Ms. Energy Executive

About Me:

I am driven, thoughtful, and passionate about making a difference. I graduated with a Government & Earth Science Degree from a Liberal Arts College and now work as a consultant in PwC’s Power and Utilities Practice. I spend my free time coaching soccer for underprivileged refugee communities and running marathons to raise money for charity.


Target School: Wharton

Considering: Ross, Tuck, Darden, Kellogg SOM

Accepted: Ross, Tuck, Darden

See More Profiles For: Wharton

Application Status: Open


Undergrad School: Bowdoin College

Undergrad Major: Government & Legal Studies and Earth Science

GPA: 3.5

GRE: 321

Age: 25,  Ethnicity: White

Extracurriculars: Coach soccer program with at risk, immigrant players, Running marathons to raise money for Mitochondrial Disease

Work History:

Title: Senior Consultant

Industry: Consulting

Company: Top Firm

Length of Employment: 3 yrs, 6 mos

Big Life Wins:

When my former manager left for maternity-leave, I stepped up as an Associate to lead a team of 12 client analysts, PwC Consultants and offshore training developers. I ran my first marathon with my mom in October 2018 and we are now signed up to do our third together this upcoming fall.

Post MBA Goal:

Post-MBA, I plan to continue my consulting career with PwC career to strengthen my understanding and network within the utilities industry. Long term, I aspire to an executive-level position at a utilities company. I aim to use this position to prioritize sustainably-focused initiatives and drive the country toward a greener future.


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The Experts Rate The Odds At: 32%

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  • John A. Byrne, P&Q Founder & Editor-In-Chief | Odds Assessment: 30%

    4 years ago
  • Odds Assessment: 25%

    Hi Ms. Energy Executive! This is Talon Rindels, Sr. Admissions Consultant at the MBA Exchange. First off, you sure sound like a woman I’d love to chat with over a long run; Please take me up on that if you’re ever in Minneapolis! I really like the way you present yourself – who you are, your passions, and what you bring to the table. This will go a long way in your application, as adcom wants to admit, authentic, well-rounded students who bring their whole selves to the table… and I don’t think they will be left wondering “who is the real Ms. Energy Executive” after receiving your application. 🙂 Alright, so now, why the 25% odds? 25% …

    4 years ago Read the full review
  • mbaMission Odds Assessment: 45%

    Hi Ms. Energy Executive, Julie-Anne Heafey here from mbaMission. I rate your chances higher than the other experts do – I see so much I like here – leadership, clear goals, community service, and what appears to be at least one promotion. To me, your GRE score, while a couple of points lower than the average, is not a dealbreaker. If you’ve managed to persuade Wharton that they’re your top choice, and your recommendations sing your praises like I think they might from looking at your acceptances so far, I think your chances are definitely better than average. The process is so competitive for consultants, though, that I can’t go too high, so I’m rating your odds at about double the normal …

    4 years ago Read the full review
  • Stratus Admissions Counseling Odds Assessment: 30%

    Hi Ms. Energy Executive, Melisa from Stratus Admissions here. First, congrats on your acceptances – that is fantastic news! You have a well thought strategy for during and post-MBA, as you have seen so far, schools will react positively to this. As a fellow soccer coach, I understand the leadership that this entails (keeping my team on task was never easy – but we always had fun). I have to agree with my colleague’s assessment that your GRE score could be an issue for you. While Kellogg is not publishing a GRE score or range at this time, the conversion puts you below their average GMAT score. If you find yourself in a waitlist situation, use this time to stay in contact with admissions. …

    4 years ago Read the full review

The Community Currently Rates The Odds At: 87%

  • 90% | 4 years ago

    Great chances since you have already been admitted to three top MBA programs which shows that your application & recommendations are strong. You are not going to be rejected or waitlisted by Penn-Wharton due to a slightly lower average GRE. You have too many positives including clear post-MBA career path.
  • 95% | 4 years ago

    I rate your chances for admission to Michigan-Ross, Dartmouth-Tuck, and to Virginia-Darden at 100% simply because you have already been accepted to these programs. I rate your chances for admission to Penn-Wharton and to Northwestern-Kellogg as well above average" because your current acceptances indicate that your application is well done & is supported by your impressive GRE score & recommendations. An additional factor in your favor is a clear-cut career plan after finishing an MBA program. Community involvement will be viewed favorably by current and future employers. As a well qualified applicant with a clear plan for your career progression, you are a low risk candidate for admission since you plan to return to your current employer after graduation.
  • 75% | 4 years ago

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