Who is Dustin Moskovitz? If you’ve been paying attention to the harsh political climate known as the presidential race, then you may know him as the Hilary Clinton mega donor. But before his public debut into politics, he was actually known as Facebook’s co-founder. With Dustin Moskovitz’s net worth being just over $10.0 billion, it’s safe to say he won’t miss the $20.0 million he gave in support of Clinton. So, in order to get you up to speed on the newest enemy of Donald trump, we give you the Dustin Moskovitz wiki.


Moskovitz was born on May 22, 1984 in Gainesville, Florida. His father was a psychiatrist and his mother was a teacher and an artist. He attended Vanguard High School and attend Harvard University as an economics major for two years, before dropping out to partner with Mark Zuckerberg in order to work on Facebook full-time, in Palo Alto.


Before Facebook became the social network giant that it is today, it started off with four people, three of whom were roommates. The social networking site (originally called was meant to be an exclusive online directory for Harvard students to identify other campus residences. Now, it has spawned into a world-wide, not-so-exclusive web site, worth $190.0 billion!

Moskovitz became co-founder of the famous social media site in 2004 and left to start his own organization app, Asana, in 2008. At 32, he is now the youngest billionaire in history!

Cari Tuna

If you look up “Dustin Moskovitz wife” online, you will find the name Cari Tuna. She and Moskovitz met on a blind date in 2009, through a mutual friend, and hit it off instantly. They continued dating while Moskovitz was renting a house with Zuckerberg in Palo Alto, to work on Facebook full-time. Tuna graduated from Yale University, with a B.A. in political science and worked for the Wall Street Journal. She was based in the bay Area in San Francisco until 2011.  The two married in 2013 and have no children together. Instead, they devote their energy and money into numerous philanthropic endeavors and fund several grants that make a difference in post-secondary students’ lives. The two are considered to be modest billionaires and even go as far as flying coach, bike riding, and driving used cars. So, if you’re looking for a satellite view of Dustin Moskovitz’s house, then don’t be surprised if you don’t find a palace in San Francisco. The couple believe that they are just temporary owners of their wealth, and plan to one day leave it all to charity. (Do we qualify?!)

The People vs. Trump

It’s not exactly news that Donald Trump is a controversial character, to say the least. He has managed to alienate most people who disagree with his political stance, not to mention members of his own party. But now it seems that Clinton has a new champion in the form of a political newbie, Moskovitz. He and his wife donated a historical amount of $20.0 million (which the Democrats don’t really need but will gladly take) in order to help Clinton achieve one goal: to defeat Trump in the race for president! This makes sense, since Moskovitz and his wife have devoted their lives to doing nothing but good deeds and let’s face it—they won’t miss the money.