Landmark Graduate Merit Kahn is embarking on a national tour with her critically acclaimed one woman show “Who Chiseled That?” The show is a demonstration of more than three decades of breakthroughs that never would have happened without her participation […]
Putting Landmark Ideas and Distinctions to Work in Distance Running When it comes to chasing dreams, Darren DeMatoff has his running shoes ready to go. A Chicago businessperson and Landmark graduate, Darren has run 20 marathons worldwide, including 13 […]
Shala Akintunde, a Landmark graduate and a widely recognized social impact artist, has been nominated for Innovator of the Year by ADCOLOR, the premier organization dedicated to celebrating and promoting professionals of color and diversity in the creative industries. Each […]
The Chicago Reader, the alternatively weekly newspaper of Chicago, has featured an event created by a participant in Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program – a unique ‘Museum of Streetwear’ two day exhibition. Here’s an excerpt from that story: “Streetwear in […]
Social impact artist and Landmark Forum graduate Shala Akintunde is pioneering an innovative art form that is also making an urgently needed difference.
A recent project both funded a key program for low vision kids and brought a special gift to many of them.
A Landmark Forum graduate dealing with Parkinson’s Disease was recently featured on Living Healthy Chicago, WGN Channel 9 for his positive attitude and for making a difference for others.
WGN television in Chicago took note of one woman’s efforts to have prom dresses available to young woman at an affordable price.
A peace building, international summer program is featured on Chicago’s WBEZ’s Worldview.
Landmark graduate Robert Toporek has created a reunion for the men he served with Vietnam, in honor of Milton Olive, who gave his life to save four members of the platoon, and was the first African American to be awarded the medal of honor in Vietnam.
Long after Hurricane Katrina, Landmark Forum graduate Roger Dart continues to spearhead rebuilding efforts in New Orleans.
Landmark graduate Joe Kirin encourages people the world over to take a day to stop complaining.
Landmark graduate Joe Kirin created a campaign to have August 12th be No Complaints Day. Watch television coverage from WGN Chicago.
One Landmark graduate has made an enormous impact in reducing euthanasia of animals in Kentucky and other states.
Landmark graduate Soraya Sheppard is bringing the color and power of South African art to Chicago.
In Landmark ‘s Self-Expression and Leadership Program, Amit Rana created a booming South Asian Film festival that is entering its fourth year.
by Barbara Castleton Talking with Dr. Wendy Sternberg is akin to climbing aboard a locomotive fired by passion, keen observation, infinite flexibility, and selfless goals. Dr. Sternberg is the founder, through her experiences with Landmark Education, of Genesis at the […]
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.
Landmark Forum Leader David Cunningham discusses whining on WGN television.
Bruce Hodes was inspired by his participation at Landmark Education when he wrote a new book on business performance.
Landmark Forum graduate Jen Kramer is becoming President of the Special Olympics Chicago board – Kramer is also raising tens of thousands of dollars each year for Special Olympics via the Polar Plunge events that take place each winter in Lake Michigan.
Landmark Forum graduate Zully Alvarado was named by Chicago Magazine as one of its Chicagoans of the Year.
The Associated Press has noted the work of the Great Lakes Surf Rescue Project, which Landmark Forum graduate Dave Benjamin is supporting with a wide variety of initiatives to reduce drownings in the Great Lakes region.
Support 1000, the organization created by Oz du Soleil in Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program, has been featured in news programs and stories across Chicago as it expands its role to provide bras to underprivileged women.
The second annual Chicago South Asian Film Festival (originally created as a project in Landmark Education’s SELP) is coming September 30-October 2.
A participant in Landmark Education’s TMLP is having his web company team with local non-profits to bring computer training to needy teens in Chicago.
A show looking at women’s life journeys debuts near Chicago on July 20th. It evolved out of one woman’s project from Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
Dave Benjamin created Third Coast Ocean Force (as a project in Landmark Education’s SELP) to educate Great Lakes Swimmers about rip currents and prevent drownings.
A Landmark Forum graduate whose son was killed in a ‘dooring’ car-bicycle accident is working to have her state recognize and address this overlooked traffic safety issue.
An Illinois father created a musical instrument drive to honor the memory of his son who passed away (began as a project in Landmark Education’s SELP).