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…
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.
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.
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…
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]