Dustin Moskovitz is co-founder of Asana, the fast-growing work tracking app for teams. Asana's mission is to help humanity thrive by enabling all teams to work together effortlessly. Prior to Asana, he cofounded Facebook and was a key leader within the technical staff, first in the position of CTO and then later as VP of Engineering. Dustin attended Harvard University as an Economics major for two years before moving to Palo Alto, California to work full-time at Facebook.
Katie writes about Apple, venture capital and startups for the New York Times. Previously she wrote about technology at Bloomberg and the Information, and she covered Wall Street at Fortune magazine. She has appeared on CNN, MSNBC, Marketplace Radio and WNYC. Her work includes features on Dell's doomed turnaround plan, General Electric's financial crisis woes, the rise and fall of Buddy Fletcher and Ellen Pao, trouble at Jawbone and the disasters that befell employees when Good Technology was sold to BlackBerry.