The hour is growing late for me but I am trying to get to as many questions as possible, so I apologize in advance if this is shorter than usual.
The biggest thing you can do to improve your chances is to tell stories that are personal to you and that bring you to life as a unique individual. You have a great GMAT score, quality work experience, good activities, and a decent GPA ... so it all comes down to how well you can bring out the key themes from all of that and make it work in the context of particular schools. It's no easy task and it's why we're in business, but there you go.
As for schools, UCLA Anderson comes immediately to mind. Yale SOM. Haas. Ross. Those four seem like a great place to start.
Good luck on the road ahead. Oh, and don't let anyone tell you are "too old" to apply. Not that you asked about that, but I see it all the time on these forums. If now is the appropriate time and you have career goals that ask "just enough" of b-schools (not too much as to be naive or overly optimistic, not too little so as to be insulting), age becomes nothing but a number.
Thanks for reaching out.
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