There it is! My first question ... no MIT? Talk about a great school for you. You've got the chops, you have the innovation-tech focused career, and you help them with the female demo. I think you would be a great fit at Sloan.
As for your other choices, Stanford is a real "black box" school and is always hard to read. Tuck would be a great choice and you will be very competitive as long as you nail school fit and really showcase a desire to come be part of the experience there. Anderson is teamwork/leadership focused and fits with Stanford and Tuck in the way the school really wants to tap into who you are as a person. That is true also of [strike]Tuck[/strike] Haas [10/23 edit, PL], which is a great choice for you.
Not sure I see as much appeal with Texas and Tepper. Unless you want to work in that Austin market, Texas might be selling yourself a tiny bit short. Maybe I don't know enough about Tepper, but I don't see it as being on par with the rest of your list.
Kellogg gets overlooked in this area, but has a great major in tech and e-commerce. I would put that on the short list as well.
The key will be showcasing the fit with all of these schools and bringing the other b school themes (leadership, teamwork, maturity, innovation, etc.) to the surface.
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