Thank you for your posting. I see that you have worked very hard in every aspect of your life and have accomplished a great deal. Also, you have done a great deal of thinking about the future and have well thought out and compelling goals.
As you know, you come from a very competitive demographic, with there being many more qualified Indian candidates applying than spots "allocated" to them. This does not mean that you should not apply, but that you have to be smart about where you apply and how you market yourself. You have more than shown that you can handle the work at any MBA program, however, getting into business school is much more about how you position yourself than are you simply smart. For this reason, I recommend that you get some guidance from an admissions expert, one who can help you with this as if it is done correctly, you will see very good results.
As for schools that you should focus on, I recommend you use two screening techniques: (a) those that most accepting towards Indian candidates and (b) those that have a social enterprise focus. Based on these, I recommend that you consider the following programs: Wharton (reach), Booth (reach), Ross, Anderson, Yale, Johnson, Fuqua and Georgetown.
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