Before we beeline to what I’m doing with Bumble, let’s go back to how I got here: City Rep in Austin for the Queen Bee Ambassador Program.
How it all happened:
Back in February of last year, I wrote the blog post, Bumbling Into 2018. Several friends asked about my experience on the app, so I told them. A little bit about my bad dates mixed with a little bit of good advice.
This blog was very well received. To the point, I was asked if I worked with Bumble and told that I should consider being an ambassador. At that time, I didn’t even know they had a program.
But in that moment, it was put into existence. Then fast-forward 10 months and a slide into my DMs later, I was officially asked to apply for Bumble’s ambassador program. And I did.
Two weeks later, I got the official “Congratulations!” email and that’s when it all began.
Since then I’ve: been apart of multiple events, seen their bee-utiful headquarters in Austin and connected with the most amazing women.
Now let me get to those buzzing questions.
Are you still at your current company?
Yes. I’m grateful that I can still work at RetailMeNot and have one of the best side hustles working with Bumble.
Is this gig paid?
Paid or unpaid, I love working with Bumble so much that I’d do probably do this work for free.
What are you doing with Bumble?
As a City Rep, I am the face of Bumble in Austin, along with about 15 other beauties. Since January, I’ve been promoting new campaigns, attending and planning events, encouraging others to download the app and most importantly, spreading Bumble’s mission and values.
Do you like working with Bumble?
I love this partnership with Bumble. In the last few months I’ve connected with numerous strong, smart, supportive and fun women. Either through their platform, on social media or out at our events.
I’ve also fallen in love with Bumble’s mission. And the fact that it goes beyond the app. I’ve never felt more empowered to make moves, get out of my comfort zone and most importantly: be kind.
I’ve learned kindness is your greatest currency in all aspects of relationships: dating, friendship and business. If you have it, spread it. It’s the easiest way to open & bond new connections.
That’s pretty cool, how can I get involved?
Talk to me. Ask me questions, comment, email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or come to our events. I’d be happy to tell you more about getting involved with the company!
Join me. There are Queen Bees across the US and I’d love for you to be apart of our hive. Apply here!
Download Bumble. It’s not only for singles or young people. Whether 21 or 51, in a relationship or not, there are several new connections waiting for you in date mode, BFF/friendship mode or business mode. Find me on Bumble.
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