Hello Randolph, thanks for your question.
Your quantitative GMAT score is slightly low (80% is the general threshold for top programs), but certainly that is not a huge problem. Some might consider your GPA a tad low, but it depends on the specific programs.
I think your competitiveness will come down to the quality of your leadership experience in and out of work. Can you draw upon “moments” when you truly led: influenced individuals and organizations, drove results, took initiative? This is where you will have to truly differentiate yourself. And, to the degree that you can call on solid leadership experience in your extracurriculars, the more convincing a case you will make.
It’s hard to handicap your chances without detailed information about your experience (in and out of work). I think Wharton might be a slight reach, but if you pull together compelling essays, I think you could have a shot at any of the schools you list. That said, you may also want to supplement the list with some safer choices, just in case.
Best of luck,
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