Since she was a young teen, entrepreneur Regina Lettau has had an inner motivation to work and absorb lessons from others. Now at the age of 29, her years of listening and learning have paid off.
Regina owns and operates her own general contracting business which employs 17 people and has done more than $20 million in projects during its five years in business. The business is stable and growing with the best year so far topping at $8 million in work.
Growing up in an entrepreneurial environment, Regina learned how to set her own personal standards and become a leader from her father and other family members who owned their own businesses.
To be the boss herself, Regina started her own business, National Native American Construction (NNAC), in 2009 as a young mom who felt it her highest priority to begin something that would support her and her two-year-old daughter. “I knew it would be hard work and it would have its challenges, which it definitely has, but... Read More