2019 Boxers / Jenna Natale

Meet the Boxer

We'd like to introduce our 2019 Boxer, Jenna Natale from LIBN!

Jenna “Breaking News” Natale is the Events Manager at Ronkonkoma-based Long island Business News. LIBN is Long Island’s only publication dedicated to local commerce. Jenna came to know about Fight for Charity thanks to LIBN’s media relationship with the organization.

““Long Islanders are well-known for their commitment to giving back. However, dedicating months’ worth of blood sweat and time for the greater good is a rare opportunity,” Jenna said. “As a Charity Boxer, I hope to inspire others to push their own limits to help our community flourish. Great change requires great efforts.

“Training for FFC is all about raising money for charity – but I am astounded by what an impact it has made on my daily life. Not only has training pushed my limits physically but it has given me the drive to do better at work and in my personal life. I found that my commitment has inspired family and friends to become invested in my charity event. Their support fuels my fire!”

“I have also built incredible relationships with fellow boxers with whom I would not have met otherwise. Being surrounded by likeminded people going through the same experience as me has been incredibly inspiring.”

Jenna is a member of LIA Young Professionals Committee; 2019 Editor & Publisher’s 25 Under 35, Long Island Elite and the Moxxie Network. She serves on the LIBN Nonprofit Beneficiary Selection Committee. She is also a Lionheart Jiu Jitsu black belt instructor.

Jenna earned a Bachelor’s in Professional Communications from Farmingdale State College. She married in the summer of 2019 and resides in Lindenhurst.

Q: What made you decide to fight for charity?

““Training for FFC is all about raising money for charity – but I am astounded by what an impact it has made on my daily life. Not only has training pushed my limits physically but it has given me the drive to do better at work and in my personal life. I found that my commitment has inspired family and friends to become invested in my charity event. Their support fuels my fire!"”

Fundraising Income   $9,510   of $10,000 raised