Born in Salt Lake City Utah, and a resident of Austin, Texas, Mrs. Whitney Wolfe has already made a huge impact in the business world as a young 27-year-old American entrepreneur. Mrs. Whitney Wolfe received her degree in International Studies from Southern Methodist University in Texas. She is the founder and CEO of Bumble, a highly successful location based social and dating application. Bumble facilitates communication between interested people. This technology uses Facebook to build its user profile with photos and basic information, including the user’s educational background and current job. Mrs. Whiteny Wolfe has also previously been aggressively active as the co-founder of the dating app Tinder. Tinder uses GPS location and searching features to allow mutually interested users to engage in chat; it is an app commonly used as a dating service. However, Tinder has branched out to provide lots of other functionality, making it an ideal general-purpose social media application as well.
Incredibly enough, as of April 2016, Tinder and Bumble are the first and fourth most popular dating app on the internet, based on their huge user base. No wonder Mrs. Whitney Wolfe was named as Business Insider’s 30 most important women under 30 years of age, in the technology sector. In 2016, Mrs. Whitney Wolfe was awarded Elle magazine’s “Women in Tech” prize. Wolfe was also presented by Forbes as one of the brightest young entrepreneurs in their 2017 “30 under 30” awards. As early as her college days, Mrs. Whitney Wolfe exhibited great talents and leadership skills. She started her own business at the age of 19, selling bamboo tote bags to benefit areas of the world affected by the BP oil spill. Mrs. Whiteny Wolfe definitely considers herself a feminist rooting fo equality and encouraging women to take active roles.
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