About Our Consultants
Our team has worked in admissions at every top school (Wharton, HBS, Stanford, Kellogg, Chicago Booth, Tuck, INSEAD, Haas, Anderson, Columbia, Fuqua and more). We are writers, recruiters, strategists, and marketers as savvy as they come. We’ve graduated from the best MBA programs and know what it takes to get in. We’ve published books, taught university level classes and have strong personal relationships with every business school admissions office.
We are dreamers, philosophers, entrepreneurs, bankers and consultants. We are a team. We share information, with one another and with you. We like what we do and we like our clients. We have high standards, for ourselves and for you. We know what it takes to be successful and we’re excited to help you reach your goals.
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STATS: MBA, Stanford Graduate School of Business.Undergrad, Harvard University (magna cum laude.)
Chandler’s vast experience working in the private sector for The Coca-Cola Company as well as for the Boston Consulting Group, makes him an excellent resource for all future CEO’s. He has also worked with First Book, an international non-profit bringing over 60 million books to low-income families and has served as the Executive Director of the First Book Marketplace, an award-winning social enterprise. His work with First Book has been highlighted in case studies at Harvard Business School, Columbia University and The Yale School Of Management. The First Book Marketplace was also recently named the “most innovative model” in the field by the Social Enterprise Alliance and the Case Foundation.
His unique ability to help clients see themselves and the value of their own experiences has helped Chandler’s clients create admisisons’s submissions that far exceeded even their own hopes.
When you speak to Chandler, don’t forget to ask him why he will never eat spicy food again.
STATS: MBA, Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business (GSB), BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Southern California (USC).
During her time at Stanford, Keauna was an ambassador for the GSB MBA Admissions Ambassador Program as well as a writer for the Stanford Reporter. Keauna has had a diverse career including working in Education, conducting market research in Hong Kong for Cathay Pacific Airways and working as an Electrical Engineer for Northrop Grumman. She also pursued her passion in music, which led to a position as the lead Digital Marketing Analyst at Interscope Records.
Keauna has served as a mentor and coach for the UCLA Anderson School of Management Riordan Fellows Program as well as a Board Member for the Riordan Programs Alumni Association (RPAA). She also co-founded the Riordan Fellows MBA Coaching Program, which launched in 2013.
Ask Keauna to tell you what it was like to fly alongside an F-16 fighter jet when she was an engineer at Northrop Grumman. She can also share foodie takes with you as she loves trying food from other cultures!
STATS: MBA, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, BS University of Virginia in Economics, with Distinction.
Seher has a strong client-service background, having spent much of her career as a Management Consultant with Deloitte Consulting in their Washington DC office. At Deloitte, Seher focused on Financial Services, Energy, and Telecom engagements. Her area of expertise was Strategy and Operations. During her time as a consultant, Seher worked extensively with clients to develop customer retention strategies, and optimize existing business processes. She also spent a significant amount of time connecting strategic and business imperatives with technology solutions. In addition, Seher co-authored Deloitte’s Point of View white paper on mobile content viability and Mobile Virtual Network Operators.
In addition to her work as an MBA adviser, Seher enjoys cooking as well as choreographing and dancing to Bollywood music. Ask Seher to explain how she married the same man three times in three different countries!
STATS: MBA, Cornell’s Johnson School of Management with full scholarship and acceptance into Cornell’s Park Leadership Program. Admissions committees: Cornell University, Kenan-Flagler Business School.
Ryan worked for four years in MBA admissions at Cornell University and The Kenan-Flagler Business School, during which time he reviewed over 1,500 business school applications and interviewed over 500 MBA candidates. In addition, Ryan has over six years of marketing and corporate strategy consulting experience. He has advised executives from more than 25 Fortune 500 companies on marketing, branding, and corporate strategy, and has advised several prominent political figures from around New England.
In his free time, Ryan leads a Boston-area youth program and counsels inner city high school students on their resumes and college applications. He has delivered motivational speeches to high school students and young professionals, and has spoken to audiences of up to 2,500 people. Be sure to ask him about one particular speech he gave, though, which he considers his most embarrassing moment.
STATS: Masters Degree, New York University, lecturer, New York University
A native of Los Angeles, Margaret has been an international MBA application advisor since 2000. Margaret began her professional career in broadcasting, as a radio personality in Los Angeles, eventually moving into the field of publishing. Prior to joining the MBA world, Margaret managed a publishing company in New York, and worked for over a decade at Condé Nast Publications. Most recently, she was the founder and director of an Arts NGO in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Margaret has successfully worked with every type of client imaginable, with a very high percentage receiving merit scholarships. Her clients can now be found on the alumni rosters of every top school.
Be sure to ask Margaret about her first paying job…as an opera singer!
STATS: MBA, Harvard Business School, BS Wake Forest University, CFA Institute Charterholder
Erin earned her MBA from the Harvard Business School and her Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Economics (summa cum laude) from Wake Forest University. She received Wake Forest’s Prize in Economics for her honors thesis on wage gaps and demographics.
In addition to her work as an MBA application adviser, Erin has worked in finance, holding both advisory and investor roles. Most recently she provided financial capital to private equity-backed companies in a variety of industries, leading all aspects of underwriting and transaction execution.
Prior to business school, Erin worked in corporate development for a large financial institution, where she executed strategic projects related to the global financial crisis as part of a small team advising the company’s CFO. Outside of work, Erin is a leader in the Junior League of Chicago where she manages business aspects and fundraising initiatives for the organization.
Ask Erin about her experience many years ago as a former client of Stacy Blackman Consulting!