Search results for ‘Dustin Moskovitz’


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    Dustin Moskovitz

    Dustin Aaron Moskovitz is an American Internet entrepreneur who co-founded Facebook with Mark Zuckerberg, Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCollum and Chris Hughes. In 2008, he left Facebook to co-found Asana with Justin Rosenstein. Moskovitz and his wife, former Wall Street Journal reporter Cari Tuna, are the founders
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    OpenAI

    OpenAI is a for-profit artificial intelligence (AI) developer. It was originally founded as a nonprofit organization in 2015 by several technologists and entrepreneurs including Sam Altman, Greg Brockman, Ilya Sutskever, and Elon Musk. Formerly a nonprofit organization, in 2019 it reorganized with its main business operating as a “profit
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    Secure Democracy

    Founded in 2018, Secure Democracy, now known as Secure Democracy USA,  is a 501(c)(4) nonprofit that bills itself as a nonpartisan organization, but has deep ties to left-leaning activists, PACs, and law firms. The organization works exclusively on election policy advocacy, and supports expanding early voting, further use of mail-in
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    People’s Action

    People’s Action, the lobbying arm of the left-wing People’s Action Institute, was created when USAction, Community Organizations in Action, National People’s Action Campaign, and Campaign for America’s Future merged in 2016. 1 The
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    Mind the Gap

    Mind the Gap (MTG) is a left-wing super PAC dedicated to helping Democratic political candidates win elections. The PAC earns millions of dollars in donations primarily from Silicon Valley executives “who are keen on quietly funneling massive political donations into the Democratic Party”
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    Reform L.A. Jails

    The Reform LA Jails project promotes left-of-center criminal justice and corrections policies in Los Angeles County, California. It sponsored a successful 2020 county-level ballot initiative to give the Los Angeles County Civilian Oversight Commission subpoena power to investigate alleged misconduct by sheriff’s deputies in county jails and require the
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    Future Forward PAC (FF PAC)

    Future Forward USA PAC (also known as “FF PAC”) is a Democratic Party-aligned super PAC based in Palo Alto, California. FF PAC reportedly spent $108 million in a “blitz” of spending during the last five weeks of the 2020 election to support President Joe Biden’s campaign by attacking then-President
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    Andrew Cockburn

    Andrew Cockburn is a journalist, author, and filmmaker. He is currently the Washington editor of Harper’s Magazine. Cockburn’s politics are left-of-center as he has expressed support for increased economic regulations, opposition to military intervention in the Middle East, and concern over alleged voter suppression of racial minorities. However, Cockburn
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    Ted Turner

    Robert Edward “Ted” Turner III is a billionaire media proprietor best known as the founder of CNN and TBS and a major donor to left-progressive causes, especially environmentalist efforts. Turner retired from active media work in 2006 and is currently the chairman of Turner Enterprises, his investment holding company. Turner
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    Shaun King

    Jeffery Shaun King is a left-of center political activist and social media personality. His 2014 Twitter-based coverage of the police-shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri has been credited with helping create momentum for the Black Lives Matter movement.
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    Mark Zuckerberg

    Mark Zuckerberg is the founder, chairman, and chief executive officer of Facebook. Zuckerberg founded the company while at Harvard with classmates Andrew McCullum, Dustin Moskovitz, Chris Hughes, and Eduardo Saverin. He and his wife, Priscilla Chan, are also active left-of-center advocacy philanthropists; in 2015, the couple founded the philanthropic limited liability
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    Chloe Cockburn

    Chloe Cockburn is the criminal justice program officer at the Open Philanthropy Project (OPP), a grantmaking foundation funded and managed by Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz and his wife Cari Tuna. She is also the director and a board member of the Bia-Echo Foundation, and the creator
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    Open Philanthropy Action Fund

    The Open Philanthropy Action Fund (OPAF) is the political arm of the Open Philanthropy Project (OPP), a grantmaking foundation that gives to numerous left-of-center organizations concerned with criminal justice policy. The OPP began as a project of GiveWell, a group which seeks to improve philanthropy, and Good
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    Open Philanthropy Project Fund

    Not to be confused with Open Philanthropy Project (Nonprofit) The Open Philanthropy Project Fund (OPPF) is a donor-advised fund based in Silicon Valley that disburses most of the donations for the Open Philanthropy Project (OPP), a grantmaking foundation established along “effective altruism” principles which gives to many left-of-center
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    Open Philanthropy Project

    The Open Philanthropy Project (also called Open Phil) is a center-left funding nonprofit founded in 2016 by political donor Cari Tuna and Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz. It is the 501(c)(3) fundraising arm of the Open Philanthropy Action Fund, a 501(c)(4) advocacy group. The similarly named Open
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    Good Ventures LLC

    Good Ventures LLC is a for-profit investment subsidiary of the Good Ventures Foundation. Created in 2012, it donates its net earnings to the Good Ventures Foundation to support grantmaking in the areas of left-of-center criminal justice reform, farm animal welfare, pandemic preparation, and scientific research.
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    Good Ventures

    Also see Good Ventures Foundation (Nonprofit) Good Ventures was a nonprofit organization created by Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz and his wife Cari Tuna in 2011. Good Ventures closed near the end of 2018, but the organization’s philanthropic endeavors continue through affiliate organizations including the Good
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    Cari Tuna

    Cari Tuna is a left-of-center political donor and philanthropist. Tuna married Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz in 2013, and the couple have since co-founded four philanthropic organizations after signing the Giving Pledge to give away their entire fortune before their deaths. The couple founded the Good Ventures Foundation,
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    Good Ventures Foundation

    Also see Good Ventures (Nonprofit) The Good Ventures Foundation was created by Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz and his wife Cari Tuna in 2012. It was originally set up as a fund for Good Ventures, a related public charity that closed at the end of 2018.
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    Facebook

    Facebook is a Menlo Park, California-based social media and social networking service. Along with current chairman and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s co-founders include Andrew McCullum, Dustin Moskovitz, Chris Hughes, and Eduardo Saverin. The company is colloquially considered among the “Big Four” technology firms which include Google,