Firstly, congrats on your entrepreneurial (and general life) success! Secondly, I never say this... but, to put it bluntly, I think you are a rock star candidate.
Adcoms really value entrepreneurial experience - especially successful ones. It's one of the deepest leadership experiences anyone can have and demonstrates so many of the qualities they seek in candidates. On top of that, you're banking background proves your analytic capability (you're not just a visionary who can lead people to the goal, you can be in the data making pivot tables, forecasts, etc.). Further, you're a D-1 athlete - they love athletes because, like entrepreneurs, serious athletes inherently have/display many of the leadership/dedication/discipline qualities they admire. Finally, you have strong undergrad GPA and GMAT. Oh, and let's not forget that you play a real leadership role in a nonprofit. Seriously, hats off to you... you've got all the boxes beyond "checked." I think Stanford and HBS are good target programs. Of course, I have to caveat that by saying these programs are always risky, even with top notch profiles like yours, so you might consider adding other programs to your list.
To summarize, I think they'll see you as a combination right brain-left brain type with stellar leadership skills and experience.
Hope that helps. Good luck!
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