Area of Expertise
A little more in-depth
What I like most about being a Stratus Prep MBA Admissions Counselor:
Matching the level of enthusiasm, intensity, and effort of each client with whom I work.
One piece of advice I would share with someone who is applying to business school:
I like to advise applicants that the most important and transferable qualities to convey to an admissions committee are not individual accomplishments or achievements, but rather those underlying thought processes and rationales. The “How” and the “Why” shed a lot more depth on candidate quality.
Highlight or greatest accomplishment while working with Stratus Prep:
After six months of hard work, frequent conversations, and in-person meetings, a client called me in disbelief at being accepted to four out of six top MBA programs, and asked me to help him craft a story to reveal the results to his parents, who raised him in very humble beginnings as first generation immigrants.
3 Random Facts:
– I have never learned to ride a bicycle.
– In high school I wrote a symphony and performed with the school orchestra.
– A timing error awarded me a false Ohio state youth swimming record that stood for 3 years.