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    Puja BaturaPuja Batura
    Puja is currently enrolled in the Part-Time Program at the Kellogg School of Management and works in Marketing at JPMorganChase.  She enjoys following fashion and style trends, and believes accessories are the best way to dress up any outfit.  She hopes to open up her own boutique one day.
    Mark WongMark Wong
    Mark Wong is a former management consultant and soon-to-be MBA in the Class of 2013. Mark founded randomwok.com to help other prospective applicants by documenting the ups and downs of the MBA admissions process. And if this whole MBA thing doesn't work out, he'll turn his blog into a cooking website.
    Stacy BlackmanStacy Blackman
    Stacy Sukov Blackman launched her MBA admissions consulting company in 2001 and has since helped thousands of clients gain admission to the most selective business schools in the world, many with merit scholarships. Blackman is the author of "The MBA Application Roadmap: The Essential Guide to Getting Into a Business School," and has published a series of online guides which contain in depth guidance on how to develop essays for top business schools. Blackman has degrees from both the Wharton School and the Kellogg Graduate School of Management.
    Jennifer GootmanJennifer Gootman
    Jennifer Gootman is the Executive Director of Global Goods Partners and has more than ten years experience working with economic development and arts-focused nonprofits and social enterprises. She has been the deputy director of a New York-based think tank and magazine, the communications director of a nonprofit art gallery in New York, and designs and produces her own line of jewelry. Jennifer received an MBA with distinction from NYU Stern where she specialized in Finance and Social Innovation & Impact and a BA from Harvard University.
    Jen from MBA ChicJen from MBA Chic
    Jen is the Editor of MBAchic.com and currently juggles a full-time job and a part-time MBA in NYC. The MBAchic blog is about "keeping it chic in b-school and beyond" and is geared toward MBA ladies, applicants and career women in general (gents are welcome, too!)