What Has Whitney Wolfe Been Up To?

Whitney Wolfe is a talented businesswoman who has worked long and hard over the years to build an empire that has now reached its highest point in the industry. Bumble is the app that she co-founded, and it has reached the top of the charts alongside Tinder. The millions upon millions of people who are using Bumble has proven that the app is here t stay and change lives.

Bumble is an app similar to Tinder. Men and women go ahead and swipe on each other, and when a match is made, the woman must send a message to the guy within 24 hours before the match disappears entirely. Bumble has created a very powerful new approach to making this dating app the best it can be by supporting women and giving them the power. The powerful feminist approach is what makes it so unique. Read more about Whitney Wolfe at Wikipedia

Whitney Wolfe is making changes in her career because of Bumble. She is witnessing new things in her life that are bringing her to new levels. Whitney Wolfe is now a part of the Imagine Entertainment board of directors as someone who has input on their newest entertainment media options. Imagine Entertainment is incredible with how they work bringing her to their team for her input.

Because the app is continuously changing, there are so many new features that have made this app the best it can be. For example, Bumble Bizz is a new addition to the original app. This part of Bumble allows you to make connections with people on a business level. If you want to find a new job or a new business partner, this part of the app is your place to be. Bumble also has Bumble BFF specifically for finding friends. If you’re new in town and need to meet some new people, Bumble BFF is the place for you to be.

Whitney Wolfe is here to prove to people that you can accomplish a life of meeting new people successfully. Wolfe is a professional who knows that Bumble is headed to a great level of growth over the next few years.

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Whitney Wolfe Bans Gun Photos On Her Website Bumble

Whitney Wolfe is a woman who believes in women’s rights, justice and no violence. After the Marjory Douglas Stoneman high school shooting took place on February 2014, many American people were outraged over the issue of gun violence. Companies all over the nation began to distance themselves from anything that had to do with guns. Whitney Wolfe also followed suite.

Nikolas Cruz was the shooter who took the lives of 17 people in the high school shooting. Many people (even law enforcement officials) stated that he was showcasing guns on his social media profile. He had photos of himself holding guns. He also used his profile to tell people that he was going to use them. Many people who viewed his social media profile with the gun photos knew something wasn’t right. Unfortunately, his actions led to the death of many people.

Whitney Wolfe does not want this to happen with site Bumble. This dating site is all about love, romance and empowering women. According to Whitney Wolfe, the use of weapons and guns has no place on this site. In response to the current gun debate and crisis, she has decided to eliminate all photos of users showing guns.

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She hired 5,000 computer tech specialists as contractors to sift through over 22 million user profiles to ensure that this ban is followed through. As CEO, Whitney Wolfe doesn’t want to kick users off the site just because of gun photos. However, she wants to make it clear that no one is going to display weapons unless there is a reason for doing so.

Some profile users on Bumble are law enforcement personnel or they might work in the military. Individuals who work in a profession where firearms are a part of their job – will not have their photos removed. Ms. Whitney Wolfe understands that some people need guns as a part of their profession.

Bumble has sent $100,000 to the March for Our Lives protest that is scheduled to take place on March 24, 2018 throughout various locations across the country. Bumble also supports #MeToo Movement which speaks out against sexual assault and harassment. Whitney Wolfe wants to ensure that women everywhere are honored and that gun violence has no association with her site.