Thank You, Judges

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Thank You, Judges


MICHAEL AMADITZ

Art Director * Taunton Press

DEBRA BATES-SCHROIT

President * Bates Creative Group

TODD BERKOWITZ

Art Director, Marketing/Custom Solutions * NewBay Media

MICHAEL BLANDING

Contributing Editor * Boston Magazine

JOHN BRADY

Partner * Brady & Paul Communications

SARAH BRALEY

Senior Editor * Meetings & Conventions

DANIEL BROGAN

Editor and Publisher * 5280 Publishing

ALEX BROWN

President * Printmark

BARBARA BRYNKO

Editor-in-Chief * Information Today

CARRIE BURNS

Editor * Insurance Networkin9 News

QUEENIE BURNS

Creative Director * Marketing and Technology Group

BRYAN CANNIFF

Creative Director * Promedia

SHALA CARLSON

Managing Editor * Habitat World magazine

ANDRES CARRASCO

Art Director * Texas Parks & Wildlife magazine

SAVOWNA CONARROE

Graphic Services Manager * Sosland Publishing

SUSAN CONNER

Senior Editor * ST Media Group

BRYAN CROWE

Art Director * Allured Business Media

PAOLA DIMEGLIO

Art Director * UBM Medica

STEVEN DIXON

Creative Director * Lebhar Friedman

MONCIANA EDMONDSON

President * FOCUS

TIM EIGO

Editor * Arizona Attorney Magazine

STEPHANIE FAGAN

Art Director * Taunton Press

ANTHONY FICKE

Creative Director * GraFick Design

NIKKI GOLDEN

Marketing & Communications Manager * National Association of the Remodeling Industry

VANESSA GONZALES

Managing Editor * Ingram Micro

BRYAN GRAY

Owner * Genesis Design

KEITH GREGORY

Online Sales Manager * Aviation Week

MICHAEL HAYES

Art Director * American Academy of Pediatrics

LUKE HAYMAN

Partner * Pentagram

VICKY HEINLEIN

Senior Art Director * SourceMedia

JENNY HEINZEN YORK

Editor in Chief * Sandow Media-Home Accents Today

DAVID HERBICK

Principal * David Herbick Design

KYLE HOEPNER

Editor-in-Chief * New England Home

MIKE HOFMAN

Deputy Editor * Inc. magazine/Inc.com

KATY IBSEN

Managing Editor * Sunflower Publishing, The World Company

LINDA JONES

Editorial Director * Merion Matters

SCOTT JONES

Executive Editor * Southern Living

PAT KINSELLA

Illustrator * Pat Kinsella Illustration

KATHERINE KOLSTEDT

Art Director * Texas Bankers Association

MARIA LAPLANA

Freelance Writer/Editor

ANDREW LOSOWSKY

Editor * Magtastic Blogsplosion

JENNIFER MARGIOTTA

Art Director * National Automobile Dealers Association

TAMMY MASTROBERTE

Publisher/Editorial Director * Elevated Existence Magazine

MEREDITH MATTHEWS

Senior Writer * Weekly Reader

BRIDGET MCCARNEY

Managing Director * New Media Publishing

KELLY MCMURRAY

Creative Director * 2communique

SHERRI MILES

Director of Communications * Suffolk University

BONO MITCHELL

Partner, Art Director * BonoTom Studio

CHARLES MONAGAN

Editor * Connecticut Magazine

MARK MONTGOMERY

Senior Art Director * IEEE

RALPH MONTI

President * Special Interest Media

DOUG MOST

Deputy Managing Editor, Features * Boston Globe

MARK NEWMAN

Freelance Writer/Editor

JIM NISSEN

President/Creative Director * SWITCH studio

JENNIFER ORLANDO

Editor * Charles Schwab

WARREN PAYNE

Principal * PayneSpencer

KAREN PLAYER

Art Director * Harvard Business Publishing

SHARON POLLACK

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