Dr. Bracy received her Ph.D. in Logistics and Supply Chain Management from University of Missouri – St. Louis. She teaches courses in Supply Chain Strategy and Quantitative Methods for Business, and her pedagogical goal is to relate course content to current events and industry application. Dr. Bracy’s research interests include using applied data analytics for highway safety policy recommendations and evaluating the impacts of programs and policies on student performance and success in higher education. She is actively involved with connecting the academy and industry, and she serves as the Education Advisor for the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals - St. Louis Roundtable and President for the Transportation Research Forum – St. Louis Chapter.
Ph.D., Business Administration, University of Missouri-St. Louis, August 2015 Emphasis: Logistics and Supply Chain Management Supporting Field: Marketing Study Abroad: International Business Strategies, China Dissertation: An Application of Data Analytics to Outcomes of Missouri Motor Vehicle Crashes (Advisor: Dr. Donald C. Sweeney II)
M.B.A.,Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville, May 2007
B.S., Business Administration, Fontbonne University, May 2005 Concentration: Marketing Certification: Professional Development
Immediate Past President and Education Advisor for the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals - St. Louis Roundtable
President for the Transportation Research Forum - St. Louis Chapter
Board Member on the St. Louis Operations Collective
Dr. Bracy's research interests include applied data analytics for highway safety and policy, as well as transportation education/instruction and student success in higher education.
Ellegood, William A., Jill M. Bernard Bracy, and Donald C. Sweeney II. “The Advanced Placement Program in Texas - Local Access Is Decreasing While the Extent of Differentiated Course Offerings Is Increasing.” Revise and Resubmit, Journal of Advanced Academics.
Bernard Bracy, Jill Marie, Ken Bao, and Ray A. Mundy. “Highway Infrastructure and Safety Implications of AV Technology.” Research in Transportation Economics 77 (2019).
Burns, Kathleen A., Donald Charles Sweeney II, Jill Marie Bernard Bracy, Mary Virginia Duncan, and William A. Ellegood. “Early College Credit Programs Positively Impact Student Success.” Journal of Advanced Academics 30 (2019): 27–49.
Ellegood, William, Jill Marie Bernard Bracy, Donald Charles Sweeney, Kathleen A. Burns, and Mary Virginia Duncan. “Measuring the Impacts of Administrative Policies on Student Performance in Higher Education.” Journal of Further and Higher Education 43 (2019): 418–433.
Bernard Bracy, Jill Marie. “An Application of Decision Tree Models to Examine Motor Vehicle Crash Severity Outcomes.” Journal of the Transportation Research Forum 56 (2017): 73–92.
Bernard Bracy, Jill Marie. “The Estimation, Ensembling and Comparison of Methodological Techniques Used in Motor Vehicle Crash Severity Research.” International Journal of Business Marketing and Decision Sciences 10 (2017): 22–39.
Bernard, Jill M., and Christopher M. Mondy. “Correlation of Driver Gender with Injury Severity in Large Truck Crashes in Missouri.” Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board 2585 (2016): 49–58.
Bernard, Jill Marie, and Donald Charles Sweeney. “Contributing Circumstances Impact on Missouri Teenage Driver Crash Fatalities.” Journal of the Transportation Research Forum 54 (2015): 5–21.
Associate Teaching Professor & Director, Supply Chain Risk & Resilience Research (SCR3) Institute
Supply Chain & Analytics, Supply Chain Risk & Resilience Research Institute