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You have several things going for you: youth with achievements, academic excellence, unique industry experience (airlines) and what appears to be a well thought out vision for how you will leverage the MBA. What's working against you? JAWG syndrome (just another white guy), targeting only the most highly competitive programs (there are many other schools out there besides H/S/W), and lower number of years WE (average approaching 5 these days. I think you have a shot at your targets, but these schools get so many applications, it's tough to stand out. Your application will need to be compelling and unique to get attention, so focus on essays and how best to relate your story in a concise, yet intriguing way. Don't forget to focus on WHY you want to do something and not just tell them WHAT you want to do.

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