Featured Interview in Chicago Tribune & Chicago RedEye
Matchmakers find modern fans in the digital age, October 2014
In this featured interview with the Chicago Tribune and Chicago RedEye, Leslie Wardman and Ambiance client shares what it takes to find success in matchmaking. "Wardman said the company is picky about who it accepts, and is particularly strict about education. 95% of her clients have college degrees and 70% have advanced degrees, she said."
Tulsa People Exclusive Interview
Five Questions: Leslie Wardman, February 2014
In this exclusive interview, Wardman explains what makes two people a good match, advice for singles looking for love, and the difference between using an online dating site and a high-end matchmaking firm. "The better you know yourself, the better you will be able to love yourself and open up the possibility of loving someone else. For anyone that has given up on love, tell them not to. It’s worth the hunt and the search, and it involves some energy and strategic planning. Explore the possibilities and keep living, learning and questing for that possibility."
Find Your Valentine With Expert Tips, February 2014
Leslie Wardman tells readers best methods for meeting like-minded singles in this Weekend Edition of Tulsa World. Wardman explains how using a professional matchmaking service eliminates the "hit and miss" and increases your chances for finding love.
The Dating Game: Singles in their 50s, 60s face challenges, December 2013
Ambiance Matchmaking in Oklahoma City and Tulsa offers boomers, and professionals of all ages, an alternative to Internet dating. “My favorite part is you'll have a lot in common,” she said. “We cut through the hit and miss.”
The Matchmaker's Seduction, February 2013
In this exclusive interview with Slice Magazine, Leslie Wardman goes through the in's and out's of the matchmaking process. "Energy level and where they are in life's journey- not dating at all, just been dumped, kids, etc- all make for more likely magic."
The Tremendous Trio- Love, Dating & The Beatles, December 2009
Wardman gives readers advice on maintaining a healthy relationship. "Fear is the opposite of love and will destroy its possibilities. I get calls from clients who seem to be sabotaging their perfectly fine relationships due to some deep-rooted fear.