Regina Vann Williams (Owner) - Vann Williams Custom Homes
My journey to become a Custom Homebuilder is one of great reward. Homebuilding is my second career and I am literally having a blast making dreams come true. I started my first professional career in my early twenties where I was an Account Executive for the top radio station in the market. I excelled early and swiftly eventually became the General Marketing and Sales Manager for Cox Radio Birmingham, where I was challenged every day. My challenges included managing the top sales and marketing team in the city as well as achieving annual sales goals and striving to remain No 1, which I maintained throughout my career. I completed the coveted Executive Leadership Program which was a year long extensive program highlighting the best and brightest in the company nationwide.
After much success in the field of Broadcast Marketing and Sales, I got a word from God that it was time to pursue another field and challenge. This time around, the challenge wasn’t focused on how much revenue I could generate, but it was more about helping and making dreams come true.
Being a female in a male dominated industry speaks for itself when discussing challenges. Not only did I want to be good at building, but I wanted to be great. I also didn’t want to be in a crowded field of builders and become lost in the traffic. I wanted to be a Custom Builder. I wanted my houses to stand out from the rest and God has given me the gift to do so and I am so thankful. My focus has always been to listen to the customer, discover, dig for and satisfy their needs and finally fill desires and wants. My focus is to be honest with the client and maintain a high level of integrity and excellence.
I have met some incredible homeowners (clients) on this journey whom I now call friends. I pride myself on making sure that I can speak and visit with a homeowner years after their construction experience. I can’t tell you the next level from here, but what I do know is that God is faithful and his Word is true. “I can do all things through Christ which strengthened me”. Philippians 4:13
There is absolutely nothing too hard for God .