Dustin Moskovitz will be pulling up one of our Ikea-letherette chairs this month to talk about his experiences co-founding Facebook and Asana. Dustin is one of the most modest people I've met in fifteen years of covering entrepreneurs. He would never tell you these things, so I will.
Facebook as we know it wouldn't exist without him, as reflected by his hefty ownership in the S-1. Like our March guest Dave Morin, Dustin decided to leave Facebook just as it was starting to become dominent to start his own company Asana with Justin Rosenstein.
Dustin is an entrepreneur of quiet vision. He has already been at the forefront of both the social and new enterprise revolutions, and he's even younger than Mark Zuckerberg. And, as we discussed in passing with Morin, it's Dustin not Zuckerberg or Sean Parker-- who is really the force behind the burgeoning Facebook mafia. He's quietly buiding a killer angel portfolio, and is already putting together a foundation to focus on giving back before he has one foot in the grave and a head of grey hair.
Not one for the spotlight, Dustin rarely does events like these. You won't want to miss it.
These tickets will sell quickly, so consider upgrading to an annual pass if you want to attend.
Single tickets are $20. Annual passes are $1,000 and include VIP seating for every San Francisco PandoMonthly event in 2012. We'll do additional, surprise bonuses for subscribers as the year unfolds. Annual passes are transferrable between friends, co-founders or investors and portfolio companies.
We're pleased to welcome you to our venue, Madrone Studios. Madrone Studios is located at 1417 15th Street in San Francisco.
Pizza and Beer will be served to all our guests.
As always, we'll live stream each talk on the site as well.