Faith Bradley

Faith Bradley

Faith Bradley

Teaching Assistant Professor of Information Systems and Technology Management


Email: Faith Bradley
Office Phone: (202) 994-4919
2201 G Street NW, Suite 511 Washington, DC 20052

Faith Bradley is a teaching assistant professor in the field of information systems at the George Washington University School of Business in Washington, D.C. She earned her Ph.D. from the University of Arkansas.

Dr. Bradley's research covers government and business policy, with a specialized emphasis on policy and decision making and data privacy. She also explores how ideology, personal preferences, and skills influence the adoption of new technologies. Her extensive teaching experience includes courses such as Machine Learning I: Algorithm Analysis, Analytics I: Principles & Applications, Analytical Methods II, Data Mining, Ethics of Data Science, and Modeling, Simulation & Game Theory. Dr. Bradley has taught at Columbia University, New York University, and the George Washington University.

Dr. Bradley was a consultant at the U.S. Department of State, overseeing a comprehensive assessment concentrating on four key areas: strategic and budget planning, management and staffing, monitoring and evaluation, and training and knowledge management.

  • Ph.D. in Public Policy, University of Arkansas
  • Master of Business Administration MTA, The George Washington University
  • Bachelor of Science in Business, Virginia Interment College
  • Database Design and Application
  • Web Applications Development
  • Business Applications of Artificial Intelligence
  • Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
  • Outstanding ISTM Faculty Award, The George Washington University School of Business 2023
  • George Washington Event Achievement Award (2005)
  • Who’s Who in American College and Universities (2001/2002)
  • Bristol Steel Scholarship (2000)
  • Parks Scholarship (2000)
  • Faith Bradley, William Schreckhise and Daniel E. Chand. “Explaining States’ Responses to the REAL ID Act: The Role of Resources, Political Environment, and Implementer Attitudes in Complying with a Federal Mandate.” Published in Springer International Publishing, 3rd October 2015.