Mr. Supply Chain Latino

About Me:

Professionally, I work with UPS and I am a Country Sales Manager in a country of Latam. I am responsible for volume and revenue growth within the country. I am In charge of driving results in key areas of the business plan, including profit, people development, Our job is to discover and implement ways to reduce costs throughout the entire supply chain and generate a positive impact in the customer’s profitability. I’ve been doing this for almost 6 years. On a personal basis, I am married and have the happiest daughter that I could ever ask for. I met my wife when we were 9 and became best friends. I was able to leave the friend zone though only 7 years ago, and we’ve been together ever since.


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Application Status: Open


Undergrad School: U. San Ignacio de Loyola

Undergrad Major: Business Administration

GPA: 3.4

GRE: 320

Age: 30,  Ethnicity: Hispanic or Latino

Extracurriculars: Co-chair of the Volunteering committee

Work History:

Title: Country Sales Manager

Industry: Supply Chain / Logistics

Company: Fortune 100 Top 10

Length of Employment: 3 yrs, 5 mos

Title: Key account Executive

Industry: Supply Chain / Logistics

Company: Fortune 100 Top 10

Length of Employment: 2 yrs, 7 mos

Big Life Wins:

Responsible for volume and revenue growth within Peru by managing a team of 11 from 5 different departments. Redesigned country’s sales strategy to revert revenue decline of 7% on 2016 which generated a total growth of 12% over the next year (USD3.3M). Created a sub-service that generated USD3M in Peru on its first year and now delivers USD11M across South America. Led a special assignment from the design to the implementation to promote growth in one of UPS’s key services across South America which is forecasted to generate +USD14M at the end of 2019. Earned a corporate recognition for having the best employees ́ satisfaction survey score in the Americas. Score of 96%.

Post MBA Goal:

Plan A: Product management at Amazon. Plan B: Supply Chain Consultant


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  • Odds Assessment: 40%

    Hi, this is Deepak Punwani from MBA Exchange. Como estas Señor Supply Chain ! Like your profile and how you have positioned your candidacy. Your work experience and Peruvian heritage are a definite advantage. Every school will be interested in your profile. But few notes which could make your application even stronger relate to your 1) Quant background or lack thereof 2) Lack of stand out extra curricular activities 3) Slightly advanced age 4) Uni-dimensional experience in sales. Lets address each of these. Since you don’t seem to have STEM background, your quant score in GRE will be critical. And especially so if not too mnay people from your University have gone to schools on your list. If its less than 85pc, would recommend …

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    Hi Mr. Supply Chain Latino! This is Kate Richardson, Senior Admissions Consultant. Thanks for sharing the details of your profile and cute personal story — I guess that shows persistence! I think your professional background is very strong. It sounds like you have a lot of responsibility and have had some impressive wins in growing services there. UPS is obviously a huge brand, so that will help too. In my experience, applicants with Latam ties tend to do quite well since the region is not as highly represented, and within Latam, I haven’t come across as many applicants from Peru, so I think that will give you a nice boost too. Your GPA seems solid, and your GRE should be in range for LBS. Last …

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  • Stratus Admissions Counseling Odds Assessment: 45%

    Mr. Supply Chain Latino – Thanks for posting your profile. Susan Cera here from Stratus.
    I’m very impressed by your work experience and contributions to growing the business and see how an MBA could set you up to take your career in supply chain to the next level.

    Of the programs you list, I think LBS is the most achievable. Peru is likely an under-represented country so you will get a good look from the US schools as well.

    As you consider schools, make sure to consider what your wife and daughter need from the community and what they might contribute to it as well. Look at partner organizations and whether or not there are school events that are targeted to families with children. If …

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