Doctoral Student

Jillian Berry Jaeker

Jillian Berry Jaeker is a doctoral candidate in the Technology and Operations Management unit with a focus on healthcare operations. Her work centers on resource utilization in hospitals and its effects on operational efficiency and quality of care. Specifically, she explores how state-specific factors, such as workload and resource availability affect productivity and patient outcomes in hospitals. 

Jillian Berry Jaeker is a doctoral candidate in the Technology and Operations Management unit with a focus on healthcare operations. Her work centers on resource utilization in hospitals and its effects on operational efficiency and quality of care. Specifically, she explores how state-specific factors, such as workload and resource availability affect productivity and patient outcomes in hospitals. 

Prior to entering HBS, Jillian graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2008 with a Bachelor of Science in Management (concentration Finance). During that period she interned in a tissue engineering laboratory at Brigham and Women’s Hospital where she worked with adult stem cells to produce new bone tissue in vitro. She interned at the MIT Investment Management Company and was an editor for the MIT Tech.

  1. Overview

    Teaching Fellow, Technology and Operations Management Core MBA course 2011, 2012 Rating: 4.6/5 n=24 (Fall, 2012) Teaching Fellow, Frances Frei's Technology and Operations Management Core MBA course 2010 Teaching Fellow, Pre-MBA Program 2009-2010

    Keywords: Operations;

  2. First Year TOM Review Session Teaching Fellow

    Led weekly review sessions for first year MBAs.  Focus on process fundamentals in operations