It sounds like a fairy tale – looking for one’s lost parents, discovering that one is a princess in a faraway land, and giving heart and soul to rebuild that country. But it’s a reality created by Sarah Culberson.
Sarah Culberson’s book tour for “A Princess Found”, her autobiography about discovering she was actually a princess in Sierra Leone, is coming to Pasadena on Sunday, November 15th.
Landmark Education News has received word that Sarah Culberson has released a book titled “A Princess Found”, which tells her story of going from being an ordinary American to an African princess helping to rebuild a wartorn country.
The Kposowa Foundation, co-founded by Landmark Education graduate Sarah Culberson out of her commitment to people of the town of Bumpe and the country of Sierra Leone has launched its own blog, giving updates on the progress of the work […]
Sarah Culberson’s story is known to many viewers of Good Morning America and CNN–How she had grown up adopted in West Virginia, used Landmark Education’s Landmark Forum program to get up the courage to look for her birth father (her […]
In the Landmark Forum, aspiring Los Angeles Actor Sarah Culberson realized that she was terrified to find her biological father. Culberson was adopted and grew up in West Virginia, and in the Landmark Forum she decided that she would find […]