Whitney Wolfe who is the Chief Executive Officer as well as the founder of Bumble, a dating app, recently got married to the love of her life. She has managed to build her career by assisting other women in finding love. Whitney Wolfe tied the knot with Michael Herd who is a tech guru as well as Texas oil heir. The marriage ceremony took place at the Villa Treville in Positano which is along the Amalfi Coast in Italy. The marriage ceremony of the Bumble founder was a sight to behold and she stood out with her Oscar De La Renta gown. Guests at the wedding were also treated to a clear view of the Italian coast which was candle-lit.
Whitney Wolfe joined the dating app industry in 2012 when she became the co-founder of Tinder, her recent competitor app. After working at the company for some time, Whitney decided to establish an app that would offer women with more control when it comes to online dating. She established Bumble in 2014 and has ever since led the company to achieve lots of growth and success. Bumble is a dating application that enables women to start conversations with the matches they find online. Since entering the dating app industry, Whitney has managed to achieve a lot and done lots of contributions to the industry.
In 2016, Whitney Wolfe was one as one of Elle’s Women in Tech. The Business Insider also awarded the Bumble Founder with the award of 30 Most Important Women Under 30. An American Entrepreneur, Whitney Wolfe serves as a role model to many women in the society. She encourages women to stand up and make the first initiative in finding love. She also believes that everyone has a chance to love and that the love of their loves is somewhere out there. Since Bumble was established in 2014, it has managed to get over 18 million registered users. Currently, the dating app has ventures into new verticals like BumbleBFF which is for finding friends and BumbleBizz. For more info about us: https://www.fastcompany.com/person/whitney-wolfe click here.
Whitney Wolfe was born and raised up in Salt Lake City in Utah. She managed to graduate from the Southern Methodist University and earned her Bachelor’s Degree in International Studies. While at 19 years, Whitney ventured into business and started selling bamboo tote bags which benefited locations affected by the famous BP oil spill. Her success is as a result of hard work and commitment.