Thanks for sharing your story. Your profile is interesting - strong finance experience, a lot of international roots/culture/exposure. I'd say your big disadvantages are a) lack of consistency in your career - (you've jumped around quite a bit, and it's quite unconventional to go from full time experience to internships) and b) your low undergrad scores (even with your alternative transcript - doesn't sound like you're really taking quantitative courses). Finally, while it's good that you play soccer, you don't have any very strong extracurricular or community leadership activities post college (or high school really). Stern might be tough to get into. The other programs may be possibilities - a lot may depend on your GMAT score - definitely try to reach that 720!
Now as far as your career story -- this needs to be tied together a bit more. The long term and short term goals do not build from one another. It should also be clear why you need your respective degrees to fulfill the long and short term goals. I would urge you to really think through how you want to tie the two fields together, and go backwards from there to determine what short term experience will help you get there.
Hope that helps,
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