Focus on your work experience. Your extracurriculars are too old or not really substantive enough (i.e. you're 29 - don't talk about high school; minimize college stuff unless it's truly exceptional).
Secondly, your career goals sound like a laundry list of random job functions - if you're that open-ended, you're not getting in anywhere.
And finally, target a 700+ on your GMAT.
To be competitive for the schools you mentioned, you need to focus on your work experience, score well on the GMAT, and have focused career goals.
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