Regina Kenan – Lady Lion’ness was born and raised in Chinquapin, N.C., but resides in Buffalo, N.Y. She is a mother of three beautiful children and two beautiful grandchildren and was raised in a single-family home with two other siblings. She started modeling at age 3 and went on to do fashion shows and doll shows. She opened a clothing boutique in Buffalo, that sells women’s, men’s and children’s clothing.
She attended Philadelphia Training Institution in Baltimore, Md., for Business Management. Regina also attended Katherine Gibbs School in New York and received an AAS Degree in Fashion Design & Merchandising.
At 15, Regina started her 15-year career in retail sales. She then wanted a more challenging career, so she took on the role of an Employment Coordinator, helping many people get jobs that they never thought they qualified for. With such a passion to help people, she went to recruiting events to find jobs for young men and women that did not know how to find a job on their own.
As a business owner, Regina is a Fashion Show Coordinator and custom designs one-of-a-kind evening wear for women of all ages. She mentors and ministers to young girls and teaches them how to build up their self-esteem. She designs and sells jewelry for men and women, and she’s involved in MLM with a company that teaches people how to trade Foreign Currency and helps them to build a team of leaders.
Regina’s mission in life is to encourage as many women and young girls of all ages, to teach them how to believe in themselves, and to know their self-worth and their purpose in life. To encourage as many women as possible and to help them build up their confidence and overcome their fears, and to teach them how to break the cycle of abuse. Every woman, young girl and man should know that they have a voice and it is time for it to be heard, know that we will no longer be silenced.
She also has a desire to help thousands of men and women to go from working a 9-to-5 job to building their own legacy by becoming entrepreneurs and generating a substantial income so they can go from living paycheck to paycheck to having money in the bank.