Michelle Dickinson-Moravek always had a commitment to making a difference for young people, so when the time came to choose a project in Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program, it wasn’t hard for her to choose a direction. Her project, ‘Perfect […]
‘Color me Africa’ to Bring African Art to Chicago
Landmark graduate Soraya Sheppard is bringing the color and power of South African art to Chicago.
Spread Love Spreads Mental Health Awareness
‘Spread Love Like Butter’ raised awareness of mental health issues and raised almost $10,000 for a Toronto mental health center.
TEDx Talk – Beyond Perfectionism
Sunny Kang, a world-renowned clarinet player and graduate of The Landmark Forum, discusses growing up as a perfectionist, and the breakthroughs she had in moving past having to do everything right.
Children’s Holiday Magic Celebrates 11th Year
Jeff Gelder has spread holiday cheer to sick kids for 11 years in a row, via his international organization which gives hospitalized children Christmas CDs.
BagUps Making a Difference, One Bag at a Time
One Landmark Forum graduate has created Bag Ups in attempt to revolutionize the way people use plastic kitchen bags.
From Business Insider, Leading Entrepreneur Recommends Landmark Forum as Best Business Move
A leading entrepreneur recommends The Landmark Forum as the best thing one can do to take a business to the next level.
Vik Maraj on Transforming the Non-Profit Sector and Changing the Game
Landmark Forum graduate Vik Maraj was recently interviewed by the Huffington Post about what it will take to transform the non-profit sector. Maraj has worked to transform organizations and communities, working with the United Way, the United Nations; the government of […]
Reinventing Herself as a Male Clothing Model
A New York model took an unusual leap – as a woman she began to model as a man. As covered in The New York Post and CNN.
Landmark Forum Leader on CBS: Creating Intimacy
Josselyne Herman-Saccio, a Landmark Forum Leader and Landmark spokesperson, appears on CBS TV to discuss intimacy.
Three Tips for Not Reacting to Family
Landmark Forum Landmark Forum Leader David Cunningham gives three tips for staying cool at family gatherings.
Punjabi Poetry Fair Connects Poets New and Old
Over 100 established Punjabi poets came together recently with up and coming poets at a poetry fair organized by Jaswant Singh Zafar as his project in Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program. In the inaugural session S. Amarjit Singh Grewal welcomed the […]
Red Lippy Project Goes Viral, Raises Cervical Cancer Awareness
Caroline Muhlich’s project that she created in the Landmark Self-Expression and Leadership Program found a colorful and effective way to raise awareness of cervical cancer in the UK – encourage women to wear bright red lipstick. The Red Lippy Project […]
Mural Beautifies Newark, Celebrates History of African American Music, Supports Community Farm
Anthony Smith’s project in the Landmark Self-Expression and Leadership Program was a mural that celebrated Newark’s musical history while supporting a thriving community.
Free Your Future Reaches out to Lavender Hill Youth
One Cape Town man is creating programs to help at risk youth in nearby Lavender Hill.
‘For Love and Art’ Connects Sick and Immobile to Art
In Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program, Mark Lombard created a way to connect the ill and immobile with great art – read more about this unique and moving project.
Shoebox Project Gives Gifts to Homeless
Lauren Giblin’s project in Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program brought Christmas to the homeless in London. Her original plan was to have 150 shoeboxes full of gifts delivered to five participating shelters in time for the holiday. Generous donations from […]
Desire to Inspire Brings Dance to Girls in LA
A new dance workshop for girls led by top industry professionals is taking place in Los Angeles – Amelia Lynch created the event as her project in Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
Art for the Trees If You Please
A project created in Houston during Landmark Education’s SELP led to a unique forest-themed art exhibit which raised funds for a drought-ravaged park.
‘Adopt A Dancer’ Brings Dance to Poor Children
‘Adopt a Dancer’, a project created in the Landmark SELP, allows people to sponsor poor children in having Latin dance lessons.
SUNday Stroll Event Raises Awareness of Lupus and Other Sunlight Sensitive Conditions
A woman with Lupus is creating awareness events and a line of colorful, UV-proof umbrellas for those with Lupus and other sun sensitive conditions.
Homebound Submitted to Sundance
Fanny Veliz created the film Homebound to transform how latinos were perceived in the media. It began as her game in the world in the Landmark Education Team, Management and Leadership Program.
Former Florida Center Manager Releases Children’s Books
Mollie Patridge the former center manager of Landmark Education’s Florida Center, has published a pair of children’s books.
‘Writing on the Wall’ Brings Mural to Blighted Neighborhood
A project created out of a Landmark program has brought a vibrant mural to one of Baltimore’s known drug corners.
Olympic Torch Visits Irish Schools, Towns
A landmark Education Graduate and philanthropist was an Olympic torch bearer in Northern Ireland – then he sent the torch to tour Ireland after the Summer Olympic Games.
I Love My City Launches One Million Stickers Campaign
A project that began two years ago in Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program continues to find new ways to improve the quality of life in Faridibad.
Lady Warrior Project, Telling Stories of Women in Combat
One woman veteran of the Iraq war created a project in the Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program to create a book sharing the diverse experiences of woman in combat.
From an Arizona High School, Computers for Students Overseas
Almost 500 computers will be heading to students in Ghana and India, as a result of Sheila Scanlan’s project she created in Landmark’s SELP.
Thirteen Years of Making of Difference for Seniors and Society
Jnanajyothi has been making a difference in the lives of Mumbai seniors for 13 years.
Fanatical Change Raises $350,000
A project formed in Landmark Education’s SELP in the fall of 2008 has raised over $350,000 to support families who experience a sudden tragedy.