Meet Whitney Wolfe Herd, the 31-year-old CEO of the female-led dating app Bumble that just went public
Whitney Wolfe Herd is used to making bold moves.
Perhaps that’s why on the dating app she cofounded, women make the first move in heterosexual relationships. And Wolfe Herd’s next move may be among her boldest — Bumble went public on Thursday.
From fighting the pandemic to reengineering American politics, these influential women—including New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, Vice President-elect Kamala Harris and voting rights advocate Stacey Abrams—are making history.
The BBC is to deliver the biggest education offer in its history across more of its platforms. It will bring together BBC Two, CBBC, BBC Red Button, BBC iPlayer and online to deliver a new education offer to children, teachers and parents as a third national lockdown begins.
It is always dangerous to start a new year with predictions. We learned that all too well last year! The path of the pandemic, how Brexit will play out now it is finally here, and changes like IR35, Right to Work checks and Government Covid support – there is so much for the REC to be supporting recruiters on – and none of it is predictable.