Tampa, Fla. – The Obesity Action Coalition (OAC) hosted its 10th Annual Your Weight Matters National Convention, YWM2021 – VIRTUAL, providing excellent education, advocacy and support to more than 2,000 attendees.

YWM2021 – VIRTUAL welcomed individuals from more than 50 states throughout the U.S. and 48 countries worldwide. From insightful educational sessions on mental health and obesity, regulating body weight, managing weight with technology to engaging special event sessions, YWM2021 offered something for everyone. “We continually strive to offer attendees a unique experience providing useful education that they can use in their journey with weight and health. Through open conversation and education, the OAC was able to help people recharge their health and their minds,” said Joe Nadglowski, OAC President and CEO.

While the OAC has officially wrapped YWM2021 – VIRTUAL, individuals can still access the recorded sessions for a limited time for $50. “The education offered during YWM2021 is simply unparalleled. If you find yourself frustrated with all of the misinformation out there on weight, health, nutrition, exercise and more, I promise you will benefit from these amazing educational sessions led by the most sought-after healthcare experts,” said Patty Nece, JD, OAC Chair. To learn more about how to access all of the recorded sessions, please click here!

YWM2021 – VIRTUAL would like to give a special thanks to our National Sponsors: Platinum – Novo Nordisk, Silver – Boehringer Ingelheim, Eli Lilly and Company, Endo Pharmaceuticals and Medtronic, Bronze – Bariatric & Metabolic Institute, Celebrate Voice, Currax Pharmaceuticals, Form Health, Geisinger, Wondr Health and WW.

The OAC is excited to announce YWM2022 will take place next year, July 14-16, in Henderson, Nevada. To sign-up for Convention E-news Alerts and be the first to know when information on YWM2022 is available, please click here.

The Obesity Action Coalition (OAC), a more than 75,000 member-strong National nonprofit organization, is dedicated to improving the lives of individuals affected by the disease of obesity through education, advocacy and support.