Bumble CEO Should Accomplish Whatever She Wants in 2019

Whitney Wolfe Herd, the Chief Executive Officer of Bumble, has big plans for 2019 and she probably can make them come true.

Why Whitney Wolfe Herd make them come true? Whitney Wolfe runs one of the largest relationship platforms with 35 million members in Latin America, America, Europe, Canada, Australia and Mexico. People in India should be able to join this platform in Fall of 2018. She is now part of the Imagine Entertainment board of directors She recently started a venture-capital fund for businesses led by women called Bumble Fund She is married to Michael Herd, an executive at an oil company. She clearly has capital to burn.

One of Whitney Wolfe Herd’s plans for 2019 is to market serums that can allegedly deal with his or her skin problems as well as emotional problems. She has been consulting dermatologists and psychologists to make sure that they will indeed solve emotional and skin issues. One serum is expected to be called Break Up with Bad, a serum that will deal with breakouts and relationship breakups. Visit fortune.com to know more about Whitney Wolfe.

Whitney Wolfe Herd’s most ambitious plan for 2019 and beyond is to get rid of misogyny and to make it against the law. She knows that the problem has existed for a long time and she can only try to get rid of it. As part of this long-term plan, she is working with the legislature to make sending of pictures of genitalia without permission illegal. She thinks that unsolicited genitalia pictures are the same as flashing somebody on the streets. Her lobbying to get this law has just started and it is unknown whether she will be successful in getting the law passed or not.

After being fired from Tinder in 2014, she has been successful on her own and her success should continue despite as some of her plans seem to be too good to be true.

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