Ms. Female Sales Leader

About Me:

A manager since age 24, I’ve managed teams of up to fourteen direct reports. I’ve spent my professional life working in start-up sales, a primarily male-dominated space, but was able to stand out and rise to management very early on. In my spare time I am an amateur ballerina, I mentor women in sales, and have worked as a tutor through COVID-19.


Target School: Harvard

Considering: Kellogg SOM, Duke Fuqua

See More Profiles For: Harvard

Application Status: Open


Undergrad School: Colgate University

Undergrad Major: Sociology & Anthropology

GPA: 3.45

GMAT: 740 (target)

Age: 26,  Ethnicity: White

Other Degree/Certification: Harvard CoreX

School Name: Harvard

Extracurriculars: #GirlsClub Mentor for Women in Sales, Ballet dancer, Pandemic Professors Tutor

Work History:

Title: Manager, Business Development Team

Industry: Technology

Company: Start-Up

Length of Employment: 6 mos

Big Life Wins:

Early promotion to management position, my senior college thesis earned highest honors and has been published several times. I was elected to our company’s diversity & inclusion group, and we are developing a non-profit offering to aid organizations working for underserved communities.

Post MBA Goal:

Post-MBA I would like to move into more strategic/operations leadership roles at start-ups. I have strong data-analytical abilities, have spent time learning the intricacies of the revenue engine, and would like to take a pivotal role in helping to take promising start-ups and developing them into legitimate organizations ripe for acquisition/IPOs.


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

    You have an impressive track record and you present exceptionally well. There are two factors that will be heavily weighed: Whether you can achieve that 740 GMAT score (for this not to be an issue you need to score above 700) and the selectivity of your jobs. It’s not clear how well-known or selective your employers have been but that could be a significant factor in the way HBS treats your application. Your GMAT score is pretty important because I imagine that as a sociology and anthropology major, you have few, if any, quant courses on your undergraduate transcript. By the way, Harvard Business School’s Class of 2020 has three Colgate alums in it who majored in Economics & Political Science; Economics & International Relations, …

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