Young Guns 19 Jury
Cheryl D. Holmes Miller
Distinguished Senior Lecturer & Designer, Writer, Decolonizing Historian
University of Texas Austin Design
Austin + Stamford + New York, United States
She was previously founder of Cheryl D. Miller Design, Inc., N.Y.C., a Social Impact Design firm; she is a designer, author, trade writer for PRINT Magazine, and theologian. Cheryl has a MS in Communications Design, Pratt Institute, a BFA in Graphic Design, Maryland Institute College of Art, completed Foundation Studies, Rhode Island School of Design and the Doctor of Humane Letters, the Vermont College of Fine Arts, and a MDiv, Union Theological Seminary. A countless awards recipient, she is dedicated to Visual Arts advancement. The Cheryl D. Miller Collection at Stanford University is her legacy professional archive, including her memoir research and manuscripts. The collection features, D&I initiative, Corporate Communications developed for Fortune 500 corporations and Corporate Communications for National African American organizations, developed post Civil Rights Era 1974-1994.
She is a decolonizing graphic design professor, lecturer and revisionist historian and a AIGA 2021 Medalist.