Originally hailing from the art world, Lee is struck by the offensive double standards women face in the boardroom.Many of the male investors she approached about her vision for a new virtual dating paradigm were immediately dubious of her claims that women were looking to feel more secure with online options. you can't handle all these complicated installations because you're a woman'--I'd never had those conversations before." Long dissatisfied with the dating app landscape and frustrated by the lack of commitment to making women feel secure, Lee and Siren co-founder and COO Katrina Hess set out to create something totally different.facilitates a continuous stream of successful matches?In part, Siren dating app co-founder and CEO Susie Lee tells me over Skype, it's acknowledging that the pile of poop you're smelling is neither one you created nor one you are responsible for cleaning up.Launched nationally just two months ago, Siren currently has 9,500 members -- at a female-to-male ratio across all ages -- and a pile of success stories (including a recent engagement).The app has also seen continuous growth and, astonishingly, hasn't fallen victim to the online hate machine.From Seattle Freeze to the influx of brogrammers, meeting people sometimes seems an impossible task in our fair city.
less Tech bros Of course we've always had geeks here from Microsoft and Boeing.
Dating is complicated — no matter your race, gender, or sexual preference.
Thankfully, the right dating app can help simplify the process, allowing you to make new friends, start a fling, or kickstart an endearing relationship that’s as romantic as anything in Woody Allen’s long-standing catalog (it can happen).
You can send and receive messages, without needing to pay a dime.
By downloading the app now, you could get hooked up as early as this weekend.