Bumble CEO talks new initiative and how it’s making dating online safer for women

The CEO and founder of Bumble is expanding her mission to empower women. Whitney Wolfe Herd created the dating app in 2014 and since then, it has grown to more than 55 million users in 150 countries. Wolfe Herd joins “CBS This Morning” to reveal a new initiative called “Moves Making Impact,” where users pick a cause to support and then Bumble donates to women making a difference in their community.

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