Hosting a speaker for a NEDAwareness Week event is a great way to educate your community about the dangers of eating disorders, how to talk to a loved one, and connect those affected to the help they need.  Here you will find local Volunteer Speaker information as well as the opportunity to become a Volunteer Speaker yourself!

Find a Volunteer Speaker

Volunteer Speakers are available to speak in your area on eating disorders. They are prepared with NEDA copyrighted presentations, educational guidelines, and, if they have personal experience with an eating disorder (self or a loved one), they can share their experiences responsibly. Find out if there is a speaker in your area!

Note: Once you find a Volunteer Speaker, fill out the NEDAwareness Week Speaker Request Form and email it to the speaker you wish to secure.

Become a Volunteer Speaker

Volunteer speakers are invaluable to outreach and educational efforts during NEDAwareness Week. Be sure to check back with us to find out how you can become a speaker for 2015!

Already Registered as a Volunteer Speaker?

Access your Speaker Materials to get started!

You can now let your communities know that you are a NEDAwareness Week Volunteer Speaker by sending this Outreach Letter.  Telling others that you are able to present on topics discussing eating disorders can be a valuable resource for those who may need help or knows someone who does.