Meet Whitney Wolfe Herd, the Founder and CEO of Bumble and the youngest woman chief executive to take a company public.

Whitney founded the social media network Bumble in 2014 after departing a senior role at Tinder. Her vision was to build a new paradigm for dating apps that put women in the driver’s seat, empowering them to make the first move in building connections.

Since its initial launch, Bumble has expanded its suite of products to include Bumble Bizz, a career networking experience, and BFF, a place for meeting and making new friends. The company has also made headlines for its efforts to thwart sexual harassment and was the first dating app to use photo verification technology.

Members of the Public community can submit questions to Whitney ahead of her Town Hall Q&A on Mon. May 17 at 11 a.m. EST. During that time, you can follow along with Whitney’s responses in real-time in the app.

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