In recent years, there have been a number of hi-profile crises that have gotten a great deal of attention. The Indonesian Tsunami, Huricane Katrina and the genocide in Darfur have all gotten extensive media attention but once the attention subsides the people affected remain […]
Live Again Project Allows Cancer Patients to Share their Stories, Make a Difference
One doctor is going beyond the medical treatment he offers his cancer patients – through ‘Live Again’, he is offering the opportunity for they and others affected by cancer to share their stories.
For the Girls
Sara Safari climbs the world’s tallest mountains to raise money for Empower Nepali Girls, a group providing an education for the poorest Nepali girls and keeping them out of the sex trade.
Landmark Forum Leader on CBS: Creating Intimacy
Josselyne Herman-Saccio, a Landmark Forum Leader and Landmark spokesperson, appears on CBS TV to discuss intimacy.
Transforming the World – One Laugh at a Time
Ernie G is pioneer in standup comedy, being an inventor of what he calls empowerment comedy. Read his story and how he used what he saw in The Landmark Forum to set him on the road to making a difference through laughter.
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.
Community Market Embraces Hiring Homeless
The Los Angeles Times singled out Jon Murga as a Landmark graduate who is making a unique difference – hiring the homeless to work at his community market in Los Angeles.
TEDx Santa Monica – The Magnificence of Imperfection
Cheryl Hunter, actor, writer, speaker, coach, landmark education graduate – speaks at TEDx Santa Monica.
TEDx Talk Spotlights Make a Film Foundation
Make A Film Foundation, created by Tamika Lamison as her project in Landmark Education’s SELP, was discussed by Lamison in her recent Ted talk.
TEDx Pasadena – Self Defense as a Right
Landmark Forum graduate and author Ellen Snortland discusses how women aren’t usually conditioned to be able to defend themselves – what if the ability to defend oneself was a natural right and something everyone was trained in?
Landmark Education Programs Translated Into Farsi In Newport Beach
The Landmark Forum, Advanced Course and seminars are being translated into Farsi in Landmark’s Newport Beach office.
Make A Film Foundation Introduces Vidz 4 Kidz
Make A Film Foundation, which empowers critically ill children to create short film legacies, now makes it easier than ever for young people to make movies. Originally a project created in Landmark Education’s SELP.
Landmark Education Communication Expert Appearing on CBS News in Los Angeles
Landmark communication expert Josselyne Herman Saccio is appearing Friday on a Los Angeles television news broadcast.
Beverly Hills Wine Festival Honors Vin Scully; Benefits ‘Cancer Schmancer’
Alan Semsar leads Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program in Los Angeles, and his latest community project in that program was the Beverly Hills Wine Festival, which took place on February 27 at the Hyatt Regency hotel. The event, which […]
Robin Carlson, Former Self-Expression and Leadership Program Leader, Passes at 46
For Landmark Education SELP leader Robin Carlson died earlier this month of cancer at the age of 46.
Make a Film Foundation Featured on ABC
Make a Film Foundation, the non-profit created to empower sick children to make films as a project in the Landmark Education SELP program, was featured by ABC News in Los Angeles.
Aid Still Required Tirelessly Tackles Forgotten Causes
Aid Still Required, a non-profit founded by Landmark graduates Andrea Herz Payne and Hunter Payne, aids survivors of disasters after the news cameras have gone away.
The Passing of Jerome Downes
Memorial services are scheduled for Jerome Downes, Landmark Forum leader.
“A Princess Found” Book Tour Comes to Pasadena
Sarah Culberson’s book tour for “A Princess Found”, her autobiography about discovering she was actually a princess in Sierra Leone, is coming to Pasadena on Sunday, November 15th.
Landmark Forum Leader David Cunningham Discusses “Staycations”
Landmark Forum leader David Cunningham recently appeared on the Kababayan LA television program in Los Angeles to discuss the topic of stay at home vacations.
LAX in LA Brings Lacrosse to Watts Summer Games
Sean McKeon, who brought acrosse to inner city Los Angeles high schools as part of his LAX in LA project that he formulated in Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program, has teamed with Kate Marks (also with LAX in LA) to bring […]
Budo Beach Party Benefit Brings Martial Arts to Newcomers, Underprivileged Kids
Becca Borawski has created the ‘Budo Beach Party’, an April 5th benefit in Santa Monica for underprivileged children who have an interest in the martial arts, as her project in the Landmark Education Self Expression and Leadership Program. In addition […]
Fuel, Acclaimed Documentary on Oil and Biofuels, Opens in Los Angeles
Landmark Education graduate Josh Tickell’s award-winning documentary "Fuel" has opened in the Los Angeles area in a limited February engagment, and will be appearing elsewhere in the United States in February and March. The documentary, which Tickell recently spoke about with […]
‘Born with it’ Empowers Women
Tomiko Fraser is a prominent American model and actress, known for being one of the faces of Maybelline, and also known for her work as a spokesperson for the Lupus Foundation, raising awareness about the disease. In the Landmark Education […]
Snortland Counts Her Blessings
Ellen Snortland is a prominent writer and comedian who has taken Landmark Education Courses. In an article she wrote for Pasadena Weekly, during and about the Thanksgiving holiday season in the United States, Snortland offers a suggestion that she follows […]
Troy Byer Speaks out about Acting, Writing, Landmark Education
Noted director, actor and writer Troy Byer was recently interviewed by Los Angeles Wave about a variety of subjects, including getting away from Hollywood, her new career as a writer, her study of ontology, making a difference with people and […]
Wright Leads LAX in LA Fundraiser
Acclaimed comedian Daryl Wright is performing for a fundraiser for LAX in LA, the organization that has brought Lacrosse to in inner city Los Angeles neighborhoods. The event is taking place Thursday, September 25 at 10pm, at the Improv in […]
Siemers Creates Foundation for Hope
Cameron Siemers is a young man who was told he would die as a child — He is afflicted with both Hemophilia and AIDS. He survived, spending much of his childhood in hospitals. He managed to survive into his twenties, […]
TV Stars Cut Loose at Medico’s Booming Hot in Hollywood AIDS Benefit
In its third year, Hot in Hollywood has grown to be one of Los Angeles’ most talked about fundraising events. It features well known actors going outside their comfort zone to perform in a wild, fun talent/variety show that raises […]
Lost Princess Discovers her Past and Helps Rebuild Sierra Leone
In the Landmark Forum, aspiring Los Angeles Actor Sarah Culberson realized that she was terrified to find her biological father. Culberson was adopted and grew up in West Virginia, and in the Landmark Forum she decided that she would find […]