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Candidate:

Mr. Expert Buyer

About Me:

I am a non-traditional student with an undergrad. I went back to school at 30 and graduated with a 3.3 GPA – while working 30ish hours a week. Since I have a son with disabilities I haven’t pursued any additional certificates after graduating. I also have small business management experience before my undergrad.

I did not go to college directly out of high school instead tried to create my own opportunities through entrepreneurship. I learned some hard lessons that have shaped who I am today for the better.

Details:

Undergrad School: Arizona State University

Undergrad Major: Supply Chain Management

GPA: 3.3

GMAT: 650

Age: 35,  Ethnicity: White

Other Degree/Certification: Data Analytics

School Name: Arizona State University

Extracurriculars: SpaceX Hyperloop Competition, Court appointed special advocate, KC Rising - Supplier Diversity committee.

Work History:

Title: Technology Sourcing Manager

Industry: Technology

Company: Fortune 500

Length of Employment: 3 yrs

Title: General Manager

Industry: Home Services

Company: Small Business ~10 employees

Length of Employment: 5 yrs

Big Life Wins:

– Successfully negotiated complicated technology purchases.
– Led a team that achieved massive success on synergies after a large merger – far exceeding expectations.
– I have a son with Autism and I work with him daily on his language and behavior adjustment; he is doing fantastic.

Post MBA Goal:

I would like to enter the world of Sustainable Energy / Clean Tech. Strategic Partnerships and/or procurement.

Schools:

Target School: USC Marshall

Status: Open

Odds:

The Experts Rate The Odds At: 30%

  • mbaMission | Odds Assessment: 30%

    Hello Mr. Expert Buyer, this is Michael from mbaMission. You have an interesting story to tell business schools. As you mentioned, you are not the typical candidate, mainly because of your age. But I am glad you will not let that deter you. There will definitely be some students well above the average age, so hopefully you can state your case to be one of them.
    From what you have described, you have some solid work experience as an entrepreneur, as well as while being a technology manager. And your goal of working in energy certainly makes sense based on your background. The key will be to show you have transferable skills for this type of role, and that you have a network in this …

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