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Meredith Parent Network Gets New VP, Group Publisher

Jeff Wellington has been named Vice President, Group Publisher for the Meredith Parents Network. Wellington succeeds Brian Kightlinger, who was promoted to Vice President, Corporate Sales of Meredith’s National Media Group on Monday. Wellington comes to Meredith from Scholastic, where he served as Publisher of Scholastic Parent & Child.

“Jeff’s background and experience with providing creative multi-platform integrated marketing  solutions for clients will be a huge asset as we continue to enhance and expand the Parents Network media footprint,” said Carey Witmer, Executive Vice President, President, Meredith Parents Network.

Wellington begins at Meredith on April 9 and will report to Carey Witmer, Executive Vice President, Publisher, The Parents Network.

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Jeff Wellington Heads to Scholastic Parent & Child as VP, Publisher

Jeff Wellington has been VP and Publisher at Scholastic Parent & Child Magazine.

In this position, Wellington will lead the business and creative direction of the Parent & Child publishing program and will manage the strategic development of the Parent and Child brand.

Wellington will report to Hugh Roome, President, Consumer and Professional Publishing.

“Jeff Wellington has the right experience and a proven track record to continue the phenomenal growth trajectory of Scholastic Parent & Child magazine. We’ve had double-digit growth in each of the last five years and believe that Jeff can guide Scholastic Parent & Child to the next level of success online and in print,” Roome said.

He joins Scholastic from ReadyMade, a Meredith Corporation publication, where he served as Publisher for the past two years. There, he was responsible for the advertising sales, marketing, and brand development for the magazine and all digital applications.