Mr. Constituent Service

About Me:

Over seven years of work experience, 4 total years for a top U.S. airline and three years on Capitol Hill in Washington DC. Fell in love with ethical labor and technology while working for the airline. Currently working for a Senator with an extensive labor portfolio.


Undergrad School: University of California, Top 3 campus

Undergrad Major: Political Science

GPA: 3.40


Age: 26,  Ethnicity: Hispanic or Latino

Other Degree/Certification: Certificate for Public Policy Professionals

School Name: Penn Wharton Budget Model

Extracurriculars: Volunteering for nonprofit organizations, University Radio Host, Local and State campaigning

Work History:

Title: Legislative Staff

Industry: Government / Military

Company: United States Senate

Length of Employment: 2 yrs

Title: Ramp Agent

Industry: Transportation

Company: Fortune 500

Length of Employment: 4 yrs

Big Life Wins:

1. Piloted new software to track and better understand constituent needs, leading to more personalized constituent engagement. 2. Self-taught Python in order to better organize and analyze Senator’s social media presence. 3. More personal, but worked 80 hour weeks for 3 years to put myself through university.

Post MBA Goal:

Short term goal is to achieve success on Capitol Hill or tech in a more senior role. Long term goal is to work in state or local leadership for my home city in Silicon Valley, using tech and advanced budget models to enact more progressive policies for constituents. Sloan would be the perfect bridge between tech and policy.


Target School: MIT Sloan

Status: Open


The Experts Rate The Odds At: 10%

  • Stratus Admissions Counseling | Odds Assessment: 10%

    Mr. Contituent Service – thanks for posting your profile. Susan Cera here from Stratus.

    As you likely know, MIT Sloan has one of the lowest admit rates of all MBA programs – at ~12-13%. They are very selective!

    I really like that you worked 80 hours a week to pay for university. This says a lot about your resilience and grit. I also like your creativity and self-discipline in figuring out how to engage with constituents in meaningful ways and leverage social media.

    Absent a test score (and assuming that you didn’t have a lot of quant/analytical experience in college since you studied Political Science), I don’t see you being super competitive at MIT. MIT is going to want to see evidence that you are capable of …

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