Earlier in my career I served as counsel to Governor Mark Warner in Richmond, as senior strategist for Tom Perriello’s 2008 campaign for Congress, as legislative aide to then-Delegate Creigh Deeds, as national security director of the 2008 John Edwards for President campaign, and as senior policy advisor at the Center for American Progress. I was also a candidate for Lieutenant Governor of Virginia in 2009. That year, I was appointed by Governor Tim Kaine to a four-year term on Virginia’s Board of Medicine. I was a member of the Finance Committee for Terry McAuliffe’s 2013 campaign for governor and was chair of the Governor-elect’s Transition Council on Homeland Security. In 2016, Governor McAuliffe appointed me to the Council on Virginia's Future .
Your Quant Score
Most admissions officers admit that they want to see a balanced score on both verbal and quant. The general buzz is that around 80% on both is about right, but there’s definitely some give on both sides. So don’t fear if you get a 47 on the quant, which is turning out to be a 78% these days. As for the GRE, the population on the quant side is a bit less numbers oriented, so if you get an 80% in that pool, it’s pretty well known that you are being measured against a different population, usually not as quant-oriented as GMAT test takers. So shoot for a higher percentage, say about 85% on quant.