The forums are a very, very small part of the Preeclampsia Foundation.
I can understand why it can appear that the only things going on are what you read about here, but that's simply not the case.
Colorado has one of the largest state groups. 90% of the people who I have met and have contacted the PF decline to post on the forums- no time, no interest, etc.
We have some wonderful women who are very in touch with the community, and people who did put in effort to do a WAT, and it's been discussed for this year.
Just because you don't read about it on the public forums doesn't mean there isn't quite a bit going on.
Hence, I will post my e-mail address again.
Should we plan a PF event it will be approved and posted on the forums, but the planning and execution will not be done on public forums, it's done through e-mail, phone calls, and personal meetings.
As I said before, we have several members that have never even visited the boards- so while it's a nice tool, it's not by any stretch indicitive of all that Colorado has done and is doing for the Preeclampsia Foundation.
I hope that explains a little more about this state group.