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Candidate:

Mr. Investor

About Me:

I started my career at a top IB in New York and recently pivoted to an investing role across all geographies, sectors, and stages (growth, middle-market, etc.), with transaction experience across tech, infrastructure, consumer, and education so far. I am a first-generation immigrant raised in a lower-income household and a member of the LGBTQ+ community.

Details:

Undergrad School: New York University (Stern)

Undergrad Major: Finance & Statistics

GPA: 3.81

GMAT: 750

Age: 25,  Ethnicity: White

Extracurriculars: LGBTQ+ Immigration Non-Profit (Co-Chair of Junior Board) and LGBTQ+ Alumni Association (Board of Directors), Education Non-Profit - Junior Board + Fundraising and, Current Employer's Charitable Foundation - Grant Reader/Grader.

Work History:

Title: Private Equity Associate (Mega Fund)

Industry: Banking & Finance

Company: Top Firm

Length of Employment: 1 yr

Title: Investment Banking Analyst

Industry: Banking & Finance

Company: Top Firm

Length of Employment: 2 yrs

Big Life Wins:

– Founder and captain of first LGBTQ+ recruiting pipeline at my first employer; substantially expanded LGBTQ+ recruiting budget.
– Lived and worked across 4 continents both while growing up and during college; learned to speak 6 languages.
– Received promotion in first 3 months at current employer.

Post MBA Goal:

My goal is to combine my investing experience and personal background to move into impact investing at the venture level. The ultimate goal will be to start my own impact fund with a focus on emerging markets. More personally, my goal is to develop into an authentic LGBTQ+ leader and push for representation in a traditionally conservative field.

Schools:

Target School: Stanford GSB

Status: Open

Considering: Harvard, Wharton

Odds:

The Experts Rate The Odds At: 15%

  • mbaMission | Odds Assessment: 15%

    Hello from mbaMission; this is Michael.
    Even a top program like Stanford should feel that you have the quantitative ability to succeed in the classroom, because of your GMAT score (which is above the average), and your excellent GPA in a quantitative field. In general, you have a fascinating background, especially because of your leadership in your LGBTQ+ extracurriculars. Programs are looking for people who want to make a difference, and your past will prove to them that you are someone who will make a difference at school, as well as post-MBA.
    I do think that your work experience is a bit light, given that the average years of experience upon matriculation for a program like Stanford is five to six years. So while it sounds …

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