Landmark communication expert Josselyne Herman Saccio is appearing Friday on a Los Angeles television news broadcast.
Landmark Education’s 2011 Conference for Global Transformation was held May 20-22 outside of San Francisco.
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 […]
For Landmark Education SELP leader Robin Carlson died earlier this month of cancer at the age of 46.
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.
‘Leaders Causing Leaders’ Debut leadership conference is taking place November 6-7 in Long Beach.
Fred Strickler created a project in Landmark Education’s SELP to make top dancing instruction widely available via the internet.
Cindy Chan’s project in Landmark’s SELP was to deliver 1,000 care packages to women solidiers in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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.
A unique fashion event combined Bicycles and Vintage Clothing this past Saturday night in Sacramento.
Hearts of Fire, the organization created by Landmark graduate Bob Ballard, began its Motor Home Housing project with the donation of an RV to a homeless mother and her son.
Arlon Staggs gives 4 key tips on how to create an effective community project fundraiser.
Wendy Rae Johnson’s project in the Landmark SELP course is to raise $40,000 for Easter Seals for 40 developmentally disabled people to attend Camp Harmon.
Miche Walsh is using her Landmark Education training to take on the largest floating garbage patch in the Pacific Ocean.
Memorial services are scheduled for Jerome Downes, Landmark Forum leader.
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 recently appeared on the Kababayan LA television program in Los Angeles to discuss the topic of stay at home vacations.
When Lisa Van Gelder enrolled in a class through Landmark Education, a program of leadership and self-improvement classes, she was focused on improving her self-expression skills. But soon she found that through helping herself, she could also help others.
Stacy Cabales created the art and music festival “Barongs of our Fathers” to honor and acknowledge Filipino fathers, to be held June 28th at the Foley Cultural Center in Vallejo, California. Created as her project in the Self-Expression and Leadership Program offered by Landmark Education, Cabales decided to have the event be fundraiser for The Bayanihan Clinic, a Sacramento clinic that provides culturally and linguistically sensitive primary care to the underserved Filipino population, particularly World War II Veterans and recent immigrants.
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 […]
"Kids Paint the Town", the innovative Children’s art project formulated by Jennifer Rogers while taking Landmark Education’s SELP program in the fall of 2007, has continued to thrive and has been featured prominently in the San Jose Mercury News and the […]
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 […]
Bob Ballard, a Landmark Education graduate whose Hearts of Fire project empowering homeless people to create art and music has been written about previously by Landmark Education News, was interviewed by Radio Ojai about the project and his music. Ballard also […]
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 […]
For his project in Landmark Education’s self expression and leadership program, Jeff Tweddale took on building the family home. Except the home, being constructed on the beautiful Baja coast of Mexico, right on the Pacific Ocean, will be nothing close […]
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 […]
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 […]
Chicago residents Suzanne Dunne and Amy Bessette, who have participated in Landmark Education’s programs, were recently featured by the Chicago Tribune as a Chicago couple who were recently married in California, and who may be affected by the passage of […]
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 […]
Hearts of Fire, the project Bob Ballard created in Landmark Education's Power and Contribution course as a way of connecting homeless people to art and music, is flourishing. In July, the group received 5013C nonprofit status from the IRS. This […]