Mercer University in 2001, she knew her engineering and physics courses would help her find the right job. But the structures and properties of materials, thermodynamics, and technical communication courses were the subjects that would shape her career. Visit cullmantimes.com to know more about Barbara Stokes.
Boeing gave Barbara Stokes a job, and the chance to prove she could make a difference in the government contract arena. And she didn’t disappoint the Boeing executives who believed in her. Barbara left Boeing and decided to join the Pisces Corporate, so she could learn more about her chosen career. Boeing and Pisces helped her understand and function in the world of government contracts. In 2008, Stokes decided she was ready to start Green Structure Homes. Green Structure Homes designs, builds and delivers modular and mobile structures that help people survive after a natural disaster changes the course of their lives.
Huntsville, Alabama-based GSH is now a key player in the disaster relief construction industry. When FEMA needed a company to build FEMA Trailers after Hurricane Harvey decimated parts of Houston, the government asked Barbara to submit a proposal to build FEMA Trailers. The trailers would be temporary housing for Houston residents who lost their homes in the Hurricane. Harvey destroyed more than 120,000 homes, and FEMA needed a company that could build government’s trailers quickly.
FEMA accepted the GSH proposal, and Stokes and her executive team had a $28.5 million government contract in their hands. Stokes had to build and deliver FEMA trailers by March 2018 or the contract would expire. Thanks to the innovative and creative GSH manufacturing and engineering methods, Stokes and her team completed the project on time.
The FEMA project is just one project in a long list of disaster relief projects that GSH does every year. Green Structure Homes are in cities and towns all over North America. The company has a reputation for building residential and commercial homes that help people rebuild their lives and businesses.
Barbara’s leadership and dedication to the disaster relief construction industry are obvious in places where flood waters ruin towns, and where hurricanes leave nothing but broken dreams in their wake. Read more at Business Insider.
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But Brazilian banks are not undeveloped thanks to a group of banking executives that know how to make money when the country’s economy is growing, and when the country is in a recession. Luiz Carlos Trabuco is one of the Brazilian Bankers who knows what it takes to protect bank assets and to expand bank services when times get tough.
The Luiz Carlos Trabuco Story is unusual because Luiz didn’t want to be a banker. Trabuco comes from the small city of Marilla in the state of Sao Paulo. Mr. Trabuco wasn’t poor, but he wasn’t rich when he decided to study philosophy at the University of Sao Paulo in the 1960s. And when he decided to do graduate psychology work to earn a Master’s degree, he didn’t know his future would be set in stone after earning that degree. Trabuco had teaching on his mind while he was in school, but then he changed his mind. He applied for a position with a small Sao Paulo bank in 1969, and to his surprise, he got the job.
The man responsible for hiring Luiz was Lázaro de Mello Brandão. Brandão was a legend in the banking world back then. He saw something in Trabuco that he liked. Mr. Brandão put Luiz in Bradesco’s training program, and that’s all it took to get Luiz Carlos Trabuco hooked on banking. Luiz went from one banking job to another, and he displayed exceptional people skills and creative thinking in all of those positions. By the 1990s, Trabuco was a Bradesco VP, and in 2003 he got the big job at Seguros. Seguros is Bradesco’s insurance division. Trabuco was the man in charge for five years. His successful management techniques put him in line for another big banking job. In 2009, Trabuco got the Bradesco CEO position, and in 2017 he became the Chairman of Bradesco’s Board of Directors.
Even though Luiz Carlos Trabuco rose through the ranks, he is still that personable banker who goes out of his way to help other people. The environmental and educational programs he set up help clients live better lives in Brazil are popular across the country according to jusbrasil.com.br. His latest project is Bradesco’s digital banking division, Next. Trabuco believes digital banking is the future, and Luiz Carlos Trabuco is always looking toward the future.