For executive programs, the bulk of the focus is on your work experience. They want to see that you have consistently moved up within your field, have had significant management and leadership responsibility and are on the road to being a top leader at your company or within your industry. If you feel that you can show that, then Wharton is a possibility. Your academic background is quite strong. They weight extra curriculars and community activities a bit less at the EMBA level, but it's still good that you have some solid ones to lean on. Your recommendations and whether or not you're being sponsored by your employer will also be important.
You've led a mostly technical career to date, and I don't think that is necessarily a bad thing - but I do think you'll want to position yourself as much as possible as a business leader/manager versus a technical one. Just something to be aware of.
Wharton is the most competitive of the EMBAs in terms of acceptance rates, but I think your academic record and (from what I can tell) management experience could be competitive. In the reach category, I'd say you could look at Chicago and Columbia as well. I would also really encourage you to look at NYU Stern and Duke Fuqua as target programs. If you're eager to stay on the west coast, UCLA has a strong program and even USC is not bad.
Hope this helps!
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