Gayatrri “Lady Gaya” Musraca

Gayatrri Musraca is the Lead QA Analyst at Broadridge Financial Solutions in Edgewood. Broadridge is a financial services company with its main fields of work in investor communications and electronic proxy voting.

Musraca-Gayatrri App1Gayatrri is a member of UFC gym, where she first learned about Long Island Fight for Charity.

“Boxing has been a part of my fitness routine for the last five years and is the reason I have gotten back into shape after I had my daughter. With a full time job and taking care of a two- year old, I do not get a lot of opportunities to participate in charity events. Volunteering as a charity boxer this year is a way for me to give some of my time for a worthy cause,” Lady Gaya said.

Gayatrri is preparing to put up a good fight at the Main Event. She said, “This year’s event is an opportunity for me to challenge myself physically for a good cause. I want to set a good example for my two- year old daughter for when she gets older. I hope that she will follow in my footsteps and learn to give back to the community and help others.”

Gayatrri has a Masters in Computer Applications, PMP. She resides in South Huntington with her husband Rob and daughter Arya.

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