Stefanie Brodie



PhD. Civil Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015

MS, Civil Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012

MS, City and Regional Planning, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012

BS, Civil Engineering, University of Maryland, 2006


Waterbury, Connecticut

Thesis topic:



Amekudzi, A., Smith, M., Brodie, S., Fischer, J., Ross, C.  Impacts of Environmental Justice on Transportation: Applying the Environmental Justice Maturity Model to Benchmark Progress.  Transportation Research Record, Journal of the Transportation Research Board, In Press.  

Project Involvement:

Impact of Environmental Justice on Transportation Planning

Performance Management for Transportation Applications


Member of the Maryland Medallion Society – University of Maryland

Mary McLeod Bethune Citizenship Award – University of Maryland

Joe S. Mundy Global Learning Endowment Scholarship - Georgia Institute of Technology


After graduating from the University of Maryland in 2006,  Stefanie began working at STV, Inc. in Baltimore, MD as a structural engineer.  When she was assigned to work at Maryland Transit Administration she discovered an interest in transportation planning.  Stefanie recently completed dual degrees in Transportation Engineering and City and Regional Planning and is pursuing a PhD in Civil Engineering.  Focusing on the interaction of transportation and land use, her current interests are in accessibility and mobility, transportation equity planning, transit and non-motorized transportation and transportation planning in the developing world.

Stefanie is currently serving as the vice president of the Georgia Tech chapter of WTS. She is also the social chair for the Black Graduate Student Association.  In the past, she held the communications chair positions for the Georgia Tech chapter of the Institute of Transportation Engineers and WTS as well as treasurer for the Black Graduate Student Association.  While off campus, Stefanie's hobbies include enjoying food and traveling.

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