We’re happy to welcome Libby Angst to the Accepted team!
Libby worked in the Kellogg Admissions Office, where she learned how to assess MBA applications and find the traits that top schools are looking for in their students. She evaluated all parts of the MBA app from students around the world. She also co-chaired the Kellogg Student Admissions Committee, where she taught and supervised 30 students during each submission round during her second year at Kellogg. These experiences taught her what helps applications to be noticed.
Her interest in admissions was sparked when she advised friends to acceptances at top MBA program including Chicago Booth, Columbia, Harvard, Kellogg, NYU Stern , Stanford GSB, UCLA Anderson, Michigan Ross, and Wharton
Libby loves to travel the world and spent six years employed in the hospitality sector. In addition to working in-house at hotels around the U.S., she worked as a revenue management and marketing strategies consultant at TravelCllick, a software company providing marketing strategies to increase revenue and resolutions for the hospitality business.
Libby rounds out her work life by serving the community. She is a Board Member of The Night Ministry, a nonprofit in Chicago that aids the homeless. She is also a self-taught barista, and loves serving the perfectly adorned latte.
Libby’s aim is to help young people make the best use of their potential by uncovering meaning in their business and personal lives. She believes that getting into the right MBA program can be a life-changing experience. She has always loved assisting others in finding what makes them exceptional. She delights in helping people find their ideal personal statement topic and perfect their admission story before an interview.