Cari Tuna

Cari Tuna
President

Cari Tuna co-founded Good Ventures with her husband Dustin Moskovitz (co-founder of Facebook and Asana) in 2011 and is the foundation’s President. She helps set the strategy and oversee the work of the Open Philanthropy Project, which is the primary basis for Good Ventures’ grant decisions. Previously, Cari was a reporter for The Wall Street Journal, where she covered a range of topics, including corporate management, the California economy and enterprise technology. She has a B.A. from Yale University in Political Science.