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Mr. Digital Health

About Me:

Directionless and confused most of highschool, I was told to be a Doctor through the years so I thought I wanted to be a Doctor. Struggling with a lack of purpose and sleep apnea I suffered a 1.8 GPA my freshman year of University. Re-evaluated myself, my goals and went after treatment for my condition. Consistently got 3.8 – 4.0s the following semesters and pushed my GPA to a 3.42.


Undergrad School: University of Texas at Dallas

Undergrad Major: Healthcare Studies

GPA: 3.42

GMAT: 760

Age: 26,  Ethnicity: Asian or Indian

Other Degree/Certification: Harvard Business School CORE

School Name: Harvard Business School

Extracurriculars: Big Brother Big Sister Dallas, Eagle Scout, Founding member of UT Dallas Lacrosse Club

Work History:

Title: Project Manager

Industry: Healthcare

Company: Second Largest Nonprofit Healthcare System in the United States

Length of Employment: 1 yr, 2 mos

Title: System Analyst

Industry: Healthcare

Company: Nonprofit Healthcare System

Length of Employment: 2 yrs

Big Life Wins:

Going from a technical analyst working on projects to leading projects. These projects involved implementing enterprise-wide applications that were to be used by over seven thousand physicians, many of whom served as my test users during the process.

Post MBA Goal:

I am fascinated with health care, and a huge part of my transformation was realizing you don’t have to be a Doctor to help people. I want to work my way up to starting my own digital health startup, either through first working with a current startup to learn their process or as a management consultant.


Target School: Berkeley Haas

Status: Open

Considering: UCLA Anderson, Yale


The Experts Rate The Odds At: 40%

  • John A. Byrne, P&Q Founder & Editor-In-Chief | Odds Assessment: 40%

    You have a really compelling story. The fact that you turned around your undergraduate education after a dismal 1.8 GPA in your freshman year, ending up with a 3.4 shows remarkable resilence and tenacity. But the truth is there is a lot to like in your profile, from your 760 GMAT to the fact that you took the Credential of Readiness online program of three business fundamental courses from Harvard Business School. And mainly, what I like most is your passion for healthcare which is the next big industry that will be disrupted in our lifetimes. The fact that you work for the second largest non-profit healthcare system and have distinguished yourself by gaining an important promotion out of the analyst role and into project …

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