In today’s cultural and political climate, mental and behavioral health are receiving more attention than ever before. However, our national conversation has yet to address eating disorders (EDs) as a widespread and serious mental health problem. Roughly one in ten Americans—some 30 million people—of all ages, races, ethnicities, and life circumstances suffer from an ED. Eating disorders have the highest mortality rate of all mental illnesses and the relapse rate in the first year following treatment of upwards of 50%. Hear from a diverse group of innovative leaders about how they are tackling this problem.