The woman behind the successful man Dustin Moskovitz is Cari Tuna. She is popularly known as the wife of the co-founder of Facebook, Dustin. Tuna is also the co-founder of Good Ventures, which she started with her husband in 2011.
Tuna was born in 1986 in the city of the United States of America. She graduated from Yale University with a B. A. in Political Science in 2008, where another celebrity Molly Ball also graduated. After graduation from Yale, she began reporting for the Wall Street Journal and was based in the San Francisco Bay Area. She remained there for two years until April 2011.
The 34-years-old, Cari exchanged the wedding vows with her long-time boyfriend, Dustin. The duo first met while she was working as a reporter for the Wall Street Journal. They were set up on a blind date by their mutual friend in 2009.
After dating for almost two years, the pair finally tied the wedding knots in front of their family and friends in 2011. However, the exact date of the ceremony is still missing. It might be because of their privacy concerns.
Furthermore, the couple is now married for more than decades and seems very happy with each other and is often seen helping each other both personally and professionally. As of now, there are no reports on the pair becoming parents. But as they love living a low-key life, the precise details of their children is not revealed.
Cari is undoubtedly a woman of higher instinct and has been one of the hardworking personalities. Her total fortune inevitably falls in Millions of dollars. Previously Tuna worked as a reporter for The Wall Street Journal. As per online sources, the average salary for a reporter in the USA is around $50,000 per annum.
Tuna served in that position for some years, and she might've earned a similar amount as her income. However, her net worth hasn't been officially confirmed yet.
Regarding her husband, he is a massive moneymaker. He has a net worth of impressively $13.3 Billion. Recently he has purchased his house in $7 Million, which has a 5- bedroom pad in Palo Alto. As of now, the couple is luxuriously living a lavish lifestyle.
Additionally, the duo has donated $20 Million to Clinton-supporting PACs. In 2014 Tuna donated $150,000 to the campaign in support of California's Proposition 47. Later, Gawker noted that she donated $26,000 to Sean Eldridge's failed congressional campaign.
Both wife and husband became the youngest couple ever to sign the Giving Pledge, a campaign Bill Gates and Warren Buffett started to convince billionaires to use their wealth for an excellent purpose. In the Giving Pledge, many billionaires has signed up and donated some part of their fortune, including Mackenzie Bezos.
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Furthermore, the duo has continuously increased its annual giving, having made over $170 Million in grants in 2018 alone by The Open Philanthropy Project.
Previously their Good Ventures (private foundation) has donated approximately $100 Million from 2011 onward to GiveWell top charities like GiveDirectly, Against Malaria Foundation, Deworm the World Initiative, and Schistosomiasis as well as other effective altruist organizations.
One of the youngest billionaires, Dustin, is an American Internet entrepreneur. He co-founded one of the successful social media sites, Facebook with Mark Zuckerberg, Andrew McCollum, Eduardo Saverin, and Chris Hughes.
He was born in Gainesville, Florida, on May 22, 1984. Attending Harvard University as an economics major for two years, he later moved with Zuckerberg to work full-time on Facebook. Karoun Demirjian also graduated from Harvard University. In 2008, he left Facebook to co-found Asana with Justin Rosenstein. Furthermore, he has a 2.34% share on Facebook.
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