A Landmark graduate is using her traumatic past as an opportunity to make a difference for others.
Landmark graduate Soraya Sheppard is bringing the color and power of South African art to Chicago.
Jeff Gelder has spread holiday cheer to sick kids for 11 years in a row, via his international organization which gives hospitalized children Christmas CDs.
One Landmark Forum graduate has created Bag Ups in attempt to revolutionize the way people use plastic kitchen bags.
What could be more fun than a musical ghost story film? Read more about Vinnie Hogan’s project from his Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
Josselyne Herman-Saccio, a Landmark Forum Leader and Landmark spokesperson, appears on CBS TV to discuss intimacy.
Here’s a unique project – a combination roller skating event, house music party, and wellness seminar.
The Splash Mob 5k isn’t like any other fundraiser run – in this one, participants are bombarded with water balloons. This fun event, which started three years ago as a project created from the Landmark Self-Expression and Leadership Program, is raising $50,000 this year for a school for homeless kids in Arizona.
Anthony Smith’s project in the Landmark Self-Expression and Leadership Program was a mural that celebrated Newark’s musical history while supporting a thriving community.
A community project leads to a civic leadership award for promoting sustainability.
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.
A kids concert in San Diego being held this Saturday is funding a new music program at the Monarch School for homeless children.
In Landmark ‘s Self-Expression and Leadership Program, Amit Rana created a booming South Asian Film festival that is entering its fourth year.
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.
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 […]
In Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program, Mark Lombard created a way to connect the ill and immobile with great art – read more about this unique and moving project.
Michael Johnson created a program wherein he and his son and his friends would give burritos and other items to the homeless in San Diego, and through taking the Landmark Self-Expression and Leadership Program, he grew the project and made it a model for other like projects around the world.
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.
A project created in Houston during Landmark Education’s SELP led to a unique forest-themed art exhibit which raised funds for a drought-ravaged park.
The Real Gift Foundation, a non-profit formed by a woman who leads Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program, is feeding homeless children in Arizona.
Landmark Education Spokesperson David Cunningham, who leads The Landmark Forum, just appeared KOMO Seattle television to discuss how to defuse drama and conflict with family around the holidays.
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.
Mollie Patridge the former center manager of Landmark Education’s Florida Center, has published a pair of children’s books.
A project created out of a Landmark program has brought a vibrant mural to one of Baltimore’s known drug corners.
Landmark Education graduate Don Vaughn has been nominated as Texas’ entrant for the Cosmopolitan Bachelor of the Year contest.
One woman veteran of the Iraq war created a project in the Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program to create a book sharing the diverse experiences of woman in combat.
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.
Almost 500 computers will be heading to students in Ghana and India, as a result of Sheila Scanlan’s project she created in Landmark’s SELP.
Cheryl Hunter, actor, writer, speaker, coach, landmark education graduate – speaks at TEDx Santa Monica.
Landmark Forum Leader David Cunningham discusses whining on WGN television.