I think that one of the most important things that convinced remember is that the MBA is a forward-looking but rather an MBA is not necessarily need it because of your past accomplishments, rather it is needed in order to reach your future goals. The issue with what you stated that your profile is that contains little, if any, insight into what your career goals are.
I can point out a few things that I think work in your favor. Being female and Indian -- while working in a traditionally male-dominated industry -- definitely help your cause. Also, I know that you work for an American company but I am not certain if you work in the US. If you work in the US, and were selected to do so by your company, that definitely lends you additional credibility. In a similar vein, if your undergraduate was performed in the US, but will also help you distinguish your candidacy from other than Indian applicants.
One thing that I would work on is getting your GMAT score up to about 730 or 740. I know that may seem trite, but my advice ring's true specially considering the exceedingly competitive nature of (what I understand to be) your demographic.
Granted that I do not know what your future goals are, it is going to be hard for me to short list MBA programs. However, I will take a shot at it and assume you want to go back into finance.
The programs you should take a closer look at are -- Columbia, NYU, Tuck and Chicago. I think that MIT can also be a realistic possibility. If you can get your score closer to 750 or so, I would encourage you to apply to schools like HBS, Wharton and GSB.
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