Chris has an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern, has scored a 750 on the GMAT, and has served as member of the Kellogg Admissions Committee. Additionally, Chris’s professional passion is in marketing where he has 10 years of experience managing some amazing global brands including Crest, Scope & Gillette while at Procter & Gamble. Chris brings this experience as a brand builder to help aspiring MBA applicants develop their own personal brand message. He has worked as a graduate admissions consultant since 2006 and has succeeded in helping candidates gain admissions to schools including Harvard, Stanford, Wharton, Kellogg, Chicago & MIT.
Beyond his passion for marketing, Chris finds his personal interests tend to revolve around coaching and teaching. As a former ski instructor, lacrosse coach, guest lecturer at Kellogg, admissions consultant, and business mentor, Chris always finds himself hungering for new opportunities to help others learn. He is even currently training for his private pilots’ license in the hope that he will one day be able to help others learn how to fly.
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Admissions Consulting“Jay is the master of all things related to business school applications. His expertise and his support throughout the process helped me get into Stanford GSB, my top choice school. Jay took the daunting process of business school applications and broke everything down into a manageable, well-structured approach.”