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177 Millennium - A Marquis Who’s Who Magazine HEALTH AND WELLNESS CO-FOUNDER New Solutions Network and New York, NY REGISTERED NURSE (RETIRED) New York State Department of Corrections Poughkeepsie, NY NATANYA WACHTEL, PHD Dr. Natanya Wachtel is co-founder and chief operating officer for, an empathy AI powered platform that serves as an interactive game-theory-poweredmental wellness guide. evrmore has been featured in Netflix’s “The Social Dilemma” and will be in the series’ follow-up, “The Changemakers.” They have been named Best Responsible Technology from the Anthem awards, was part of Melinda Gates’ Headstream Accelerator, and earned Health2.0’s Best Company and Outstanding Leadership Awards. Dr. Wachtel is the founder of New Solutions Network, which began with the New Solutions Factory. This group of consultancy practices helps life sciences companies design strategic and customer-centric solutions, leveraging intersections of technology and behavioral science. She serves to aid patient advocacy, education and health benefits for those with chronic diseases and within marginalized communities. She is a founding and board member of Women Who Create, a mentorship/scholarship program for women of color that partners with biopharmaceutical companies to increase access to college education. She has also had a family therapy practice since 2000. She and her companies earned the 30 Under 30 Award and 40 Under 40 Award. Deciding to pursue nursing after being treated by compassionate nurses after an accident at the age of 18, Seleste Lurye Wallace received an AAS in nursing at Corning Community College in 1972 and was certified as a registered nurse in New York State. For the following year, she served as a nurse and team leader at the ColumbiaPresbyterian Medical Center before serving in the same capacities at Syosset Hospital until 1974. From 1974 to 1981, she was head nurse at the Parkview Nursing Home, and from 1982 to 2003, she served as a staff clinical nurse II at St. Francis Hospital. Retiring in 2017, she concluded her career as a registered nurse for the New York State Department of Corrections in Fishkill, New York, beginning in 2005. Ms. Wallace is especially proud of helping her patients and receiving positive feedback regarding her empathy and diligence for everyone in her care. To attest to her success, she was profiled in the fourth edition of Who’s Who in American Nursing in 1991. SELESTE LURYE WALLACE