Thanks for posting. Congrats on the work you've done thus far and applications submitted/in process.
Your GMAT is solid, though could be higher at top programs certainly. But very generally, IF the rest of your application is extremely compelling, you would most likely be at least considered by most of those programs you've mentioned. That does not mean accepted.... if enough other applicants overall have stronger profiles/applications, there may not be space for you (and there is were there is a chance that a slightly higher GMAT could help some). A lot depends on how you position yourself and come across in the essays and application, as well as interview of course.
I would say you haven't ruled yourself OUT of consideration of any of the schools on the list, but can't say you're a 'shoo-in' either, and HBS will of course always be a reach given the number of qualified applicants they receive, for most applicants.
What you do have going for you is interesting international experiences; a slightly less common industry/work experience profile; sounds like lots of accomplishments, progression & recognition; management experience and likely good examples of teamwork and communication skills; diverse interests and involvements.
I would say the main thing is to work very hard on your essays to ensure they present the best possible picture of who you are, what you'll bring to the class, why you want the MBA, what you'll do with it, and why THAT school is best. Have multiple people read them-- whether it be admissions consultants, or at least various friends/colleagues, preferably who know b-schools well and/or are strong writers.
Good luck and keep us posted!
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