Two dedicated Landmark graduates are out to do whatever it takes to reduce maternal mortality in the developing world.
A Detroit concert is raising money to rebuild an esteemed music school in Haiti.
This Landmark SELP project involved books for Barbados students.
Please visit InterAction to find a comprehensive list of organizations powerfully assisting Haiti.
The editors of Landmark Education News request people give to the American Red Cross to support its relief effort in Haiti.
Donna Duncan-Scott, the former CEO of Jamaica’s largest investment house whose April interview with Flair Magazine was previously covered by Landmark Education News, has shared with the Jamaica Gleaner her vision of what is possible for Jamaica and the difference […]
MaryKay Mullally is the acclaimed wellness coach who used the Landmark Self-Expression and Leadership Program to fulfill her dream of making a difference for other women by having them run marathons and half marathons. Her work with Step up for […]
In 2004, Jamaican MaryKay Mullally used Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program to found Step Up For Life, which began as half-marathon training program for women. Soon, her project became her life–Mullally gave up her old career and in addition […]
Beverly Manley, the former first lady of Jamaica, Jamaica’s former representative to the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, and a graduate of Landmark Education’s Landmark Forum program, recently interviewed Deb Beroset, a spokesperson and program leader for […]
Prominent Jamaican Landmark Forum graduate Donna Duncan-Scott, who is the an executive and former CEO of Jamaica Money Market Brokers Ltd. (JMMB), the largest investment house in Jamaica, has been honored by the First Global Bank(one of six commercial banks operating […]