Myla Yahraus has been in family business for the past 50 years. Her first job was in the shipping and accounting departments at mom and dad’s small plastics manufacturing company in California. After working at a private school in the Pacific islands for four years, Myla moved to Las Vegas. She got married to her husband Norm, and spent the next 35 years operating a variety of small family businesses including a 20-person real estate brokerage and state-wide magazine publication. In 1997 she and her husband started an electrical contracting company specializing in portable power for trade shows and events. Since her husband’s death in 2016, Myla remains active in the administrative operations of the company while pursuing a new career at the Summit Career Center.