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I am a political consultant by the day and an environmental engineer by the night. I have been advising political, media and communication strategies while leading tech led product development for India’s largest political consulting firm. I am also a member of a non-profit working in India’s remote forested regions with indigenous communities.
Target School: Tuck
Considering: Darden, Tepper, MIT Sloan, Cornell Johnson, Chicago Booth, Kellogg SOM
Invited to Interview: Darden, Tepper, Kellogg SOM
Rejected: MIT Sloan, Chicago Booth
Waitlisted: Cornell Johnson
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Application Status: Invited to Interview
Undergrad School: IIT Kharagpur
Undergrad Major: Civil Engineering + Environmental Engineering
Ethnicity: Asian or Indian
Other Degree/Certification: MTech in Environmental Engineering
School Name: IIT Kharagpur
Trustee and Board Member at Non Profit | Governor of Theatre Society in Undergrad
Title: General Manager
Industry: Political Consulting
Company: Boutique Firm
Length of Employment: 5 yrs, 2 mos
Title: Product Development
Length of Employment: 1 yr, 1 mos
1. Worked in the team that led President of India’s election campaign (’22).
2. Led diversity and inclusion focused expansion of India’s largest political party, expanded membership by 54% over 5 months.
Consultant at Dalberg, Bridgespan, or social sector consulting division of BCG, McK. Long term I hope to be in a leadership position at a private or corporate foundation helping expand investment in climate change mitigation.
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Hi, Mr. Nothing is Perma. You have a lot going for you in terms of diverse experiences and perspectives! Your strong GMAT and degrees from an IIT should catch the attention of the adcoms. But even deeper, your devotion to the environment – both naturally and politically – should make for a compelling and unique application, particularly at Tuck.
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