Cari Tuna is the President of Good Ventures, a philanthropic foundation created in 2011 by Cari and her husband, Facebook and Asana co-founder...
Cari Tuna is the President of Good Ventures, a philanthropic foundation created in 2011 by Cari and her husband, Facebook and Asana co-founder Dustin Moskovitz. The mission of Good Ventures (www.goodventures.org) is to help humanity thrive.
Prior to starting Good Ventures, Cari was a reporter for the Wall Street Journal, where she covered corporate management, the California economy and, most recently, enterprise technology. Cari sits on the Board of Directors of GiveWell, a leading independent nonprofit charity evaluator. GiveWell finds outstanding giving opportunities and publishes the full details of its analysis to help donors decide where to give. She earned a B.A. in Political Science from Yale University, where she was an editor for the Yale Daily News.