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Candidate:

Ms. Healthcare Visionary

About Me:

As an immigrant, I’ve been the healthcare navigator for my family from age 16 and felt the challenges in the space first hand. As a consultant working with payers, providers and pharma, while I was able to solve several of them, a new set came to emerge. The system is fragmented and I am committed to changing it, for as many people as possible.

Details:

Undergrad School: FAU Honors College

Undergrad Major: Applied Mathematics & Economics

GPA: 3.4

GMAT: 720

Age: 34,  Ethnicity: White

Other Degree/Certification: Masters in Healthcare Administration (exec program, GPA 3.94)

School Name: Columbia University

Extracurriculars: Triathlons - including over a dozen half iron mans and a full Ironman, Teaching - lecturer at NYU Stern on the topic of marketing

Work History:

Title: Chief Strategy & Commercial Officer

Industry: Healthcare

Company: Start-Up

Length of Employment: 1 yr, 1 mos

Title: Director of Strategy, Head of Customer Office

Industry: Healthcare

Company: Global

Length of Employment: 2 yrs

Big Life Wins:

Completed a full Ironman, founded a startup to empower individuals concerned about cancer, launched an AI-powered customer experience for an insurer in 3 countries, established the healthcare practice in a boutique consulting firm before transitioning to industry, fundraising for a large scale non-profit art project.

Post MBA Goal:

I’ve always been on the strategy & ops side of healthcare – with a less than adequate understanding of the financial side of the business. I’d like an MBA to hone those skills & move into the PE space to fix / accelerate companies looking to have an impact on healthcare access. At some point, I would also like to start my own insurance company.

Schools:

Target School: Wharton

Status: Open

Considering: Columbia, MIT Sloan

Odds:

The Experts Rate The Odds At: 25%

  • The MBA Exchange Odds Assessment: 20%

    Hi there! It’s Stephanie Horn, Master Consultant with the MBA Exchange and recent Poets and Quants “Top 10 Admissions Consultants”. I can see that you are someone with a lot of drive. You have strong grades, good test scores, and senior-level work experience, in addition to the grit required to complete an Ironman! However, the length and tenure of your work experience makes me wonder if a FT program is the best fit for you. This profile does not capture your full work experience, which makes it harder to evaluate. But admissions committees will wonder why you waited until you were 34 to look at an MBA. I would double the odds of you getting into a part-time program. You have a real advantage being …

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  • mbaMission | Odds Assessment: 20%

    Hi Ms. Healthcare Visionary. You have a ton of interesting and valuable experience…but perhaps too much for most 2 year programs. Are you looking at EMBAs? Is that what your Wharton target is? Given your age and deep experience, I am guessing adcoms will not think a 2 year program is a good fit for your needs, but I can see your profile lining up with an EMBA or part time option. Not long ago, I worked with a candidate very much like you this year in his early-to-mid-30s who had been waitlisted last year at a top 2 year program.
    He originally wanted to reapply, but the more he learned and visited, the more he realized that the …

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  • Stratus Admissions Counseling | Odds Assessment: 35%

    Hello, I’m Lisa Cummings of Stratus Admissions, formerly an adcomm at MIT Sloan. If you have a good understanding of the complexities of healthcare, I can imagine that an MBA should be no problem for you! I agree with my peers that, depending on your years of work, it looks like an EMBA or PT program could be best for you. The downside is that in many programs, candidates aren’t expecting to shift jobs post degree but all the top programs offer career counseling so that is a possibility nearly everywhere. You will have to craft your story to showcase the successes you have had thus far and also why you need an MBA. You need to show that a few …

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