Whitney Wolfe Herd
|Age||34 years (.2023)|
|Height||5 feet 5 inches|
|Weight||50 kg – 110 lbs|
Whitney Wolfe Herd’s Parents Family
|Brother||name yet to be uploaded|
Whitney Wolfe Herd’s Relationship
|Affairs/Boyfriend||Michael Herd, Justin Mateen|
|Husband/Spouse||Michael Herd (m. 2017)|
|Sons||name yet to be uploaded|
|Daughter||name yet to be uploaded|
Whitney Wolfe Herd’s BioData
|Real Name||Whitney Wolfe Herd|
|Nick Name||Whitney Wolfe|
|Famous||Co-Founder and CEO of Bumble|
|Date of Birth||1 July 1989|
|Hometown||Salt Lake City, Utah, United States|
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Whitney Wolfe Herd’s Source of money
|Net worth||$1.5 billion|
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|Source||Source Of Income entrepreneur|
Whitney Wolfe Herd’s Physical fitness
|Eye color||The Color of the Eye is Hazel Green|
|Hair Color||The Color of the Hair is Light Golden Blonde|
|body||The body Complexion is slim|
|skin colour||The Skin Color is fair|
|Body||The Body Measurement is 34-28-34 inches|
Whitney Wolfe Herd’s Physical state
|Birthplace||Salt Lake City, Utah, United States|
|Height F||5 feet 5 inches|
|Height m||1.65 in meter|
|Height cm||165 in centimeter|
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|College||college name N/A|
|University||Southern Methodist University, Paris-Sorbonne University|
|School||Judge Memorial Catholic High School (2003–2007)|
|Country||Salt Lake City, Utah, United States|
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|Address City||Salt Lake City, Utah, United States|
|Food||Fast Food, Pizza, Pancakes, Salad|
|Sports||tennis, football, basketball, cricket|
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American entrepreneur Whitney Wolfe Herd hails from this country. She is the creator and CEO of the 2014-launched online dating service Bumble, Inc., which is publicly traded. She co-founded Tinder and served as vice president of marketing in the past.
In addition to being honoured to the Time 100 List in 2018, Wolfe Herd was named one of Forbes’ 30 Under 30 in 2017 and 2018. When Wolfe Herd took Bumble public in February 2021, she broke the record for the youngest female self-made millionaire in the world. At 31 years old, she is the youngest woman to have taken a company public.
Whitney Wolfe was born Wolfe Herd in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Jewish property developer Michael Wolfe and Catholic Kelly Wolfe. Judge Memorial Catholic High School was where Wolfe Herd studied. The family spent a vacation in Paris, France, when she was in sixth school. Wolfe Herd studied international studies and was a Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority member at Southern Methodist University.
She established a company selling bamboo tote bags while still a college student at the age of 20 to raise money for the BP oil spill-affected areas. Wolfe Herd established the nonprofit organisation known as the “Help Us Project” in collaboration with famous hairstylist Patrick Aufdenkamp.
After celebrities like Nicole Richie and Rachel Zoe were pictured carrying the bags, the bags gained widespread media attention. Soon after, she and Aufdenkamp launched “Tender Heart,” a clothing company meant to promote fair trade and raise awareness of human trafficking. Wolfe Herd worked with orphanages in Southeast Asia after receiving her degree.
At the age of 22, Wolfe Herd joined the Sean Rad-led Cardiff business in 2012 through Hatch Labs’ IAC incubator. Wolfe Herd joined the development team for the dating software Tinder (formerly known as MatchBox) together with Rad and Chris Gulczynski, albeit the project was later shelved.
For Tinder, Wolfe Herd was appointed vice president of marketing. According to reports, she was responsible for the app’s name, drawing inspiration from the flame emblem and the concept of tinder, a material that rapidly catches fire and is used to ignite one. She has also been given credit for boosting its ubiquity and user base on college campuses.
In April 2014, Wolfe Herd left Tinder due to escalating conflict with key business executives. She brought a sexual harassment claim against Tinder on June 30. She allegedly received more than $1 million in cash and shares as part of a settlement in September 2014.
Wolfe Herd began designing Merci, a female-only social network focused on praises after experiencing online hostility. She initially didn’t want to return to the dating scene, but in the months that followed, she worked with Badoo founder Andrey Andreev to put together a team and create a new, female-friendly dating app.
Moxie was the name she had in mind for the software, but it was already in use. Wolfe Herd, a dating app with an emphasis on women, founded Bumble after relocating to Austin, Texas, in December 2014. The app had 80 million matches and over 15 million talks by December 2015.
After Wolfe Herd left Tinder, Badoo founder Andrey Andreev contacted her about starting a dating platform and partnering with her; Badoo still owns a controlling stake in the business. Bumble had approximately 22 million registered users as of November 2017. According to a CNBC story from January 2018, Badoo was looking for a sale that might fetch the company a price of $1.5 billion.
In 2014, Business Insider called Wolfe Herd one of the 30 Most Important Women Under 30 in Technology. She was recognised as one of Elle’s Women in Tech in 2016. In 2017 and 2018, Forbes included her on their “30 Under 30” list. She was mentioned in a TechCrunch article about 42 women who made it in tech that year in December 2017.
With monthly user populations of 7.9 million and 5 million, respectively, Tinder and Bumble were the top two dating apps in the United States as of September 2019. Wolfe Herd discussed the incidence of unwanted sexual photographs given to female users on dating apps at a March 2019 testimony before the Texas House Criminal Jurisprudence Committee.
In collaboration with Hearst, Wolfe published the inaugural print issue of Bumble Mag in April 2019. Co-founder Andreev gave up all of his ownership in both Bumble and its sister company, Badoo, when Bumble’s parent company, MagicLab, was sold to the private equity firm The Blackstone Group in November 2019.
Homosexual dating app headquartered in the UK Jack Rogers, Max Cheremkin, and Ollie Locke all contributed to the founding of Chappy, which was principally sponsored by Bumble and Wolfe Herd. On a skiing trip to Aspen in December 2013, she crossed paths with oil and gas heir Michael Herd. The couple wed in 2017.
The couple shared the news of the birth of their first child in December 2019. Wolfe Herd moved up from number 39 in 2020 to number 33 in 2022 on Forbes’ ranking of the top 100 “America’s richest self-made women.”
Questions About Whitney Wolfe Herd
Why did Whitney Wolfe Herd leave Tinder?
She filed a complaint for sexual harassment against Tinder and its parent company IAC in June 2014, claiming that company executives had called her offensive names and treated her abusively.
Why did Whitney Wolfe herd start Bumble?
But she jumped in headfirst and started Bumble. She originally intended it to be a networking app for women rather than a dating app, but Andrey Andreev, the inventor of Badoo and a Russian millionaire, stepped in. He was impressed with Wolfe Herd’s zeal and encouraged her to stick to her strengths.
How old is Whitney Wolfe herd?
34 years (.2023)
How many kids does Whitney Wolfe herd have?
On Thursday, Wolfe Herd was holding her one-year-old son Bobby Lee “Bo” Herd II in her arms as she celebrated the occasion.
Is Whitney Herd married?