Winda Birt
Featured Speaker



Saturday Morning Young Ladies Session – Ages 13 – 18 Winda and Octavia will present powerful tools to use while learning to be your authentic self in a society where you are

challenged to be accepted. Self-Love. Society wants you to fit in but our youth are struggling with being authentic.

Winda Birt's Biography

Winda “Wendy” Birt, FLE, is a Family Life Educator who is committed to enhancing the lives of families in the community by promoting health education and prevention.  Winda is dedicated to the success of youth and families within the community. 

Winda is a graduate of Spring Arbor University in Lambertville, MI, where she received her Master of Art in Family Education. Winda has over twenty six years of experience working with children/families.  She has taught in the inner city of New Orleans, LA, as a coordinator of the Pickett Learning Center, and has worked as a School Support Specialist for Toledo Public Schools at Connecting Point. She has provided support, education and training to numerous families and children.  Currently, Winda is the director of the Healthy Connections Department at the YWCA of Northwest Ohio, working to empower women with the importance of early breast cancer detection and a client advocate for thousands of women. 

Winda has been married to Dr. Robert Birt, Jr.  for 31 years, and has one daughter, a son in law and three grandchildren. Together, she and her husband conduct marriage seminars across the United States.  Winda also provides a variety of motivational workshops across the country, which areev designed to provide spiritual and personal empowerment to women.  

Winda is a member of the Breast Health Coalition, Minority Health Coalition, Community Network Coalition, Tobacco Coalition and Toledo Alumnae Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.  

Winda’s favorite hobbies are cooking, reading and spending quality time with her family. 

Winda lives by the words, “it is not about me, it is all about God!” Her favorite scripture is Isaiah 40:30-31.