Mary Delmer Health Advisor E-Mail Mary

Mary brings a perfectly unique background to Wellview. Not only is she qualified as a certified health advisor, but she also boasts over 5 years in human resources management. She uses her expertise to help our team investigate the risks of an employee population and then provides individual plans that empower participants to make lasting lifestyle changes. Mary shares our belief in a holistic view of health, and she specializes in personal training and exercise. We’re thrilled to have Mary on the front lines of our fight to revolutionize work culture and create healthier, happier employees!

“Health and well-being means consistently working to improve my quality of life by making healthy and inspired choices that lead to overall happiness and fulfillment. My vision includes being surrounded by friends and family and living an active, energetic, and adventurous life. I thrive every day spending my energy on becoming the person I want to be!”

Gena Grace Tennyson Health Advisor E-Mail Gena

With nearly 5 years of health and wellness coaching experience, Gena is a rock star in this industry. She brings a long list of credentials to the Wellview team, including receiving her master’s degree in holistic nutrition and being certified as a health and wellness coach, gluten practitioner, and MRT/LEAP therapist. Gina specializes in whole food nutrition, digestive issues, celiac/gluten sensitivity, food allergies, weight loss, stress management, and autoimmune conditions. With her talent and expertise, participants couldn’t ask for a more qualified partner in health.

“Our quest for overall health and well-being should take us beyond diet and exercise. Food is certainly a powerful medicine and healer, and physical activity is critical to our long-term vitality. But it's also about how we approach life -- our state of mind, thought patterns, attitude, and the ways we deal with stress -- that can influence our health profoundly. The path to wellness certainly has its ups and downs, but it's a lifelong spiraling journey that can take us to new heights we never imagined when we explore all aspects of our health.”

Nathan Mikeska, BS, CPT, CHC Health Advisor E-Mail Nathan

Nathan has always been passionate about health and wellness, and he truly believes in the Wellview mission of impacting lives. He joined the U.S. Air Force in 2003 and served three tours in Iraq where he really jump-started his fitness career. Nathan went on to garner a lengthy list of credentials, including a degree in nutrition, as well as certifications as a personal trainer and Wellcoaches Health Advisor. By creating personal relationships, Nathan uses the knowledge he's gained over the course of his lifetime to help each and every participant reach optimal wellness.

“Health and well-being is having a healthy balance of each of the seven dimensions: social, emotional, spiritual, environmental, occupational, intellectual, and physical. Not only is it the ability to defend against disease or illnesses, but it is also the opportunity to simply be in control of your body and health.”

Courtney Nicodemus, BS, CPT, CHC Health Advisor E-Mail Courtney

With a degree in health science, Courtney truly knows that health is both clinical and behavioral. She specializes in weight loss, exercise fitness, stress management, and tobacco cessation. Add in experience as a health advisor and personal trainer, and she has the expertise to help participants make healthy changes that last.

“It’s really pretty simple. The groundwork for all happiness is health.”

Tanya Runci, MA, ADE Health Advisor E-Mail Tanya

Tanya is a true jack of all trades, and she brings a wealth of experience to the Wellview team. As a former accountant, turned middle school teacher, turned project manager, she can understand and empathize with all walks of life. Tanya specializes in prediabetes, diabetes, and insulin resistance. By combining all of this knowledge with valuable experience as a health advisor, she helps participants understand their health with physical fitness and psychology.

“Health and well-being, in my eyes, means that I have the energy to gracefully get through the day with a smile on my face, regardless of any challenges or surprises that the day may bring. I'm my best and healthiest self when I consistently find pockets of time to prioritize my physical, emotional, and spiritual needs, despite my mind telling me I should be doing something else.”

Lauren Ormsbee, CHC, CEP Health Advisor E-Mail Lauren

Lauren received both her undergraduate and master’s degrees in exercise physiology and has over ten years of experience in the health and wellness field ranging from corporate and retirement community wellness, to clinical research, to overseeing a large scale university wellness program. She loves helping people to realize their own strengths and passions and being there to motivate them every step of the way!

“To me, health and well-being means listening to your body, both physically, mentally, and emotionally, and making sure to keep those in balance as best as possible. Being active and eating healthfully, making sure to find ways to relax, and finding the things that make you smile and bring you joy in life are equally important for optimal wellness. For me, spending time with my family and friends, finding a new athletic endeavor to take on, traveling, and going to concerts are the key things that contribute to my health and happiness.”

Keeley Mezzancello, RD, LD, CSCS Health Advisor E-Mail Keeley

Keeley brings an impressive resume to the Wellview Health team. She is a Registered Dietitian (RD), Licensed Dietitian (LD), and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and has worked in both rehabilitative and corporate wellness settings. She serves as a panel dietitian where she participates in nutrient analysis to help identify healthy eating options in local dining establishments. Keeley has developed and currently teaches a Sports Nutrition course to the dance students at the South Carolina Governor's School for the Arts and Humanities. Most recently, she owned a private wellness practice combining nutritional counseling and strengthening and conditioning. With all of this knowledge and experience, Keeley will empower participants to make healthy lifestyles through physical, nutritional, and behavioral education!

“Health and well-being are a balanced mind and body and an investment into activities and behaviors that promote contentment and reduce stress, illness, and injury. I believe that the mind is at the core of health and well-being, so I believe a mental commitment to a healthy lifestyle is powerful and life-changing.”

Catherine Churchill, CHC Health Advisor E-Mail Catherine

With over fifteen years of experience as a business professional and former executive, she understands the challenges employees and executives face in trying to balance their busy careers and family lives while trying to achieve/maintain optimal health and well-being. As a health advisor and self-care advocate, she partners with and compassionately supports participants in a safe and non-judgmental space. Taking a consumer-centered and "whole person" approach that integrates the mind, body, and spirit, she successfully creates positive, sustainable behavioral changes that empower participants to improve their health and well-being and to be more productive and satisfied in their workplace and in their lives.

“Health and Well-Being means nourishing the mind, body, and soul every day to create a positive balance so one can flourish and live a meaningful and purposeful life.”

Casey Edmonds, CHC Health Advisor E-Mail Casey

Casey received her B.S. in health sciences and even conducted her own independent study in public health. She has experience in clinical health advisory and over five years in wellness coaching in health-related fields like fitness, nutrition, and physical and occupational therapy. She uses her vast knowledge to find out what steps participants need to take to make healthy change!

“Health is a state of being free of physical, mental, social, financial and spiritual hindrances that allow a lifestyle of health, comfort and happiness.”

Heather Fuselier, CTTS, CPT, CHC Health Advisor E-Mail Heather

Heather earned her nickname, Healthy Heather, from her enthusiasm to help everyone around her to connect with the elements of their lives, which enables them to sustain a balance in health and wellness. As a Certified Personal Trainer, Tobacco Treatment Specialist, and Certified Wellness Coach, Heather approaches each client relationship like a puzzle. Through the discovery of the different pieces, the process of putting them together, and regular peeks at the big picture, it turns into something that can be glued together and kept forever! With over 10 years of coaching experience, she helps the participants to form healthy habits and in sustainability, stress balance, and resilience.

“To me, health and well-being are about resilience and balance. I love to see the hop in someone's step or the twinkle in the eye that comes from those little moments of saying, "I did it!" The momentum that builds from those small victories grows into an unstoppable force for good, and that energy is what health and well-being mean to me.”

Kelley Robertson, BS, ERYT, CHWC Health Advisor E-Mail Kelley

After working as a network journalist for decades, Kelley is familiar with the grueling pace of our modern workplaces and the need for health practices. She believes in helping people transform their lives through getting stronger, eating better, and dropping stress. Kelley studied Integrative Health coaching at Duke Integrative Medicine and has been a certified Yoga Alliance Teacher since 2004. As a health journalist for 4 years, Kelley wrote and reported for WebMD and produced award-winning documentaries for CNN’s Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta. While she enjoyed writing about health, Kelley is happier to be actively guiding people towards healthier lifestyles.

“Good health means everything to me. The old adage of “if you don’t have your health, you don’t have anything” really rings true. I’ve worked overnight hours for years and let job stress take a toll on my physical health. Now, I find it crucial to take care of my physical health and know that good health is so much more. We all are multidimensional - physical, spiritual, mental and emotional. Whether it is doing some movement that you enjoy (if you enjoy it, it’s not even “working out!”), laughing and sharing a meal with friends, being kind to yourself and having positive thoughts – whatever contributes to your joy – is also the source of your good health.”

Amber Yeargin, BS, MS Health Advisor E-Mail Amber

Amber brings a broad knowledge of healthy living practices to the Wellview Team. She began her career in health promotion as a Program Coordinator for a senior services facility, working with active older adults. While pursuing her graduate degree, Amber worked as a health coach, which is where she was able to implement her enthusiasm for health and wellness. She has a Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree in Exercise and Health Science from Kennesaw State University.

“Personally, I feel as though health and wellbeing is about living a life of personal responsibility and making the commitment each day to take care of your physical, mental and social self.”

Maria Kugler, BBA, RYT Health Advisor E-Mail Maria

Maria has a diverse background in business management, team development, sales and entrepreneurism. She has competed in over 100 running, triathlon and cycling races and has practiced yoga as a student and teacher for the past decade. Physical fitness and wellbeing has shaped Maria’s philosophy on living a balanced, mindful and adventurous life. Maria brings heart, patience and perspective to the coaching world through helping others create powerful visions to inspire positive lasting change. She enjoys helping others find clarity and excitement towards achieving life goals.

“Wellbeing means being able to live the life you want. It's the powerful connection of mind, body and soul to achieve the highest level of health, happiness and prosperity. It is an everyday practice that ebbs and flows and thrives off inspiration.”

Kari Martinez, RD, LDN Registered Dietitian E-Mail Kari

Kari has over ten years of experience in the fitness and nutrition field. Her specialty is family nutrition, weight management, diabetes, food allergies, and sports nutrition. Kari also has a growing background working with pre- and postnatal mothers, counseling women with gestational diabetes or educating mothers on healthy nutrition for their families. She also has taught mom and baby fitness classes, yoga, and pilates. Kari is a Licensed and Registered Dietitian (LD, RD) who holds a M.S. in Nutrition and Public Health and a B.S. in Exercise Science and Health Promotion. Her passion is empowering people to take steps toward improving their lifestyle for themselves and their family through an approach that is practical, yet holistic.

“I believe that it is important we take care of our bodies because we are only given one. To me, health and wellness is about taking preventative measures to reduce the risk of illness and being aware of the connection between sound mind and body. We can make simple changes and set attainable goals regularly to improve our own well-being; whether that be nourishing our bodies by eating healthier, wholesome foods, managing stress levels by balancing work and family life, loving ourselves and others more, or being more physically active. The idea behind wellness is to build a strong foundation for long-term optimal health and a fulfilling life.”