Hello seeker21, thanks for your question.
From an academic perspective, given that you come from an overrepresented demographic, your GPA is on the low side, as is your GMAT.
Look to distinguish yourself with your leadership at work. You should call out experiences during your 2 years at Cisco where you have truly led, driven results, taken the initiative. Winning the Cisco Star Award is an accomplishment; you must have exhibited leadership to have attained that accolade, right? Moreover, your experience as an inventor at Motorola is different from the norm – emphasize these to your advantage.
Your extracurricular activity is another area where you could potentially differentiate yourself from your demographic. Regarding your work with social initiatives, can you call on moments of leadership from that arena? That would move the needle with admissions committees.
Your competitiveness will depend on how much leadership experience you have to call on. I think you could reach for programs like Fuqua or Ross, especially if you improve your GMAT, but would be more competitive at a program like UNC.
Best of luck,
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