Consultant Profile: Varun Uttamchandani

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A Wharton MBA who also served as a Wharton Admissions Fellow, Varun has helped 100% of his former clients achieve admission into top-20 MBA programs.

Employing a hands-on working style that is both consultative and empathetic, Varun helps his clients identify their “x factor” and leverage their personal and professional strengths to craft unique, compelling narratives.

Varun’s professional experiences span entrepreneurship, technology, and healthcare. In addition to his work at Accepted, Varun currently serves as a Senior Product Marketing Manager at Doximity, a leading healthtech startup in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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Varun is a Wharton MBA who is passionate about helping his clients reach their inflection points by achieving admission into the top MBA programs in the world. While at Wharton, Varun served as an MBA Admissions Fellow, gaining an insider’s perspective on the competitive MBA application process, and held leadership roles in the Wharton student government and Wharton Technology Club.

Employing a hands-on working style that is both consultative and empathetic, Varun helps his clients identify their “x factor” and leverage their personal and professional strengths to craft unique, compelling narratives. It’s this approach that has helped all 42 of his former clients achieve admission into competitive programs like Harvard Business School, Wharton, Chicago Booth, and the Kellogg School of Management.

Varun’s professional experiences span entrepreneurship, technology, and healthcare. In addition to his work at Accepted, Varun currently serves as a Senior Product Marketing Manager at Doximity, a leading healthtech startup in the San Francisco Bay Area. Prior to Doximity, he was on the founding teams for two early stage startups coming from the prestigious 500 Startups technology incubator.

Outside of work, Varun spends his time indulging in the creative – you can either find him at dance practice, where he teaches students the intricacies of Bollywood dance, or in the DJ booth. He’s also an ardent lover of all things hot sauce, with a collection that spans 100 sauces across 25 countres.