S P E A K E R S

Lucas Lipari
BSN, RN 

Lacey Naematullah
BSN, RN

COMING SOON

Sol Angélica Muñiz
MSN, RN, RPT 

Lucas Lipari 
BSN, RN 

Lucas Lipari earned his BSN in May 2019 from Rutgers University as a Second Degree student on the New Brunswick campus. There, he served as both class President and RSNA 2nd Degree Representative. After completing his degree, he began his nursing career at The Valley Hospital's Critical Care Residency Program. There, he underwent intense training to learn the care of immediate postoperative open heart patients. During the initial COVID surge, he was pulled off of orientation to care for critically ill, often crashing COVID ICU patients. Following that ordeal, he expanded his horizons and is now also employed in the ICU at University Hospital in Newark and is working toward his Mobile Intensive Care Nurse (MICN) certification in their EMS division while he serves as a Critical Care Transport RN (CCT RN). At University Hospital EMS, he has applied for the Rescue Qualification Course to learn swift water, ice, high-rise and car rescue and hopes to be selected as a future Flight Nurse in the coming years.

Lacey Naematullah
BSN, RN 

Lacey Naematullah is a Nurse Mentor with a primary focus on changing the new graduate nurse experience. An educator at heart,Lacey has taken her experience from working as a middle school teacher to working on a cardiac unit as a nurse to build The Empowered Nurse, LLC and help new nurses around the world thrivein their careers. With the mission to change the face of nursing via the experiences new nurses have as they transition to practice, Lacey is building a happier, healthier, and more effective way to enter into the profession that promotes longevity of both the individuals and our healthcare system as a whole.

Sol Angélica Muñiz
MSN, RN, RPT

Sol Angélica Muñiz holds over master’s degrees in Emergency and Trauma Nursing and Critical Care Nursing from EDP University of Puerto Rico, Inc.  Her background involves working with acutely ill patients under different settings and roles and educating nurses from Latin American, the Caribbean, Africa, and Asia regarding the trauma nurse role and trauma systems development.  Ms. Muñiz has and continues to volunteer her time as a nurse in medical and surgical missions; and lectures regarding nurse empowerment, trauma injury, nurse burnout, and more.  Additional graduate education she took shifted towards [global] public health, focusing on nurse attrition and post-disaster suicide prevention.  Ms. Muñiz volunteers her spare time to mentor novice and experienced nurses, as a board member of two nursing organizations and as an active member of various nursing associations throughout the United States and Central and South America.  She is actively volunteering to help decrease disparities among Hispanics in the US and in her native Puerto Rico.  Sol Angélica is an experienced trauma nurse, having worked at Level-I and Level-II trauma centers.  Recently, Ms. Muñiz was commissioned as an Officer of the US Army Reserve, Nurse Corps