My New Project: Whitney Wolfe

I’m writing an article of Whitney Wolfe, the founder of the dating app, Bumble. She has a staff of women working alongside her with making this app a success.

She is known as a busy bee when checking her phone, emails, and texts during movement according to Austin Woman Magazine. Just like every young woman who starts a business, I believe Whitney Wolfe created something that could help every women find the right man in their lives. This is a very interesting subject concerning this dating app. I’ve heard of many dating apps and website on TV but this is the first I’ve heard of this particular app. The advantage of using Bumble or any other app is finding the right person with the same likes, interests, and even find your soulmate.

Since Whitney Wolfe found this app less than a year and a half ago, she pointed out that millions of new users that Bumble added has a growth rate of as much as 65% per day. That’s pretty much proves that the Bumble dating app works for women who access it. Whitney Wolfe is from Salt Lake City, Utah where she spent her early childhood in an environment that is more pastoral than metropolitan. Her father is Jewish while her mother is Catholic. She also has a younger sister. Whitney Wolfe went to a Jewish preschool and then a private Catholic high school when she learned about cultural understanding of different people with traditions and ways of life. At the age of 11, her family moves to Paris where they instilled their kids of a sense of the world. She made many friends in France and immerses into their culture. This was probably the reason she started to think about creating this app because it could help women of different languages find that special someone.

Learn more about Whitney Wolfe: http://www.vanityfair.com/culture/2015/08/bumble-app-whitney-wolfe