Hello 123man, thanks for your question.
Your GPA is solid. Your overall GMAT is fine, but I think your quantitative score is slightly low (80% is the usual threshold for top programs).
Your work experience appears solid, and your extracurricular activities are good (co-founding a non-profit organization). Your competitiveness will rest upon your ability to clearly demonstrate your leadership ability – moments where you influenced people/organizations, drove results, and took the initiative.
I think you will need to tie together your past and current experience with your future career goals. There should be a cohesive link from your customer service position in the chemical industry to your private equity role to where you want to go post-MBA. How does an MBA fit into the story?
Your target list looks reasonable. You might consider add programs like Darden, Haas, and Johnson.
Best of luck,
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