You have a great "whiz-kid" profile which should help get you noticed, particularly in the area of innovation which will be interesting to Haas and Sloan. A grad degree in College Station will not be as impressive as if you had gone to, say, Cal Tech or Ga Tech, but it's close to a top 50 college, so will likely not be a hindrance especially considering your good grades. You did not explicitly state your ethnicity but if you are Indian or a white male, you will need to put extra focus on how you stand out from a crowd of similar applicants, and there will be many in this pool with an engineering background I assure you. Still, your top GMAT and interesting involvement outside the classroom will help. Dig into how you have impacted your company and why they look to you to lead others and you will be thinking the right way. Never hurts to have a backup plan with some additional schools in the top 20, but I would still encourage you to apply to your chosen targets. With your background and credentials, there is no reason why you shouldn't be able to get into at least one of them.
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