Mr. International Analyst

About Me:

I’m an Argentine-American with 9 years of experience as an intelligence analyst in the US Air Force. I finished my Bachelor’s while working full time and come from a low income family. I’m the first in my family to obtain a degree and would like to use my skills to advise NGOs. Lately, I have been coaching leadership to members of the South American Air Forces.


Target School: Harvard

Considering: INSEAD, Wharton, IESE

See More Profiles For: Harvard

Application Status: Open


Undergrad School: Non-target State School

Undergrad Major: Political Science & International Relations

GPA: 3.96

GMAT: 700

Age: 29,  Ethnicity: Hispanic or Latino

Extracurriculars: Co-founded Hispanic Heritage Committee | Teaching English at a non-profit | Primary curriculum translator for CPR/first aid NGO focused on teachers

Work History:

Title: Intelligence Chief

Industry: Government / Military

Company: Air Force

Length of Employment: 9 yrs, 1 mos

Big Life Wins:

– Inter-American Air Forces Academy Top Grad
– 4x Best of the Year awards
– All (3) promotions ahead of schedule
– Preparing my US resident English students for their American citizenship exams
– Teaching English in Argentina for one year before the military
– Receiving Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal

Post MBA Goal:

I joined the military in order to give back and would like to continue to serve the community after I finish my time in the military. I want to break into the field of strategy consulting focusing on NGOs. I hope to start my own NGO providing translation services for immigrants since I saw how much my parents struggled when we arrived in the US.


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  • Emma Bond, Fortuna Admissions | Odds Assessment: 50%

    Yes, yes, yes. Go for all your target schools both in the US and across the pond. Your outstanding military service record combined with the fact that you are a first generation college student should make you a sought-after candidate. Even though you have a below average GMAT for schools such as HBS and Wharton, you have so much in your profile that appeals. Your clear leadership expertise from the Air Force, your awards, your early promotional track, your commitment to giving back to your community through coaching, and the resilience and drive evidenced in that strong GPA (achieved whilst working to put yourself through school, too) are all qualities that will make the M7 adcoms and top international programs sit up and take notice. …

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