Cari Tuna Biography
|Date of Birth:||1986|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Height:||5 Feet 7 Inch|
|Birth Place/City||United States|
|Net Worth||$12.7 billion|
|Married to||Dustin Moskovitz (m. 2013)|
|Education||Yale University (2008)|
Cari Tuna is a former Yale Daily News writer and also a writer for the Wall Street Journal who is currently working full time on Good Ventures.
Tuna is known for being the wife of American Internet entrepreneur Dustin Moskovitz who is a co-founder of Facebook with Eduardo Saverin, Mark Zuckerberg, and Chris Hughes.
Early Life And Career Of Cari Tuna
Cari Tuna was born in 1986, in the United States of America. She belongs to white ethnicity and holds an American nationality.
After completing her primary level education, Tuna joined Yale University graduating in 2008 with a B.A in political science.
Tuna began her career in journalism after graduation. She first worked as a writer for Yale Daily News.
After that, Tuna moved to The Wall Street and worked hard for three years. In the year 2011, she quit her job to start her Philanthropy journey.
Cari Tuna's Net worth
Cari Tuna might be earning a huge amount of salary from her career as a News writer. However, her current net worth has not been disclosed in social sites.
Tuna’s husband Moskovitz current net worth is $12.7 billion.
Cari Tuna's Personal Life
Cari Tuna is married to her longtime boyfriend Dustin Moskovitz who is one of the co-founders of Facebook. He is a family guy and he is living a happily married life with his wife Tuna.
The duo first met while she was serving as a reporter for the Wall Street Journal. They dated for several years before tying the knot.
The couple has used their wealth for various charitable events. According to Forbes, Moskovitz listed his net worth at $10.5 million and he spends 7.6% money for needy people.
They became the first couple who signed the Giving Pledge in 2011, which is established by Bill Gates. They are presently working in their private organization, which is a collaboration between GiveWell and Good Ventures.
They also became part of criticism after they donated 20-million supporting Hilary Clinton campaign. Some have incurred allegations that they unfairly influenced political results.
Eventually, her husband, Dustin said the following in response to this:
“We may be criticized by some for taking this action and there will be theories projected onto our reasons — but those who know us best will see the sincerity of our intentions, and can attest that the thoughts above represent the full scope of our motivations. We offer them humbly, and with the deepest love for America, and for the world.”