One Landmark graduate has pioneered opportunities for women in comedy.
One woman has made sure that children in need have had a place to live for over 25 years.
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.
Landmark Forum Graduate Project Sierra Leone Rising responds to Freetown Mudslides
One doctor is going beyond the medical treatment he offers his cancer patients – through ‘Live Again’, he is offering the opportunity for they and others affected by cancer to share their stories.
Officers at all levels benefited from a workshop created as a woman’s project in the Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
One Landmark graduate has made an enormous impact in reducing euthanasia of animals in Kentucky and other states.
A Landmark graduate is using her traumatic past as an opportunity to make a difference for others.
by Maureen Andreakis Dayna Chicoine calls the village of Wakefield, Quebec her life-long home. Dayna’s personal mission driving her career is to contribute toward the health and well being of all, especially to youth. It is a natural leap to see how […]
Landmark graduate Soraya Sheppard is bringing the color and power of South African art to Chicago.
A Landmark graduate begins a bold project to bridge the digitil divide by getting computers into the hands of low income kids.
This is the story of a Landmark graduate who discovered it was never too late to follow a dream.
Landmark Forum graduate Jen Kramer is becoming President of the Special Olympics Chicago board – Kramer is also raising tens of thousands of dollars each year for Special Olympics via the Polar Plunge events that take place each winter in Lake Michigan.