I think you have the beginnings of a competitive profile. Assuming you get a GMAT score in the range you're targeting, AND that you have great work experiences to draw upon when writing your essays, AND your letters of recommendation will be specific and enthusiastic, then I think you have a chance at a top-ten school. Your work progression looks good, so I expect that your candidacy should be strong in terms of the work experiences you have to draw upon in your application.
Naturally, you're aiming for five of the most selective MBA programs in the world, so I can't say that you have a "great" shot at any of them. Remember than Stanford's acceptance rate was below 7% last year! (What would a "great" shot be... a 25% chance of success?) Given your low undergrad GPA from a big state school (yes, unfortunately a 3.3 will look low vs. much of your competition), you may want to spread your bets a bit and include one or two slightly lower-ranked schools, but only if those are schools you would actually want to attend. Either way, you may want to think about doing one or two courses now to try to earn A's in those, and show that you're serious about doing well in school.
Also, you didn't mention your post-MBA career goals. That will obviously matter, especially in terms of what additional schools you might target.
To answer your question about whether or not you would be "international" in admissions officers' eyes, probably not (since you were educated in the U.S.), although your varied background will matter more than whether you're considered U.S. or international.
P.S. If you apply to Kellogg, make sure you spell the school's name right. It has two g's in it.