Whitney Wolfe is the famous American entrepreneur, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Bumble dating app. Born in Utah, Salt Lake City, Wolfe learned at the Southern Methodist University before majoring in International Studies. She was an active entrepreneur while still in school and would later launch a charitable organization, the Help Us Project. She has also worked in Southeast Asia in orphanages.
Whitney Wolfe started her entrepreneurial journey at the age of 22 years. She collaborated with the Hatch Labs IAC incubator project. After the collapse of the project, she went on to start the Tinder dating app together with Justin Mateen, Chris Gulczynski in 2012. At the new company, she was responsible for popularizing the brand on the main American campuses and colleges. She would later break off from the partnership and start Bumble.
In 2014, Wolfe was acknowledged by the Business Insider as one of the Most Important Women under 30 in Technology Industry. Launched in 2014, Bumble as feminist dating app has multi-million registered users across the world. Bumble helps to create the most secure and safest environment where only the users know each other. The app has made possible for millions of user to meet and interact.
Bumble dating app gives its users more control than the other conventional dating apps. Even more, Bumble aims to launch other features like the BumbleBFF and BumbleBIZZ for finding and locating friends.
According to dating app user records, by last year, Bumble was the fourth most used dating apps. So far, user feedback is positive and most active members report below average harassment and abuse. Most active member’s bullying experience on Bumble is even less than average. It is the coolest site to be fun to each other, chill out and treat everyone with kindness. People who seek respect and understanding can take advantage of the app.