Thanks for the props
Your professional experience sounds pretty amazing for someone so young. Well done! This will go a long way. I like that you've also contributed to your firm's success in other ways by starting and growing the Asian Employee Resource Group. As far as community work goes - I think it's great stuff; however, it doesn't sound like you have a leadership role there. Same goes for your other hobbies.
I'd say that you have a shot at the schools on your list, but tyou'd mostly be standing on your professional success. I don't know if there's a way to ramp up your leadership role in EC/community activities (marathon, perhaps? weightlifting competition?... just some ideas)? I think your skewing very heavily towards the most competitive programs. You might want to add programs like Booth and Michigan to your list to round it out.
Also - I would work a bit on your career story. Strategy consulting to tech management doesn't really seem like an intuitive transition. You want to show passion for the end game, and choose a short term goal that gets you there. Both should make sense in the context of what you've done before, be within reach, but require an MBA from x school to get there. Hope that makes sense!
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