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What does WTEF stand for?

WTEF stands for What to Expect Foundation (babies; New York, NY)

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The following members have either recently joined the Board or are joining as of the 2011 Board meeting (full membership list available here): * Lisa Bernstein, Executive Director, What to Expect Foundation * Joe Blatt, Senior Lecturer in Education, Faculty Director, Technology, Innovation, and Education Program, Harvard Graduate School of Education * Matt Brown, President of Klutz and Senior Vice President of Scholastic, Inc.
Media Group Patti Miller Vice President and Director, Children & the Media Children Now Heidi Murkoff Author/Co-founder and President, What to Expect Foundation Peggy O'Brien, PhD Senior Vice President, Educational Programming and Services Corporation for Public Broadcasting Susan Petroff Associate Executive Director, Programs National Center for Learning Disabilities Diane Powers Director, Communications Children's Defense Fund Kyle D.
The What to Expect Foundation (WTEF), a non-profit group that takes its name from the best-selling What to Expect pregnancy and parenting guidebook series, announced a plan to disseminate fliers with information about low-cost and free health care coverage to thousands of health care providers and pregnant women.
Honorees on behalf of their teams will include: Ronald Jimmerson, Human Resources Manager, Cascade Engineering; Donald Richard Fezell, Office Managing Partner, Ernst and Young LLP; Rosalind Cox, Manager, Diversity and Worklife, Ford Motor Company; Delia Guzman, Vice President, Work/Life Solutions and Human Resources, JP Morgan Chase; Maria Ferris, Manager, Work/Life and Women's Initiatives, IBM; Shayne Parker, Senior Manager, Work/Family Programs, Lucent Technologies; and Lisa Bernstein, Co-Founder, The What to Expect Foundation.