Missing column in list 1 from list 2. How can this be added

Good morning experts.

I have 2 lists as follows:
List 1 is a form with a column pulling a multi selection lookup from list 2
List 2 is simply a list of domain user names.

In list 1 I want users display name instead of their email address. I have a column in list 2 called Display Name but list 1 offers only Created, Email, ID, Modified, and Version columns as choices. I've attached a screen shot from Designer 2013.
Can you guide me in the right direction to make this happen?

My environment is SharePoint 2013 Standard.

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Nuno RogadoCommented:
Hi Eddie,

You should go back to "List 1" settings and edit the lookup field, then below "Get information from: " "List 2" you can choose if it's the email or the DisplayName that appears or you can even add a second field selecting a new column on "Add a column to show each of these additional fields:".

Best Regards,
Nuno Rogado
Eddie_1Author Commented:
Thanks Nuno.

I was able to figure it out last week. I ended up creating a new contact list with a display name and email column for list 2. In list 1, I chose a multi-selection lookup for the display name in list 2. Then, I set the workflow to send emails to the selected display name and pulling the email addresses from the email column in list 2. This has been a long but rewarding experience. Trial and error does have it's place. Thanks again Nuno.

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Eddie_1Author Commented:
The applied solution resulted in a workflow that pulled multiple selections from list 1 and then used the email column in list 2, a new contact list, to send email for the multiple selections in list 1.
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