Bumble’s CEO, Whitney Wolfe, attended Vanity Fair’s annual Founder’s Fair in 2018. This was the second time that this event took place. e Founder’s Fair was created to help women from various fields to have a voice about business and life. Professional women from various fields within society participated in the affair. Whitney Wolfe’s presence at this meeting let women know that it is time to start moving ahead with change. She wanted the females to know that men no longer run the show.
Women have traditionally been required to play the background to men in business and in life. This trend is currently changing. Whitney and her supporters no longer want to be viewed as second class. These women are fed up with being inferior to men and they no longer want to operate behind the scenes. For latest update connect with Whitney Wolfe on Twitter.
Women want more in this day and time and they are pushing to get it. Whitney was once told that the dating market was already crowded. However, she let people know that it was only “crowded for men”. She had to let them know that men would no longer have the only seats at the table. In other words, men are now going to have to share power.
Men are going to have share power with females in the area of business and in life. Women will be respected for their talents, gifts and their contributions to business, industry, technology and society in general. They no longer want to be just regulated to the realm of motherhood, housewife and being a trophy chick.
Whitney and the other women want change. They want women in power and men to wake up to this reality. They no longer will be held back by traditional male stereotypes and expectations. Whitney Wolfe is now taking the necessary steps for change. She is pushing to make things better for women everywhere.
This is why Bumble puts women first. They need the world to see what dedicated and knowledgeable women can do when they have the drive, ambition and understanding to succeed. Vanity Fair’s Founder’s Fair helped Whitney Wolfe to get the word out to men that things will never be the same.