About Founders

Christina Nemec, M.Ed.

Christina Nemec, M.Ed.

Health and Wellness Expert

Christina Nemec is a faculty member in the Wellness and Exercise Science Department at Bergen Community College. After graduating with a Bachelor¹s degree in Human Resource Management and working as a technical recruiter, she completed a Masters in Education and taught K-8 for many years.

One husband, three kids and two dogs later, Christina chose to pursue her true passion for health and wellness and earned a degree in Exercise Science. Today she combines all aspects of her background and experience to focus on helping people make small lifestyle changes that impact their health in a big way. She co-founded PATH Health Consultants, LLC to help companies and organizations support employees in realizing their personal health goals, while saving money, improving productivity and boosting workplace morale in the process.
Christina lives with her family in Upper Saddle River, NJ.

Julie Seda, M.S.

Julie Seda, M.S.

Health and Wellness Expert

Julie Seda is a faculty member at Bergen Community College. She holds a Masters degree in Exercise Science and Sports Administrations and is a WITTS Certified Personal Trainer, AFAA certified group exercise instructor and certified SPIN Instructor. While in graduate school, Julie was awarded the prestigious Exceptional Women Award in 2011. She founded and serves as Event Director for the annual HERO 5K at Bergen Community College, which brings the community to the school to support its student veterans.

Julie has spent her career helping people improve their lives with diet and lifestyle changes. When a falling tree gravely injured a close friend during Hurricane Sandy in 2012, Julie used fitness, diet and lifestyle to help him recover. The experience showed her how resilient the body is when it receives the proper care. She co-founded PATH Health Consultants, LLC, in the spirit of Hippocrates, who said, “If we could give every individual the right amount of nourishment and exercise, not too little not too much, we would have found the safest way to health.” Julie lives in Franklin Lakes, NJ with her husband, their son and the family dog.