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Ms. Ultimate Frisbee

About Me:

I’ve leveraged my work in media and CRM/email consulting to my current position doing data analytics for a top advertising agency. I lead projects that involve developing testing protocols, complex analysis, and communicating results to senior leadership of CPG client. I also play and captain a competitive women’s ultimate frisbee team in my city.


Undergrad School: Northwestern

Undergrad Major: History

GPA: 3.47

GRE: 326

Age: 28,  Ethnicity: White

Extracurriculars: Board of city ultimate frisbee organization since Jan 2019, providing programming for 1,200 members across the city and focusing on efforts of diversity and inclusion and gender equity, Coach of competitive women's college ultimate frisbee program for 5 years, also involved in youth initiatives in my city

Work History:

Title: Senior Analyst, Optimization

Industry: Media

Company: Top Firm

Length of Employment: 2 yrs

Title: Senior Analyst, Optimization/Client Services

Industry: Media

Company: Boutique Firm

Length of Employment: 3 yrs

Big Life Wins:

After coming to data analytics and loyalty/CRM from media, I was promoted after just over a year in my role for my new approaches to analyzing problems and my client-facing skills. I have managed a $2MM media budget yearly. I coached a college team to an appearance at National Championships (tied for 13th in the country).

Post MBA Goal:

I’m looking to move into either People Analytics, to leverage my current data analytics work and my desire to focus on how the people in an organization can be fundamental to success, or Brand Management, to use what I’ve learned from my CPG client and media work to drive success for a product or category.


Target School: Wharton

Status: Open

Considering: Kellogg, MIT Sloan, UCLA Anderson, Columbia


The Experts Rate The Odds At: 52%

  • John A. Byrne, P&Q Founder & Editor-In-Chief | Odds Assessment: 50%

    A Northwestern history major who plays serious Frisbee? You are the quintessential poet among many quants here. Your first choice may be Wharton but you really feel like a Kellogg or UCLA MBA. Having done your undergraduate studies in Evanston, I can see how you might want to study in a new city. Nonetheless, let’s look at how you size up at Wharton. While your GPA is just a tad under Wharton’s latest class average of 3.6, your GRE score is slightly above Wharton’s class average of 324. If your splits are in good shape, I’d say that you’ve passed the basic hurdle on raw stats. So then it comes to your professional background. You say: “After coming to data analytics and loyalty/CRM from media, …

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  • mbaMission | Odds Assessment: 55%

    Hi Ms. Ultimate Frisbee! Kate Richardson, Senior Admissions Consultant, here. When I saw your candidate name, I had to weigh in because I have played ultimate frisbee too and think it’s an awesome sport for developing the camaraderie and leadership that a school like Wharton values. Especially at the level you’re playing and leading teams. Your work experience in data analytics sounds very strong and it’s a hot field right now, so I think Wharton will like that background too, plus the fast progression you’ve had and high level of responsibility. I’m curious how you got from History major to a role involving such complex analysis — sounds like there’s an interesting story there! I think your GPA/GRE stats are solid for Wharton too. As …

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  • Stratus Admissions Counseling | Odds Assessment: 50%

    Hi Ms Ultimate, it’s Lisa Cummings of Stratus Admissions. Until a few moths ago, I had never seen a game of Ultimate and now I am hooked! The fact the games is self reffed says a lot about those who choose to play the sport and I think those values will work well at Wharton and other collaborative programs. I am intrigued by your coaching position and would like to hear more about the other “initiatives” you are involved in. Schools will like this leadership and I imagine there is/was some mentoring in there that you could pull out as well. I also like your liberal arts turned finance background which shows your adaptability and breadth of knowledge .Can you give details on …

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The Community Currently Rates The Odds At: 61%

  • 50% | 4 months ago

    Really hope you get in. Keep us updated here.
  • 70% | 5 months ago

  • 75% | 5 months ago

    As a current Wharton MBA student who plays frisbee and loves data analytics, I want her in my class!
  • 50% | 5 months ago

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