West Chester, PA NEDA Walk

Online pre-registration is now closed, but you can still register at the walk! Donations will be accepted online through 11/20.

Event Details

Walk Venue: East Goshen Park
Walk Location: 1661 Paoli Pike, West Chester, PA 19380
Walk Date: Sunday, October 20, 2019
Check In Time: 10am
Opening Ceremony: 11am
Walk End Time: 12pm
Walk Fundraising Goal: $25,000
Contact: Morgan Gleeson at westchesternedawalk@gmail.com 

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Online registrations closes at 3pm ET on Friday, 10/18. Didn't meet the deadline? You can still register at the walk!


Diana Winderman, LPC

Diana Winderman, LPC has spent the last 7 years working at the Renfrew Center of Philadelphia.  She received her undergraduate degree at Temple University and went on to complete my Master’s degree in Counseling & Clinical Health Psychology from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.  In her current role as Clinical Program Manager, she supervises and supports the group therapists and oversee Renfrew’s group programming.  She also provides individual, family and group therapy to patients and their loved ones. One of her favorite parts of the role is helping to plan Renfrew’s yearly Alumni Reunion, as it is so rewarding to see previous patients return to share their remarkable stories of recovery and success.


Kirstin Day

Kirstin Day has more than 16 years experience as a senior executive in the fashion industry in New York City. She is a mom of two, an avid equestrian, and lover of art and music. Mental health has always been her passion, however, since struggling with an eating disorder, depression, and anxiety in her teens. In 2012, she combined her business experience and interest in helping others to form Strength is Beautiful, a platform and series of educational programs for children, teens, their parents, and industry professionals about eating disorders, mental health and their effects with a focus on promoting health, confidence and positive self- image. Kirstin has spoken to a wide range of audiences including multiple times at the Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Jefferson Hospital, as a keynote speaker at the NEDAcon National Conference, and to patients and stakeholders at The Renfrew Center’s various locations; as well as local organizations including The Junior League of Philadelphia, The Saturday Club, Lower Merion High School, The Agnes Irwin School, Open Connections School, Senior Leadership in the Radnor School District, and the YMCA. Most recently she has been interviewed for an article in Savvy Mainline as well as a guest on the Transformational Storyteller Podcast. Kirstin believes that our society needs to be talking more opening about mental health and it is her mission to do just that.


Thank you to our sponsors

This sponsor section is to acknowledge the financial support of our sponsors. Neither this section nor any other listings or signage seen at the walk is intended in any way as an endorsement of the companies listed, their products or services.

Goal: $25,000
Amount Raised: $24,044

Participant Center 


  1. Walk for Freedom - $3,195
  2. Kris' Krew - $2,595
  3. NEDA Little Love - $940
  4. Morgan's Fangirls! - $785
  5. Recovery Warriors - $615
  6. Team Audrey - $505
  7. IU Student Dietetic Association - $491
  8. Recovery Takes TEAMWORK - $440
  9. WCU Sister to Sister and Body Peace - $400
  10. Living Beyond - $345


  1. Morgan Gleeson - $2,010
  2. Hannah Porter - $1,530
  3. Casie Sauder - $1,250
  4. Paul Serano - $1,110
  5. Melissa Kent - $840
  6. Rachel Vanderslice - $555
  7. Eric Brooks - $500
  8. Brooke Bayliss - $445
  9. Christina Dockery - $350
  10. Sarah Cirulnick - $325