“I’d been running a big company and had been integral to Bumble’s launch, so I had seen something built from the ground up. “It got to the point where I had to test it, and if it failed, it didn’t matter.
“I was in New York for a Bumble event and told [Bumble founder] Whitney [Wolfe Herd] about what I was planning,” she says.
The boy wears eyeglasses with a crooked frame and one missing lens. Not knowing the student or his family, I know my options are limited.
They rely on public transportation, and none of the other students know where they live. Without something as simple as glasses, I’m afraid it can’t be done.
Her app, Peanut, connects moms, allows them to ask questions, share advice and even form friendships in the real world -- something she craved as a new mother.
“Women today are told that we can get what we want, we just have to work harder for it,” Kennedy says.