Long after Hurricane Katrina, Landmark Forum graduate Roger Dart continues to spearhead rebuilding efforts in New Orleans.
Donna Monroe Lasser’s project in Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program helped save thousands of pets in New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, as she assembled a team of 81 veterinary professionals to rescue and treat animals there. Since then, the group she founded, Canadian Animal Assistance Team, has assisted animals in 34 locations throughout the world.
Aid Still Required, whose roots lie with the participation of Hunter Payne and Andrea Herz Payne in Landmark’s SELP, has released a celebrity CD which will support those rebuilding from disasters across the globe.
Sunherald.com, a news website for the Biloxi-Gulfport and Southern Mississipi area, recently took note of a book published by Earnest Hooks Jr., “Let’s Go See Mother Wilkerson’s Farm: Adventures in Learning Excellence,” that features the art of Lizzie Wilkerson and […]
Love Knows No Bounds, the organization created by Catherine Martinez in the wake of Hurricane Katrina as her project in Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program, continues to spearhead the rebuilding of the 7th ward of New Orleans. The organization […]
Ithaca resident Catherine Martinez took Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership program in NYC in the Summer 2006, taking a four hour bus ride into the city on the weekends for classes. Like others in her class, she was at a […]
Landmark Graduates Michel and Daniel Belknap bring together multiple passions to raise money for animal rescue in a project called “Puttin on the Dog” Here is the story from the The Newtown Bee Michel and Daniel Belknap are fairly new […]
Trucken for Katrina: A project started in the Landmark Team Management and Leadership Program Not long after Hurricane Katrina hit Sherrill Sundberg learned that one of her neighbors had 4 separate family members who each lost their homes. She was participating in […]