Recently, Landmark Forum News had a chance to interview Self- Expression and Leadership Program Leader Amanda Brown about her unique journey from a Connecticut upbringing to the Streets of inner-city San Diego working in gang violence interruption and an organizations […]
Statistic: Nearly 50% of marriages in America end in divorce. -Time Magazine While the number of marriages that end in divorce is sobering, there are all kinds of associated statistics related to children and divorce. Children from divorced families are […]
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 […]
SDVoyage has featured Landmark Forum graduate Curtis Alexander for his work in assisting homeless people transition back into communities. Here’s a brief excerpt: Curtis, let’s start with your story. We’d love to hear how you got started and how the […]
One woman created an art night for those in a recovery house.
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 […]
Landmark Graduate Carol Daniel Kasbari talks about facilitating conversations between ordinary Israelis and Palestinians.
One Landmark graduate has pioneered opportunities for women in comedy.
An innovative new organization is fighting human trafficking through cutting edge prevention programs and survivor support.
Social impact artist and Landmark Forum graduate Shala Akintunde is pioneering an innovative art form that is also making an urgently needed difference.
Day for grandfathers and grandchildren celebrates love across generations.
A Landmark Leader talks about an often overlooked part of our environment: sound.
BrainChild camps created as a project in the Self-Expression and Leadership Program are entering their fourth year.
An acclaimed Landmark graduate’s documentary on violence is now on Amazon, as well as being screened in Minneapolis on August 2nd.
Collaborating with an NGO and local restaurants, Sheenu Sheth created a unique event.
A project created in the Self-Expression and Leadership Program is bringing freedom and flagging to Mumbai.
A project created in the Self-Expression and Leadership Program helped create new memories for families who lost everything in the California wildfires last fall.
A new media channel focuses on the actions of those making a difference in a wide variety of endeavors.
One woman has taken on a national project to have women ensure the safety of other women.
One Landmark graduate is pioneering a project to deliver inspiring messages to strangers.
The Orange County Register is writing about a project spearheaded by a Landmark graduate to create an online portal for women in the Middle East and Africa to be able to easily access a register of their legal rights.
Two Landmark graduates are launching a monthly sponsorship program through which American women donate a kit containing feminine hygiene products to a girl in the developing world even as they buy their own.
Warm, high quality coats are going out to the homeless of Laurel, Maryland, as a result of the project Mike Mondy created in the Landmark Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
Dancer Suzzanne Ponomarenko and a committed team of individuals have been giving young people in developing countries a unique opportunity: the chance to learn the art of dance.
Paws for a Cause has made an unexpected difference – for pets, artists, and the project creator himself.
A recent project both funded a key program for low vision kids and brought a special gift to many of them.
The Landmark Forum was a key piece of one man’s journey from human trafficking survivor to a thriving human being making a difference for others.
Michael Schneider and Brian Orter turned their animal rescue dreams into a reality, using piloting skills to make a unique difference.
One woman used her own family challenges as inspiration to bring counseling to local schools.
After doing The Landmark Forum, Morris Chubb went from someone who felt too timid to make a difference to someone running a $1.5 million nonprofit delivering showers and laundry services to the homeless.