Gil was accepted to the MBA programs at Harvard, Wharton and INSEAD with a GMAT score of 650. He received a full, merit-based scholarship at Wharton upon admission, and later served as member of Wharton admissions team.
Realizing that his essays and recommendations were extremely effective, Gil founded ARINGO, applying the tools he developed as an applicant to help over 500 clients gain admission to the top-10 MBA programs.
Shimri was accepted to the London Business School Executive MBA Program at age 27 with a GMAT score of only 620. It was his confidence, his vision and his ability to articulate and express himself that helped him get accepted to the school of his preference.
During his MBA he acted as his class representative and was involved with the technology, private equity and consulting LBS clubs.
After completing his MBA, Shimri joined a prestigious consulting firm and later filled key roles in some of the world’s leading high tech firms.
Shimri was a member of the London Business School Admission Committee for 8 years, responsible for interviewing and assessing over 40 MBA applicants.
Acknowledging the fact that many young and talented individuals fail to showcase their promise in their applications, Shimri got involved in helping MBA candidates navigate the application process. He later became a partial owner of ARINGO and today serves as the company president.
C haya’s passion for education and empowering the next generation of societal leaders is what inspires her work at ARINGO. Prior to working at ARINGO, Chaya served as a political consultant, promoting minority rights throughout Europe and the Middle East. As a student, Chaya recognized the need to provide both students and young professionals with the tools and skill-sets to be empowed to succeed and generate positive change in their respective fields. Chaya dedicated her student years to providing opportunities for growth to students and young professionals from all walks of life. She founded a national Model UN society, worked directly with the UN, UNAOC, UNHRC and CSW to promote opportunities for youth and women. She later went on to be elected as Chairperson of an international student organization, fighting for student interests in over 48 countries. Through her activities, Chaya established close relationships with University admistrations around the world, scholarship funds, and various other organizations that assist students through their studies and in their transition to the work-force. She has prepared students for interviews, and successfully assisted in the admission of over 50 applicants to top programs and fellowships. Recognizing the important role that MBA grads play in our globalized society, Chaya is dedicated to ensuring that the right people have the best chances at getting admitted to their dream schools in order to better affect society upon graduation. She brings an out-of-the-box and diverse way of thinking to the traditional ARINGO team, and contacts that continue to aid our clients many years after they have graduated.