Dustin Moskovitz is an American Internet entrepreneur who is known as one of the four co-founders of Facebook along with Mark Zuckerberg, Eduardo Saverin, and Chris Hughes. He is the youngest self-made billionaire in history. Also, he is the co-founder of the web and mobile application Asana. Forbes reported him to be the youngest self-made billionaire in history, on the basis of his 2.34% share in Facebook, in March 2011.
Dustin Moskovitz was born Dustin Aaron Moskovitz on May 22, 1984, in Gainesville, Florida, the USA under the zodiac sign of Gemini. He holds an American nationality and belongs to Jewish ethnicity. He is raised by his parents in Ocala, Florida, his father was a psychiatrist and mother was a teacher and an artist.
Regarding his education, Dustin enrolled at Vanguard High School and graduated with an IB Diploma Program. After high school graduation, he attended Harvard University as an economics major.
Dustin Moskovitz is a married man. He tied a knot to a co-founder of Good Ventures Cari Tuna. His wife, Cari Tuna is a former Yale Daily News writer and Wall Street Journal. Well, they dated each other for several years before their marriage and later they share their wedding vows in October 2013.
Till date, there is no news of their children. As of now, they are living a happy life and there is no sign of divorce at all.
The young billionaire Dustin has an estimated net worth $11.1 billion. He earns a massive amount from his successful career and was reported to be the youngest self-made billionaire in history, on the basis of his 2.34% share in Facebook, by Forbes in March 2011.
He lives a luxurious life with his wife. Similarly, he has just purchased his house a $7 million, 5-bedroom pad in Palo Alto.
In addition, Moskovitz announced that he and his wife, Tuna donate $20 million to support Hillary Clinton, the Democratic Party nominee.
Furthermore, he started his profession with Facebook after dropping out of Harvard University in 2003. At Facebook, he was the company’s first chief technology officer and then vice president of engineering. Also, he gave Facebook much of its architecture and developed its mobile-phone strategy.
In October 2008, Dustin left Facebook to form a new company called Asana with Justin Rosenstein, who was an engineering manager at Facebook. In 2011, he co-founded the philanthropic organization Good Ventures with his wife Tuna. Since then, he works full-time on Good Ventures.
Currently, they served full time on Good Ventures, the couple’s private foundation, as well as the Open Philanthropy Project, a spinoff of collaboration between Good Ventures and GiveWell.