Dustin Moskovitz helped launch Facebook in 2004 with then-roommate Mark Zuckerberg from their Harvard dorm. After leaving the social network in 2008, he cofounded Asana, a workflow software company...Moskovitz and his wife have built the philanthropic foundation Good Ventures, which has given millions to malaria eradication and marriage equality. Moskovitz and Cari Tuna are also the primary backers of the Open Philanthropy Project, an organization that advises donors and makes grants. 
Resources and articles
- Against Malaria Foundation
- Alliance of Youth Movements Summit
- 2008 Alliance of Youth Movements Summit Attendees
- Breakthrough Energy Ventures
- Dustin Moskovitz, Forbes, accessed December 14, 2022.