Kind of. It’s complicated.
People who end up being witches are usually born with some set of traits that aren’t superhuman, but aren’t quite average either. There are signs that someone has talents that could make them effective witches, but this does not necessarily mean the person will become a witch. They may instead apply the same traits to being a good secular type of chef, doctor, nurse, chemist, or other scientist or service professional. Many witches in history have been beer makers and barbers. There is a lot of overlap and “pipelining” back and forth in various occupations.
Generally though, no one is born an actual witch, but many cultures have legends and beliefs that all feminine people have the ability to be witches. This includes people who are assigned male at birth due to biological appearance, but are or become very good at tapping into their feminine side. Everyone has one. Some guys are better than others at accessing the part of themselves that does not rely on force or become blinded by current situation. Some would argue that certain mental abilities should not be classed as feminine or masculine, and I agree. So please understand that when I say this here, I mean classically thought of as feminine or masculine, not absolutely this or that.