Brett Haber

MBA Prep School


Brett earned her MBA in Finance from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and her BA in Anthropology from Yale University. She spent the early part of her career as a management consultant advising executives across the U.S., Europe and Africa on behalf of firms such as Cap Gemini and Bain & Co.She has been on the cutting edge of MBA admissions for the last 15 years. After completing her MBA, Brett served on the Wharton Admissions Committee, reading hundreds of applications, interviewing applicants across the U.S. and Asia and gaining an inside perspective into the admissions process at one of the world’s most competitive programs. Since 2005 she has been advising applicants full-time on their admissions strategies and has personally helped thousands from across the globe gain acceptance to the world’s elite MBA programs.When working with clients she is known for her no-holds-barred style, clearly delivering feedback that others might be reluctant to share. This direct style, coupled with her thoughtful and creative insights, provide critical perspective for each of her clients. She also serves as Treasurer of the Board of our industry’s primary professional development group, the Association of International Graduate Admissions Consultants.Outside of the office, Brett is very active in both the Wharton and Yale alumni clubs. With a competitive spirit that dates back to her days as a varsity runner at Yale, Brett is also an accomplished ballroom dancer, challenging couples across the nation.


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1999 - 1999
Yale U.
1999 - 1999
The Wharton School


2015 - 2017
MBA Prep School
2014 - 2017
Leadership Consultant
2005 - 2014
Senior Admissions Consultant
Clear Admit
2003 - 2004
Senior Consultant
Pembroke Consulting
2001 - 2002
Admissions Counselor
The Wharton School