Dedman College Alumna and Bumble Founder Whitney Wolfe on Shifting the Dating World and Never Quitting

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Originally Posted: July 16, 2015

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Bumble founder Whitney Wolfe has always called the shots. An entrepreneur since she was quite young (she had three companies before she graduated from Southern Methodist University), she was always “eager to start, to create, to do” and definitely be her own boss.

And that she has certainly done. One of the original founders of Tinder, Wolfe ventured out on her own last year to create a more intuitive dating app that put women’s needs (and steamy wants) first. And, no, for all the skeptics out there, she didn’t simply try to recreate Tinder for the ladies. In fact, the 26-year-old originally wanted to create a positive social platform for adolescent girls, but the idea of a women-centric dating app kept nagging at her. READ MORE

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