Balanced team and hard working individual who thrives under pressure and looking to make an impact in my community. Coming from the Dominican Republic, I have struggled to see my people go through poverty in a loop system where opportunities are very rare. This led me into politics but excited for a challenge that can enable me to bring know how.
Undergrad School: Manchester Metropolitan University
Undergrad Major: International Business
Age: 30, Ethnicity: Hispanic or Latino
Other Degree/Certification: Financial Markets Certificate
School Name: LSE
Extracurriculars: Politics, Startup
Title: Head of Strategic Studies
Industry: Government / Military
Length of Employment: 3 yrs, 9 mos
Title: Financial Analyst
Industry: Banking & Finance
Company: Central Bank
Length of Employment: 1 yr, 3 mos
Had the blessing to start various business, majority of which have failed but some have take off but plateau soon. Recently nominated as councilor candidate for the municipal elections in 2020. Even though I didn’t win, I managed to learn and obtain as much knowledge as I could out from this amazing experience.
I would love to become an advisor for international business and startups. I would also love to have the chance to make a career shift into venture capital that could also include this field into the list of advisory fields I manage.
Target School: Chicago Booth
Considering: Columbia, Stanford GSB, Tuck
I think the tricky bit about your application is going to be your GMAT score; 580 is more than 100 points below the average for Booth. No matter how compelling your story is, the GMAT score could be a killer. Have you taken it more than once? If yes, have you considered taking the GRE instead?
The current 100% GMAT range is 610-790. This means you would be the lowest GMAT in the class. Your GPA, since it is from an international university, doesn’t add anything to the profile. The numbers just aren’t there. Booth isn’t going to happen, and Stanford is an even further reach.
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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