Thanks for your post and CONGRATS on the outstanding GMAT score!
Your background is fairly unique and that should help you stand out from the crowd to a certain degree, and the stellar GMAT will also get you noticed.
Overall I'd say so far you have the following strengths:
-less common background (potentially interesting perspective to bring to the class)
-schools are always looking for qualified female applicants
-evidence of communication skills (always a plus)
And the following are questions I'd have for you/unknowns:
-do you feel you have examples/evidence of leadership skills or potential?
-key accomplishments, impact you've made at work and/or on others?
-any more detail you could provide about your career path/plans? (could slightly strengthen your story)
Your essays have the potential to really make an impact or seal the deal for you, as that is where you really showcase who you are and what you'll bring to the class. A less traditional industry or background can be a real plus, as long as you are clear in indicating WHY you need and want the MBA and how you'll use it.
Generally you have a great start to your profile and should be competitive at top global b-schools. Think about what city/cities you'd most like to be in (as that may be even more relevant to you given your industry); the reputation of the program of course; the curriculum and experience of each program; etc. Do some research to see which of the programs you have mentioned you really feel is a good fit for you.
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. Good luck and keep us posted!
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