Whitney Wolfe Herd isn't your average twenty-something. At 24 she was a co-founder of one of the world's most successful start-ups, Tinder. By 25, she was at the centre of an excruciatingly public breakup with one of her Tinder colleagues, which soon morphed into an even more excruciatingly public lawsuit, and she thought her life was over.
Three years later, she is the CEO of Bumble - a feminist dating app determined to right the cultural wrongs of other less forward thinking services - with a hive of over 10 million registered users who relish her super-smart, take no prisoners approach to life.
On Bumble, women have to make the first move, an attitude and approach that Wolfe Herd encourages beyond the app to work and everyday life. In her debut book, Wolfe Herd shares her trade secrets - including how to be more assertive in your work, how to realise your ambitions, how to build a community of supportive friends and how to find a partner who will value and respect you. Make the First Move channels Wolfe Herd's distinct voice and experience - it's a modern manifesto for taking action in your career, life and love.
Whitney Wolfe Herd is an American entrepreneur. She is the founder and CEO of the billion-dollar dating app Bumble, and a co-founder of Tinder. Wolfe was named one of Business Insider's 30 Most Important Women Under 30 in Tech in 2014. In 2016, she was named as one of Elle's Women in Tech and she was also named one of 2017's Forbes 30 under 30. Make the First Move is Wolfe Herd's first book.