Abhishek Sahay was accepted into INSEAD, Wharton and Kellogg. He is currently pursuing his MBA at INSEAD. Prior to his MBA, Abhishek worked at Mckinsey & Company, as well as the Bill & Melind Gates Foundation. He also has a Bachelors in Mathematics from Delhi University. You can find him on AdmitHour.
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