Hi, I am polyglot and can speak 5 languages and write 4 different scripts. I have lived across 7 cities and 5 states. Outside work, I am a passionate footballer. Apart from the EC’s listed above, I was an office-bearer in my college’s core committee during undergrad. Led a team of 25 to introduce measures which boosted participation by 30%.
Undergrad School: Manipal Institute of Technology
Undergrad Major: Information Technology
Age: 26, Ethnicity: Asian or Indian
Extracurriculars: Conduct application workshops for potential candidates. Conducted 7 MBA application workshops by inviting ad-coms/alums/current students, directly helping 300+ applicants, Working in the community for the past 10 years in providing medical care worth $xx,xxx by organizing health camps, Instituted a work life balance committee at work to negotiate for balanced working hours and a more relaxed work environment, helping working mothers, after widespread layoffs piled on responsibilities and stiff deadlines
Title: Associate Software Engineer
Company: Fortune 500
Length of Employment: 2 yrs, 9 mos
Title: Software Engineer
Length of Employment: 1 yr
Reduced food wastage by 17% amounting to 6M across 2000 Thailand stores. Fixed marketing attribution mechanisms at my present organization projected to save $360,000/year in affiliate commissions. Successfully negotiated for balanced working hours after COVID layoffs.
Product Management at Big Tech Companies, preferably in my industry of E-Commerce (Eg Amazon).
Target School: McCombs School of Business
Considering: Ross, NYU Stern
Need to target at least 330 GRE as an Indian male. Playing football and coaching other MBA applicants alone isn’t going to cut it for ECs. Spend the next year trying to beef up your profile overall. Stern might be a reach (even the Tech MBA) with high stats given the volume of exceptional applicants they receive. If your stats don’t improve, you might want to look into ISB and Oxford with your current stats. Decent programs and they might be slightly more flexible with their entry requirements.
Jeff earned his BA in American Studies at Yale. Jeff worked as an Associate at VO2 Partners, a private equity firm focused on health and wellness ... View Featured Coach
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