I am a Harvard grad with a degree in Applied Math & Economics and 10+ years of experience as an MBA admissions consultant and GMAT/EA/GRE instructor/tutor. In addition, I founded a company that managed strategic marketing, branding and communications projects for C-level executives at dozens of major companies. Results include helping clients close more than $20 billion in transactions and achieve many other breakthroughs. In one project, I led a team that created McKinsey & Company’s first rich-media training programs for its MBA hires worldwide. I now apply the same strategic communications skills in advising my MBA admissions consulting clients.
My MBA admissions consulting clients have been admitted to Stanford, Harvard, Wharton, Columbia, INSEAD, London Business School, Duke Fuqua, NYU Stern, UVA Darden, Yale SOM, UCLA Anderson, UT McCombs, Cornell Johnson, Carnegie Mellon Tepper, UNC Kenan-Flagler, Indiana Kelley, Georgetown McDonough, Washington Foster, Arizona State Carey, USC Marshall, Maryland Smith, Nanyang, Thunderbird, Rutgers, Boston College Carroll, Boston University, Babson, George Washington University, Bentley, San Jose State Lucas and Pepperdine.
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Menu of Services and Associated Costs
I can help you with your business school application strategy, essays, resume/CV, short-form answers, recommendations and interview prep. If you haven’t started writing your essays, we can brainstorm ideas for first drafts together. An initial document review and consultation is US$450. It includes a review of your resume/CV and a 1-hour online meeting, in which we will discuss strategy and feedback on your resume/CV. If you would like feedback on any essays in our initial meeting, add US$150 for each essay. Additional MBA admissions consulting is US$300 per hour, with payments due in advance based on quotes. Alternatively, we can work together on a retainer basis, with payments of US$3,000 (10 hours) at a time. In general, the retainer approach allows for faster turn-around times.
Location: United States