Nathan Millier

Athlete Ambassador



Current City:

Elsipogtog , NB

Career Highlights

"2015 fight of the year
2016 community service award "

Post Career Highlights

At the age of 21 Nathan was accepted to the Canadian Forces Accomplishing his Basic Military Qualification (B.M.Q), in St. Jean, Que. He later was posted in Esquimalt, BC where he finished his short career with the Canadian Navy. Returning back to his Native land of Elsipogtog, Nathan then moved to the bigger city To continue fighting out Tribal Boxing Gym under Jim Malony and Bridget Stevens. 25, Nathan was elected as band council for Elsipogtog First Nation, where he served his community proud for 2 years.
Today Nathan is currently working in the fish buying business and is in the new stages and has opening his own boxing club in his home town community Elsipogtog First Nations. He would like to give back to his community and pass down the tools for a healthy active lifestyle. As well as build moral and confidence in First Nation youth.

Current Company

Baie St Anne Seafoods
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