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He won grand prize in Harvard’s largest business plan competition (Innovation Challenge) and worked directly with HBS Professor Richard Hackman in researching cross-cultural teams. Navarro was also admitted to Harvard Business School.He has advised a number of MBA applicants who gained admission to top business schools including his alma mater.
Immediately after college, he co-launched an equity hedge fund in Singapore focused on Southeast Asian equities. Harari has been a guest lecturer and volunteer at non-profit Year Up helping young urban adults attain their highest potential.He also has extensive international background, including entrepreneurial experience in China, Brazil, Spain, France, Croatia and Nigeria. Maun has advised applicants who gained admission to top-tier MBA programs including Harvard, Stanford, Wharton, Kellogg, and Columbia.In addition to her role with The MBA Exchange, she currently serves Harvard University as an interviewer assessing undergraduate applicants. Maun worked at Mc Kinsey & Company advising clients in the media, retail, medical device, and non-profit industries. Harari served as an Admission Fellow evaluating MBA applications and interviewing candidates on behalf of the admissions staff. Harari was awarded a Joseph Wharton Fellowship and organized the annual Warren Buffett Trek.She evaluated and interviewed applicants, both on-campus and globally. Jennett’s clients have gained admission to and been awarded over $1.3 million in merit-based aid by schools including HBS, Wharton, Stanford, MIT, Booth, Kellogg, and London Business School.Prior to joining The MBA Exchange in 2012, she served as director of recruitment and admissions for a non-profit career development organization, and in sales and marketing management roles with Coca-Cola, Gillette, Procter & Gamble, and IBM. Jennett earned her MBA degree from The Wharton School, where she was a member of the Dean's Graduate Student Advisory group, and studied at Instituto de Estudies Superiores de la Empresa (IE).A former associate director of admissions at Harvard Business School, Ms.
Wheelan served on the HBS MBA Admissions Board for 13 years.
After business school, he joined management consulting firm Mc Kinsey & Company, serving companies in retail, consumer goods, technology and the public sector in North America and Asia. Rowland spent stints in strategy and brand management at Starbucks before moving into the tech startup world where he has served in executive roles at several venture-backed startup companies.
Prior to business school, he was a systems engineer in the defense sector after earning his Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Duke University.
He also worked in research and analyst roles at JPMorgan and Goldman Sachs in New York City.
A native of France, he has also lived in the US, Singapore and Japan for several years. Odunlami earned a bachelor’s degree with honors in international business from Dillard University.
From investment banking to management consulting to engineering to entrepreneurship. A former associate director of admissions at Harvard Business School, Dr.