Meet the Judges

This is our dream team. Professionals who are not only great designers, but work with their clients and colleagues to produce work that has a positive impact on our environment, economy, and neighbors. Who better to judge good (in the truest sense of the word) design?


David Sherwin

David Sherwin

lynda.com & frog


David leads the user experience design team for lynda.com at LinkedIn and is a Fellow at frog. His books include Creative Workshop: 80 Challenges to Sharpen Your Design Skills and Success by Design: The Essential Business Reference for Designers, both of which have been translated into multiple languages. While an Interaction Design Director at frog, David led many product and service design initiatives for leading companies and non-governmental organizations. He regularly writes, speaks, and teaches on subjects such as creativity, interaction design, and storytelling in design, and has been part of the adjunct faculty at Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design and California College of the Arts. He lives in Oakland, CA, with his wife, the poet and writer Mary Paynter Sherwin.

When not working as a designer, he plays drums, does yoga, rock climbs, and continues his quest for finding the best dark chocolate. He keeps a blog on the intersection between life and design at http://www.changeorderblog.com/.


Cornelius Brudi

Formerly PATH

Originally from Stuttgart, Germany; came to study in Oregon in 1998, transferred to Cornish College of the Arts in 1990, and graduated in 1994. Work history includes Wizards of the Coast, AT&T Wireless, Orell Füssli Security Printing (CH), World Vision, Intermec Technologies/Honeywell, and PATH. For the past seven years Cornelius worked at PATH, managing the graphic design department. PATH is a Seattle-based non profit organization, specializing in global health, with emphasis on women and children. PATH has offices in over 70 countries, including Seattle, San Francisco, and Washington DC. Cornelius worked in close collaboration with the organization’s marketing department as well as the technology solutions teams. Responsible for all visual communications products, Cornelius led PATH’s first brand development in 2012, elevating the organization’s visibility worldwide. In June, 2015 Cornelius left PATH to pursue new opportunities.

Jill Bamburg

Jill Bamburg

Pinchot, President and co-founder


Jill Bamburg is the newly appointed President of Pinchot, a university for the common good, the new parent of the Bainbridge Graduate Institute (BGI), which she co-founded in 2002.

Jill has served BGI as its founding dean, as a faculty member, and as director of curriculum development. She directed the first and second iterations of BGI’s groundbreaking curriculum in sustainable business, and has been a hands-on contributor to the program’s unique and extraordinary learning community.

She is also a student of social enterprise and the author of a book on mission-driven businesses Getting to scale: Growing your business without selling out (Berrett-Koehler, 2006). More recently, she has expressed her thoughts on the role of purpose in business in a talk at TEDxBGI.

Prior to joining BGI, Jill pursued careers in higher education, marketing and community journalism. She holds a BA in English from Washington University and an MBA from Stanford.

Masuma Henry

Masuma Henry

Artefact Group, Executive Director


Masuma believes that solving challenging problems with design can be a transformative ‘make over’. Masuma’s work with consumer electronic, technology, and healthcare companies have helped realize nascent technologies into scalable product experiences and strategies, across several industries. She’s worked with global health non-profit, PATH, to discover cultural barriers that contribute to infections in rural Uganda and Bangladesh. Working with Microsoft, she oversaw the design of collaboration products for workplaces of the future. And, she has created visions for the effects of technology convergence in consumers’ homes for leading electronics companies.

Before working at Artefact, Masuma directed Microsoft’s emerging markets design division which focused on developing products for underserved populations in countries such as India, Brazil, and China.

In her spare time, she volunteers at YearUp mentoring low-income students on their journey to become professional technologists. She also loves traveling to pretty much anywhere.