Whitney Wolfe Is A Woman After Women’s Hearts

A recent fairy tale ending herself, Whitney Wolfe has made a 230 million dollar fortune helping women find love and has also lately found love for herself according to the article “Bumble’s Whitney Wolfe Herd Swiped Right to a $230 Million Fortune” by Madeline Berg from Forbes and “Bumble Founder Whitney Wolfe’s Whirlwind Wedding Was a True Celebration of Southern Italy” by Alexandra Macon from Vogue.

As the CEO of the company Bumble, a dating app, where women choose the men by swiping right on their screens which also can lead to a new friend or a new job too, Whitney Wolfe has cultivated over 35 million users of her app and just married Michael Herd last October according to the articles. Her company reportedly encourages women to “Be the CEO your parents always wanted you to marry” by having women choose the guy they want to date instead of getting chosen themselves. The very feminist approach apparently brought the company 100 million dollars in revenue in 2017 and Forbes puts the worth of the company at around 1 billion dollars.

The very enterprising woman is also most likely in raptures after her recent wedding to Michael Herd who proposed according to the Vogue article after a horseback ride at sunset which was “absolutely magic” in her words. Also according to the article they got married at the Villa Tre Ville in Italy with the Bumble CEO wearing an Oscar de la Renta gown before the ceremony which she said was “the ideal combination of Italian glamour and southern comfort” and then another Oscar de la Renta gown for the big day composed of corded rose lace with a four foot long train and trim that was scalloped which was perfect for “accenting the romantic Italian setting” according to the bride. A lovely example for those who use her app, Whitney Wolfe is a woman after women’s hearts by finding love for herself and helping her users to do the same.