Alejandro Freeman ardently believes that we all have unique stories to tell about ourselves. By facilitating deep and inquisitive introspection for his clients, he helps them understand and confidently communicate their intrinsic motivators in life and reasons for pursuing an MBA. That work enables his clients to gain admission to top MBA programs.
Alejandro has a BS in Chemical Engineering from Rice University and an MBA from Wharton, where he was a Don & Cathey Humphreys Endowed MBA Fellow. At Rice, he spent most of his time leading and coaching a team of engineering undergrads to help communities in rural El Salvador gain access to potable water. During his two years at Wharton, Alejandro focused on improving the representation of Latinx MBAs as the Director of Admissions for the Wharton Hispanic American MBA Association (WHAMBAA). At WHAMBAA, Alejandro directly supported dozens of MBA applicants every year. He is a proud fellow of the Toigo Foundation, the Hispanic Scholarship Fund, and Prospanica.
Before joining BCG in Washington DC, Alejandro is completing a fellowship in Ecuador, where he is learning Quechua and sharpening his analytics skills. He has worked as a management consultant at Deloitte, an investment banking intern at Barclays, and a jack of all trades at a state education agency and other education organizations.
Alejandro is an honorary Houstonian (go Rockets!) and a native Ecuadorian. Outside of Ecuador and the US, he has lived in Nairobi, Kenya and Xiamen, China. With a love for learning languages, he is a native Spanish and intermediate Mandarin and Quechua speaker.