A new media channel focuses on the actions of those making a difference in a wide variety of endeavors.
If you could just be the one that goes first, and gives that olive branch and goes and makes peace, and says, “You know what? No matter what happened, what’s important here is that we get to express our love for each other.” And if you did that before the holidays even got here, then for sure the holiday season and the holiday itself would have a whole other flavor to it.
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.
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.
A Washington state native held a speed dating event and a concert to raise money for the orphanage her cousin founded in Nepal – now she is heading to that country as a volunteer.
One by One, a non-profit which came about when Heidi Breeze-Harris created a project in Landmark Education’s SELP, makes a global difference in altering the lives of women affected by obstetric fistula, a devastating childbirth injury.
Bountiful Backyard Barter, a project created in the Landmark Education SELP program, promotes urban farming and the trade of goods and services in one Seattle neighborhood.
CC Walters’ project in Landmark Education’s SELP course is to fund scholarships for kids to be able to attend martial arts classes.
Amanda Koster, the internationally acclaimed photographer and Landmark Forum graduate who has set up unique journalistic/artistic travel tours in the developing world, has put together her first ever tour of Vietnam.
A third of all homeless people in the United States are veterans. This stark fact was one reason Rod Wittmier's Self-Expression and Leadership program involved bringing old and new veterans together in a mentoring program. The program, called VetsMeetVets, had […]
The project created by Okashi Robles when she took her Landmark SELP program brought a variety of sports to West Seattle middle schoolers through a unique after school program. The Seattle Times wrote a story about Robles’ project. Middle-School students […]
Presented here is part two of Sallie Felton’s radio interview with Landmark Forum leader David Cunningham about dealing with relatives over the holidays. Read part one here. Sallie Felton: Here’s another one: […]
we can have all the dinners, we can have all the decorations, but really what’s at the heart of a great holiday, no matter how great the food was, how beautiful the decorations were, what makes or breaks a holiday is the relationships we have with people and whether we enjoy the people or not.
Seattle-based graduates of Landmark Education’s programs have used their participation to create a unique project/website: Take a Stand. The site highlights people who have taken on impacting the world in a positive way and the organizations that they have created […]
The new book of Amanda Koster, “Can I Come With You?” is being released September 16 at a special event at the Seattle Central Community College. Koster, whose photography based social media tours have attracted major media attention, and who […]
If you’re looking for a fun party in Redmond, WA, home city of Microsoft, then Susan James is the person you want to see. James is the organizer of PartyPaloozaNW, which holds costume parties three to four times a year. […]
Award winning Seattle photographer Amanda Koster has received significant press attention for her multimedia social awareness tours she has led through India and many parts of the developing world, including articles in the Chicago Tribune and Seattle Post-Intelligencer. The last […]
The Seattle based KKNW radio program Chat with Women recently featured Landmark Education. LE spokesperson Deborah Beroset was interviewed, and Landmark Education graduate Karen Dannenberg spoke about how the Landmark Forum impacted her life and her business. A complete transcript […]
Brent Jones, a Seattle native and Landmark Forum graduate who has received press coverage for his work landscaping a Mexican town, is back in the news: This time for his role in reconnecting a homeless man to his long lost […]
Earlier this year, Landmark Education News wrote of the efforts of Heidi Breeze-Harris to combat obsetric fistula, a crippling childbirth injury, through the efforts of the organization she founded out of her participation in Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program, […]
Amanda Koster is both an acclaimed Seattle photographer and a graduate of the Landmark Forum. She has long used her skills to spotlight compelling issues around the world and the valuable work being to done to make a difference with them. She […]
Seattle Landmark Forum graduate Brent Jones found a unique way to give back to the employees of his landscaping business: He caused the construction of a huge new park and playground in their home town of Las Animas, Mexico. Many […]
Seattle native Heidi Breeze-Harris was two months pregnant when she began Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program. She had recently heard about fistula for the first time, and was thinking about starting a non-profit organization to combat the problem. It seemed to […]
When John Callahan was a participant in the Self Expression and Leadership Program in Seattle, he created a community project dedicated to the preservation of Sottish arts, culture and History. While John’s project started as a one time event, it […]
Uplifiting Images Of Tenderloin CommunityStudents Help Change Perception Of Tough Neighborhood See the Video From ABC7 KGO-TV/DT San Francisco By Carolyn Tyler Mar. 28 – KGO – We want to take you to a school in a tough San Francisco […]
How the Other Half Lives: "Walk a Mile" dares welfare policymakers and welfare recipients to swap lives How's this for a devastatingly simple solution to an age-old social problem? While Natasha Grossman was studying social work and interning at a […]
Seattle Times March 1, 2007 By Alan Berner Staff Photographer Through My Eyes, Photography taught to kids at Hutch Cancer Research Center Hutch School A camera company used to advertise, “You push the button, we do the rest” — as […]